Abuelo Gerardo’s serves both traditional Mexican breakfast options and classic American breakfast dishes. Homemade and complimentary guacamole and salsa accompany all meals here, where flavorful and authentic food is in abundance. Top picks for diners include the freshly squeezed orange juice with eggs and chorizo.
10th Avenida 21 Juarez and 2 Norte, Cozumel 77600, MX, +52 978 872 1012
Offering perhaps the most beautiful brunch view in Cozumel, the Restaurante del Museo inside the Museo de Cozumel is a great place to start a relaxing Sunday. Sit atop the balcony and enjoy the ocean breeze while dining on anything from pancakes and freshly squeezed orange juice to fruit and French toast. After brunch guests can choose to tour the museum, an establishment which gives an overview of the island’s history. It also exhibits a mixture of local and international art.
Rafel E Melgar entre Calles 4 y 6 Norte s/n, Cozumel 77600, MX, +52 987 120 2255
La Cocina de Silvia blends a classic Mexican breakfast with American brunch favorites. Just like being in a friend’s kitchen, customers can chat with the chef while dining on large portions of scrambled eggs, huevos rancheros or fresh fruit and orange juice, among other things. Guests can also purchase a rich coffee blend for a morning pick me up. La Cocina de Silvia rightly earns its reputation as a reasonably priced option which can accommodate everyone.
Calle 21, Cozumel 77600, MX, +529871111261
Bakeries are a great place for breakfast with a sweet side, and Pastelería Zermatt is popular with tourists and locals for the tasty baked goods it offers. Located in the heart of the tourist center, the establishment has outdoor seating where guests can sit and talk over coffee and a slice of cake. There is an array of freshly baked breads and pastries here, as well as chocolate croissants, multigrain buns and empanadas.
5a Av. Nte, Centro San Miguel, Q.R. Cozumel, MX, +52 987 872 1384