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December 25, 2007
May 22, 2007
From journal San Miguel de Allende, a Garden of Delights
June 7, 2006
From journal 5 Days of the Dead in San Miguel de Allende
Mexico City, Mexico
October 14, 2003
The decoration is cool--you can buy anything that they have. Everything has a price tag, so if you're interested you can buy a Mexican souvenir right in the restaurant.
From journal SAN MIGUEL "GREAT PLACE FOR ALL AGES"
April 30, 2002
A delightful, cheery corner café with friendly staff and good food. The décor is largely done in local arts and crafts with a large picture of a children’s parade for Day of the Dead as the main decoration on the walls, but lots of other local craftwork is displayed as well.
A cozy corner fireplace adds ambiance and warmth on those chilly San Miguel mornings. Lunches are superb! Try the Italian Vegetable sandwich is my personal favorite!
We were advised to eat at this café by a long time expatriate who assures us
that "the food is good and I’ve never gotten sick there." His remarks made us wonder if there ARE cafes we need to worry about in San Miguel. Maybe I should have asked the question – "Where HAVE you gotten sick?"
From journal Where to Go- What to Eat in San Miguel
los angeles, California
December 19, 2001
The food is not necessarily Mexican though they do serve Mexican food - they also have things like eggs benedict and Thai noodles but I stick to the tacos.
El Pegaso also functions as an art gallery that shows work produced by local artists. Some of it is in my living room right now.
From journal Day of the Dead in San Miguel De Allende
March 6, 2001
From journal Classic San Miguel