Service is leisurely at the new restaurant in La Cruz's beautiful, new yacht club. Luckily, lovely views of the open ocean, the green-blue Nayarit mountains, and the boats in the million-dollar private marina provide an excellent diversion while you wait. The international menu of breakfast, lunch, and dinner items has some Mexican specialties as well. Choose a standard dish like spaghetti carbonara or ricotta and spinach-stuffed ravioli al pomodoro (in tomato sauce)
or something more exotic. There's pork in a sauce of red fruits, cacao, and coffee, for example, as well as a chilled shrimp curry and watermelon soup, and mango-studded ceviche. The coffee, served in a large ceramic mug, is hot and strong. The restaurant's odd name means "place to eat" in the Huichol language.