Every time our family comes to Bucerias, we discover something new. This time it is a restaurant called Lupita’s, one block west of Lazaro Cardenas on the corner of Benito Juarez and Francisco Madera. There are colorful Mexican flags, with lights interspersed, stretching across the street right in front of it, open windows into a lovely, modern interior with tables lining the sides of the street below. The food is described as “fusion grill.” We had seafood pasta and our son a plain pasta. It was fine, only comment would be a bit more seafood would have been nice. But the atmosphere and ambience made up for any less than perfect food experience. We would go again.
On Tuesdays, they have a traditional Mexican fiesta with mariachis performing and Mexican folkloric dance on a stage the staff builds in the moment, stretching across the street. The scene is something we’ve never seen in this town, people were lining the streets at tables or simply standing with a beer or drink to watch the performance. The music and dance is high quality a rousing, fun experience for any age.
There is a tequila table, a beer table and even a churro table set up to buy items separately. We bought a small bag of churros after dinner and all agreed they were the best we’d ever tasted!
Reservations are recommended as this is a very popular night for this restaurant.
Are you looking into a vacation in Bucerias? Our luxery HomeAway two bedroom beachfront condo is ideally situated and within easy walking distance to Lupita’s and many other local restaurants, boutiques and attractions.