Where to Eat?
La Bufadora and the Punta Banda areas offers a wide range of
choices when the screaming munchies hit.  Weather your taste runs
to street grunting fish tacos off a stand at the Blowhole, or having a
fine candlelit dinner while enjoying a spectacular sunset, La
Bufadora has it all.

Once upon a time there were only two restaurants in La Bufadora,
one was open only on weekends and the other open only during the
day.  Things have changed with the coming of electricity to La
Bufadora.  Your evening meals can take place without the sound of
generators, making dinner outdoors pleasurable and there actually
are restaurants that stay open during the week.

Three restaurants are all within a short walking distance from each
other.  On Friday night locals will stroll from one to the another, often
times losing each other on the way, that is why the crossroads
between Los Gordo's, Celia's and El Dorado heave been known as
the La Bufadora Triangle

Back up the hill is Restaurante La Bufadora, and at the other end of
the road lies Los Panchos within an echo of the Blowhole.

Each of these restaurants is unique in their menus and atmosphere.

Street Grunting Smarts, Breakfast Wars, and  Fine Dining.

1- TERRAZAS
50 PEOPLE

2- LAS BRISAS
80 PEOPLE

3- MIRAMAR
60 PEOPLE

4- ORTEGAS #2
250 PEOPLE

5- JATAY
290 PEOPLE

6- LA LANGOSTA LOCA
70 PEOPLE

7- SANDRA'S
84 PEOPLE

8- PTO. VIEJO
300 PEOPLE

9- EL GALEON
120 PEOPLE

10- LA CASA DE LA
LANGOSTA
180 PEOPLE

11- JOSEFINA Y EL NEGRO
40 PEOPLE

12- CHELA'S
90 PEOPLE

13- COSTA BRAVA
150 PEOPLE

14- HOTEL LA MISION
116 PEOPLE

15- MARISCOS LUIS
50 PEOPLE

16- LA PERLITA
150 PEOPLE

17- TOÑA'S
60 PEOPLE

18- PUERTO NUEVO #1
80 PEOPLE

19- VISTA AL MAR
80 PEOPLE

20- MARISCOS RENE
20 PEOPLE

21- MARIA'S
100 PEOPLE

22- LA ESCONDIDA
450 PEOPLE

23- LA PONDEROSA
50 PEOPLE

24- PUERTO NUEVO #2
85 PEOPLE

25- ROSAMAR
100 PEOPLE
For further information
on these restaurants,  
call either of these
numbers

1 (866) 322-2561

1 (602) 476-2111

FAX  (602) 633-7433