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Have a Baja Moment! Explore the Cafes of Todos Santos

Have a Baja Moment! Explore the Cafes of Todos Santos 

Cafes of Todos Santos

Shaded outdoor seating at Caffe Todos Santos.

Perhaps best known for its art galleries and yearly arts festivals, the one-time sugar cane capital of Todos Santos is now home to one of Baja’s finest artists’ colonies. Art, however, is not the coastal Pueblo Magico‘s only sophisticated pleasure. Todos Santos also boasts a number of excellent cafes and casual chic coffee shops that serve up dark roasted treasures from premier Mexican growing areas in Chiapas, Oaxaca and Puebla.

Cafes of Todos Santos

Baja Beans’ laid-back cafe is located in Pescadero, just outside of Todos Santos.

Cafes of Todos Santos

You never know who you might share a table with at Baja Beans.

Baja Beans

Baja Beans sources their beans from Finca Los Puentos in the Sierra Madre Oriental of Xicotepec, Puebla, and roasts them on a vintage 1980s Probat roaster. The finished product not only keeps the locals happy, but is sold to many of Baja Sur’s best hotels and restaurants, including Flora Farms Field Kitchen, Guaycura Boutique Hotel & SpaHotel Casa Tota, and Rancho Pescadero. In addition to their wholesaling operation, Baja Beans can also claim one of the coolest cafes in the greater Los Cabos area. It’s located just outside of Todos Santos, in Pescadero. Follow the sign from the highway down a dirt road, and discover a lovely, laid-back cafe offering rich coffees, tasty baked goods and plenty of rustic outdoor seating.

Cafes of Todos Santos

The facade of Caffe Todos Santos.

Cafes of Todos Santos

Arts and crafts from local artists are always on display in Caffe Todos Santos.

Caffe Todos Santos

Caffe Todos Santos is easily the most aesthetically pleasing cafe in Todos Santos. It’s housed in a charmingly painted old building and decorated with colorful and evocative paintings from some of the town’s most talented local artists. In addition to its visual charms, Caffe Todos Santos also serves up freshly ground coffees and delicious breakfast and lunch centered menu items ranging from muffins and cookies to hot cakes and omelets. Seating is available both inside and out, and the outdoor tables provide shaded and comfortable vantages from which to sip strong coffee, read the morning paper, or simply watch the world go by.

Cafes of Todos Santos

Enjoy a cup of coffee while you browse for beach reads in Libreria El Tecolote.

Libreria El Tecolote

Speaking of reading, how about a cup of coffee at the best bookstore in Baja Sur? In addition to carrying a great selection of books in English and Spanish, Libreria El Tecolote also serves excellent Mexican coffees from Oaxaca and Chiapas. The colorful and well-stocked store is located in downtown Todos Santos, a couple of blocks past Hotel California, and sells books, music, movies, maps and postcards. Specialty items include works by local authors and vintage postcards from Mexico’s golden age of cinema. So the next time you need to stock up on beach reads, order a cup of dark roasted java and enjoy shopping Todos Santos style.


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About Chris Sands

Chris Sands is the author of Bohemia by the Bay, and writes about wine, golf, and travel for publications such as, Los Cabos Guide, Los Cabos Magazine, 10 Best, and USA Today. He is a full-time resident of Cabo San Lucas.

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