Todos Santos has become something of a culinary destination, with everything from simple street food to hip coffee houses to haute cuisine. Local menus feature thin crust pizza, Asian fusion dishes, tapas, sushi, curries, fresh fish, chiles rellenos, tacos al pastor, and more. You can dine under a palapa roof, in the courtyard of a historic adobe home, inside an art gallery, or on a streetside patio.
Travelers on a budget will find plenty of locally grown foods at reasonable prices. Check out the weekly farmers markets and local grocery stores for supplies. True foodies might plan an entire trip around reservations at a destination restaurant such as Cafe Santa Fe.