Bars in Tulum
Set out below are a selection of the bars in Tulum we visited in downtown.
This mojito bar in Tulum (downtown) is a favourite in all books and blogs so we had to check it out. With a VW beetle in the middle of the bar where they cut the ginger for the mojitos and store alcohol, we were sold! It has live music and a decent selection of mojitos which are all around 120 pesos (£6).
We had the classico and the ginger mojito which were really tasty and the staff were lovely. Definitely a must visit bar in Tulum!
Pretty much opposite Batey (above) is Pasito Tun Tun with two swings outside and a spacious interior.
I sat on the swing sipping a Mango Daiquiri and a Margarita. The drinks were a little more expensive than some places (130 pesos for a margarita and 90 pesos for the daiquiri) but were delicious. The bar had a chilled vibe.
Matteos has a three tiered sunset lounge which (as it sounds) offers lovely views of the sunset over the jungle. They also have a happy hour 2-4-1 between 5-7pm with a choice of beers or around 8 cocktails.
We had strawberry and basil mojitos and mango margaritas which were delicious. It got busier around 6 – 6:30 so get there early for a good seat for the unset. The bar has friendly staff and a laid back vibe.
On the main avenue, we were attracted to this venue with fairy lights and a few tables outside. We sat at the bar for an hour having some happy hour cocktails at a very reasonably priced 99 pesos for two (£5).
We had margaritas and mojitos and, as seems to be the general theme in Mexico, the staff were friendly and the atmosphere was relaxed. Estancia Jujena also offers a range of food including pizzas from their wood stone ovens.
East London Girl: Bars in Tulum