Eating

The fun of eating in Santa Rosalia is sauntering up to one of the sidewalk taco stands along the east end of Av Obregón and eating at its outdoor counters with everyone else. Most of them serve carne asada tacos.

Panadería El Boleo (% 152-0310; Av Obregón btwn Calles 3 & 4; pastries US$0.25-1.50; h 8am-9pm Mon-Sat, 9am-1pm Sun) Started by the French when mining operations were in full swing at the turn of the 20th century, this is one of the best (and definitely most interesting) bakeries in Baja California. For many travelers, it's an obligatory stop for its delicious Mexican and French breads and pastries. Baguettes usually sell out by about l0am.

Ángel Cafe (cnr Av Obregón & Calle 5; US$4-7) This place serves sandwiches and hamburgers in a nice, open patio.

Restaurant Don Pedro (Calle 5 near Av Obregón; mains US$4-7) For standard antojitos at good prices, try Restaurant Don Pedro.

Restaurant El Muelle (cnr Av Constitución & Plaza; mains US$4-10) El Muelle is great both for its crispy-crust pizzas and its outdoor patio, which offers, by far, some of the best shade in town. The margaritas are darn good, too.

Hotel Francés (mains US$7-12; h 7am-midnight Mon-Sat) The restaurant at this hotel is very popular, and the breakfasts are reportedly delicious.

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