Places to Eat & Drink

Places to Eat & Drink

Alamos cuisine ranges from the “muy sabroso tacos de carne asada” to gourmet catered feasts. Every day, you can enjoy one of the many eateries and meeting places.

Teresita’s Panaderia y Bistro

Ignacio Allende 46b, Barrio La Colorada Tel: (647) 428 0142 Email: Instagram: Teresitaspanaderíabistro

Beautiful atmosphere for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Fresh baked goods daily. Teresita’s is known for it’s almond croissants, baguettes, pastries. Signature drinks with the local Real de los Alamos BACANORA. Open: 8:00am to 9:00pm

Charisma Restaurant & Bar

Hotel La Mansion Calle Obregon #2 Tel: 647 428 0968 Email: Website:

La Casa Argentina

Callejon Hortencia Grajeda (Entrance to Town)
Tel: (647) 1305
Omar, originally from Argentina specializes in perfectly grilled steaks and empanadas.

Cafe Luz del Sol

Calle Obregon #3, Colonia Centro
Tel: (647) 428-0466

Café Luz del Sol serves delicious breakfasts, lunches and occasional dinners along with great baked goods and coffees, using the best of ingredients, all made from scratch in house. (Daily 7:30am to 6:00pm)


Calle Rosales (Near Mercado Publico)
Tel: (647) 482 7654
Family operated restaurant. Great for take-out. Open daily.

Alamos Bonito – Centro Historico Restaurant & Bar

Alamos Plaza de Armas
Phone: +52 647 105-0917
Dine on an Exquisite local Cuisine or Enjoy Drinks on the Portal overlooking the Plaza de Armas or in the Lush Poolside Garden.

El Agave Cafe

Hacienda De los Santos Resort & Spa
Calle Molina #8
Tel: (647) 428-0222

Casual breakfast and lunch served in the midst of an Art & Silver Jewelry
Gallery or in the patio overlooking the Gardens and Fountain. Mexican
and North American Cuisine. Open: 7:00am to 4:00pm.

El Mezquite Restaurante & Bar

Alamos Bonito Resort Hotel
Cel: (647) 105-0917

Mexico Lindo Restaurante

Arroyo La Aduana
Tel: (647) 428 1580
Breakfast, lunch and dinner Sonoran specialties served daily.


Calle Obregon #8
Tel: (647) 428-1407
Mexican breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Open 7 days a week.

Las Palmeras Restaurante – Bar

Calle Madero #48 (Entrance to Town)
Tel: (647) 428-0065
Family operated full licensed bar and restaurant featuring local cuisine, open daily 7:00am to 10:00pm.

Santiago’s Restaurant & Bar

Hacienda De los Santos Resort & Spa
Calle Molina #8
Tel: (647) 428-0222

Fine dining in private and semi-private Spanish Colonial dining rooms, with fireplaces, or outside under the moon and stars. Price -fixe elegant dinners, with three options, or lighter faire for smaller appetites. Serving the finest filet mignon in petite and larger sizes. Fish and Shrimp from the Sea of Cortez. Finest pork from the ranch of Don Angel Bours. Upscale Mexican Cuisine in the style of Sonora and Veracruz. Live romantic music,
most evenings from 6:30pm to 10:00pm. Reservations requested.

Zapata’s Cantina

Hacienda De los Santos Resort & Spa
Calle Molina #8
Tel: (647) 428-0222

Widely know as one of the finest Tequila bars in Mexico. Authentic
antiques from the Mexican revolution adorn the walls and a bar menu is available. All types of beverages are served. The atmosphere is very casual and light-spirited. Drinks are also served on the Patio. Open most night till mid-night.

Terracota Restaurante

Plaza de Armas
Tel: (647)
Serves delicious local food in welcoming courtyard or on the Portal overlooking the Plaza.

DOÑA LOLA Restaurante (Koki’s)

Calle El Volantin (Near the Palacio)
Celular: (647) 106-4869
‘Koki’ is legendary in Alamos. Antojitos Mexicanos. Open for lunch and dinners, daily.

Restaurants For Groups Of 6 Or More by Reservation Only

Rancho Acosta

Located on the edge of town, past the cemetery.
Tel.: (647) 428-0077
Set gourmet meals for groups of 6 or more at this Ranch B & B. Reservations required.

Rancho El Palomar

West of town past the airport.
Tel.: (637) 428-0182
Special dinners by arrangement at the Guest Ranch. Specialty Dove Empanadas and Roasted Pig.


La Posta Bar

Calle Juarez #6
The Old Hotel Portales on the Plaza
Celular: (647) 106-7933
Full Bar on the Portal of the Historic Hotel Portales on the Plaza Armas. Open weekend evenings and during events on the Plaza.

Alamos Bonito Centro Historico

Plaza de Armas Tel: +52 (647) 428-0915 Bar on Portal overlooking Plaza & in Garden Courtyard .

Le Bleu Dining and Jazz Bar

Calle Allende 46B – La Colorada
at Teresita’s Bistro
Tel: +52 (647) 428-0142
Fine Dining and Weekend Jazz Performances

Coffee Shops & Roasters

Cafe Patagonia

Guadalupe Victoria 5
(on the Plaza de Armas)
Tel: (647) 428-1765
Serves coffees, smoothies, Chilean empanadas and pastries.

Cafe Netto

Plaza de Armas (at Terracota Shops on Portal) Tel: (647) 487-5873 Serves coffees, chia teas, ice cream, cakes and pastries.

Colonial Coffee Roasted in Alamos

Calle Obregon #4
Tel: (647) 428-1371
Artisan roasted specialty coffees grown in the highlands of southern Mexico.

Street Food Culture

Sonora is known for its grass fed beef making “carne asada”, a people’s favorite.
Food Booths and Taco Stands set up daily around the Plaza Alameda, on Sundays around the Plaza de Armas, and in neighborhoods throughout town.
Tacos de Carne Asada are served on “maiz”, corn or “harina”, flour tortillas and include all the condiments on the table such as diced cucumber, lime, cilantro, sliced purple onion, plus a variety of sauces and chilis. Carne Asada is more of a mid-day and evening meal.
A favorite in the mornings is the “Cocido”, beef bone and vegetable soup, which can be found at the Mercado Municipal, or the guaranteed to cure every hang-over, the “Menudo”, cow’s stomach or tripe stewed in a white or red chili sauce, or “Birria de Borrego”, goat stew on the Arroyo.
At Sunday mornings’ “Tianguis”, market, on the Arroyo La Aduana, shrimp and fish tacos are a favorite, and so are “chicharrones”, deep fried pork rinds.
Cenadurías pop open in the evenings throughout the neighborhoods in town, each offering their own specialties be it “tostadas”, “gorditas”, or other Sonoran favorite.
Food Booths featuring the “Sonoran Hot Dog” set up in the late afternoon where you least expect them, and are a must try. For they feature deliciously grilled bacon wrapped hot dog, onions, and chilis served on roll with tomato and condiments.
Sundays on the Plaza de Armas, vendors will set up tables and sell home made goods such as “Coyotas”, flat cookie filled with jam or “cajeta de leche”; wild-crafted Honey; the famous “Chiltipin”; and “Churros” served during the cold months with “Champurro”, a thick atole with cinnamon and chocolate.