Where to Eat
You’ll find several excellent restaurants in the neighborhood at the base of Ninos Heroes; the same goes for Gringo Hill. The south end of Avenida Revolucion heading out of town is lined with a number of dining spots ranging from informal taco shacks to slightly more formal Italian and international places. Nothing is too pricey and the quality is generally high.
Gringo Hills refers to the hill known as Gringo Hill plus the small hills that flank Revolucion and Ninos Heroes, the two main streets running south out of downtown Sayulita. At their bases, you’ll find restaurants, bars, stores, and other interesting businesses; as you work your way up, the hills become residential, with a mix of small hotels, guest houses, and rental homes. Gringo Hill is primarily populated by, well…gringos, while the hills around Ninos Heroes house a mix of long time local Mexican nationals as well as a dense sprinkling of ex-pat Americans and Canadians—gringos!
Related article: The Views from (and of) Gringo Hill