Loreto Bay in Nopolo has the perfect place to relax and have an afternoon/evening cocktail. The Wine Bar @ Nopolo provides a friendly atmosphere, multiple TVs with sports and news and an excellent wine (and bar) selection to go with their freshly made munchies.
The hosts of the Wine Bar, Will Cosby and Cynthia Laird are always ready with a big smile to greet their guests.
The menu always has something to please. My favorite is the Quesadilla de Pollo, but the cheese plate is a perenial favorite of the rest of my family.
There's a very good selection of white and red wines from Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and the US. One selelect find, Palabra, from the Guadalupe Valley north of Ensenada, is a Zinfindel blend that rivals Napa's Rombauer.
This is the perfect place to meet friends and catch up.
Dress Code: This is the Baja, the requirements are straight from Jimmy Buffet. No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem...
We got "raked" at this night club.. Be aware, even though they seem friendly, they are taking it to you!! within half hour we thought we must have bought the same dancers 10 drinks to our 2.. We finally figured it that the girls ordered beer from a dark bottle,, Never thought to check if the bottle even had beer!!!
Dark and crowded on weekends, this small "club" is a throw back to disco. One of the few actual nightclubs in Loreto. Cover charge is 50 peso's. Normally it's open Fri. - 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM and Sat 10:00 PM-4:00 AM.
Dress Code: What ever you have on is normally just fine. Remember this is a beach town in Mexico and it can get hot in the summer.
Mike's Bar is located on the way to the Malecon on Calle Hidalgo. It's really only a crawl to the water front. It looks like it has been newly renovated for the tourists, but makes a great Margarita.
Prices tend to be a bit on the US side of the border, but for the mixed drinks you get what you pay for. They are well made.
Dress Code: Ah...shorts, t-shirt and sandals do fine.