Alittle bread, cheese and wine

By Jade Arroyo

Sometimes, combinations for joy are the easiest ones. Here we tell you how you can spend a perfect day experiencing San Miguel, seasoned with these three ingredients.

To begin the day smiling, try a cup of delicious coffee and a tasty French-style pastry of chocolate, whipped cream and fruit (a mouth watering revelation) at El Petit Four, located at Mesones 99, just across the street from the Teatro Ángela Peralta. Once there, take a look at the theater billboard, you might be interested in one of the shows.

After breakfast, you can schedule a tour through the vineyard Cuna de Tierra. Designed for wine lovers, the tour includes an explanation about the full wine process, from vine to bottle, a stroll through the ranch visiting the barrel room and the vineyard and a wine-tasting paired with hand-made regional food. A reservation is required, more info at cell. 415 113 42 80 or

Once you’re back in town, you can take a look at the kitchen store and cooking school Sazón, located at Correo 22. An ideal place to shop for presents, here you can find accessories like chopping boards and knives for cheese, beautiful glassware, designer plates and a large selection of linens to dress up the table.

To relax from an exhausting, yet wonderful day, get a drink and grab a bite at Patio 3, at Mesones 80. This place is quite elegant and combines three different ambiances: a bar, a patio and a lounge, where there’s a regular live performance of DJ’s. The place offers a large variety of drinks — take your pick from among a selection of national and imported wines, cocktails, liquors and the house speciality: the martini.


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