What better way to get your day off to a good start when on holiday than with a delicious brunch? Acapulco is a holidaymaker’s dream, with its sandy shorelines, crashing surf, and top-quality dining options. Make sure to check out our top ten brunch spots on your next visit – you won’t regret it.
Late brunch style offerings
More bar than restaurant, Vintage is one to watch out for if you fancy a late (possibly hungover) brunch, given that it serves classic Mexican dishes such as pozole and ceviches piled high with prawns, ceviche, and avocado. Top it off with a healthy dose of Salsa Huichol, for that kick of spice to get you back to full health. Accompany it with a renowned hangover killing michelada (beer, tomato juice, and a range of spices and salsas). You’ll be feeling right as rain in no time, after an afternoon brunch at Vintage.
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 2pm-2am
Watch out for: Impressively good portions of ceviche on crispy tostadas
Address & telephone number: Calle Piloto Antón de Alaminos 6-B, Acapulco, Mexico, +52 744 481 4088
Low-key, basic brunching
A rather interestingly named restaurant, Frutiland Fruitiland, is a budget spot at which you can enjoy a do-it-yourself brunch by choosing from the range of traditional Mexican dishes. Choose from the simple menu which includes molletes, huevos al gusto, or lightly fried fish fillet served with beans and rice, among other options. The milkshakes and smoothies are excellent too, and we recommend accompanying your meal with one of them. Not your traditional brunch option, but an economical and tasty option if you’re on a budget.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm, Sat-Sun 8am-6pm
Watch out for: Simple, low-key Mexican dishes
Address & telephone number: Costera Miguel Alemán 116-3, Plaza Condesa, Acapulco, Mexico, +52 744 484 5938