During Semana Santa in 2012, we took a road trip from Mexico City to San Miguel de Allende with José’s parents. I stumbled across a folder of photos from the trip recently and realized I’ve never written about it here. While I take some time to piece together some of my photos and journals from the trip, I wanted to share this photo. I can’t recall the name of this cafe, but San Miguel de Allende has a number of intriguing doorways that just make you want to peek inside. I can remember with such clarity how delighted I was to discover this little restaurant’s colorful and intricate papel picado hanging from the ceiling.
- Have you been to San Miguel de Allende? Tell me something about your visit in the comments below! Haven’t been there yet but dying to go? Let me know what you’re interested in doing there while visiting.
I love San Miguel. I’ve been there at least 10 times.
That is Donavan’s they have excellent Mexican Hot Chocolate and Churros. The rest of the food is not that great. They are on Hidalgo just down from the Jardin.
Maura Hernandez says
Thanks for sharing the name of the place, Jessi! I remember the reason why I peeked inside to begin with was because I could smell churros being made! 🙂