Mazatlan Restaurants

Mazatlan Restaurants including fine dining, restaurant bars, Mexican cuisine, French, Italian and many other restaurant options in Mazatlan, Mexico.

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Here are a few places that we've enjoyed over the years in Mazatlán, there are many more.

Golden Zone

Jungle Juice, Restaurant & Bar - De Las Garzas/Laguna - Now don't let the name fool you! Jungle Juice, located for over 25 years in very heart of the Golden Zone, serves up a huge breakfast menu & yummy fresh fruit smoothies (7am to 1pm). Chef Daniel takes over for lunch and dinner (until 10:30pm) with prime cut steaks, BBQ Ribs, coconut shrimp, seafood platters, and VEGETARIAN dishes! The classic R&R bar opens on the roof at 5pm - till 1, 2 or 3 am. Ridiculously great casual atmosphere. "Get Juiced at Jungle Juice."

Sombrero Bay - Av. Camaron Sabalo - Sombreo Bay is a Mediterranean-style restaraunt that offers a wide variety of Mexican cuisine, features Mariachi shows in the winter and a Marimba band all year long. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Av. Camaron Sabalo, across from Los Sabalos Resort Hotel.

Panchos - Av. Playa Gaviotas - Pancho's Restaurant has an indoor/outdoor location alongside the sea and surf. They serve a wide variety of steak, seafood, Mexican, and sandwich dishes, set in a casual, friendly environment.

The Shrimp Factory - Av. Playa Gaviotas - The Shrimp Factory serves a large selection of fresh seafood dishes and a few dishes for the non-seafood lover. Open for business from 12pm. till 11pm.

Joe's Oyster Bar - Av. Camaron Sabalo - Joe's Oyster Bar is a very popular beachfront drink emporium. They serve snacks and fresh seafood daily. "Happy Hour" all day. Open from 11am till 2am, located at Los Sabalos Resort Hotel.

Mr. Tony's - Av. Camaron Sabalo - Mr. Tony's Bar and Grill is locatd a block south of the Cine Gaviotas movie theater, right on the corner. They really draw in a crowd with a live band almost every night.

Tequila's - Av. Camaron Sabalo - Tequila's offers a wide selection of tasty steak, seafood, poultry, Mexican, and sandwich dishes, served in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. Indoor and outdoor seating available. Located across the street from the Hotel Costa de Oro.

Sheik Restaurant - Av. Camaron Sabalo - The Sheik Restauraunt is a very nice upscale place located within Fiesta Land, (next to Bora Bora and Valentinos) the Sheik offers a wide selection of steak, seafood, and poultry dishes, set in a gorgeous, tranquil environment with candles, soft piano music, sky lights, outside balcony, and the best sea-side view in town. Reservations are a must to guarantee seating (984-1616).

Twisted Mama's - what can I say, a great place to hang out. Not so much the food or the service as the great company of twister mama herself!

Old Mazatlán

El Tunel - Started by his grandmother 65 years ago, Gabino Urritia continues the tradition of delicious Mexican food. Restaurant employees wake up at 5:00 a.m. to shop the local markets to ensure the freshest ingredients every day. Voted the Best Restaurant in Mazatlan by American Express a few years ago, El Tunel has received many distiguished honors and guests. Every single item on the menu comes highly recommended by regulars, and I can honestly say they make the best guacamole I've ever had! They are open from noon to midnight every day, but you may have to wait for a seat at night, which speaks to this restaurant's well-earned popularity. Very reasonably priced. Located on Avenue Carnaval at the Plazuela Machado, across from the Teatro Angela Peralta. *Afterwards, treat yourself to tea, coffee, or a selection from more than 40 kinds of cake at Gabino's sister's upscale place, Memorial Cafe, right next door!

El Shrimp Bucket - A personal favorite, located in Olas Altas they server great, you guessed it, shrimp, and a whole lot more.

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