coming to Ensenada either by car or ship? We would
love to have you stop by and see our collection of truly
unique Mexican art. We are not your typical
Mexican curio shop. I have spent over half my life
traveling remote parts of Mexico in search of true
Mexican art that has been passed down over the
generations. I have regular customers from all
over the world that plan overseas trips that include
coming to Cafe Cafe, to see the latest pieces.
Please be sure to drop by when you're here in Ensenada.
We look forward to seeing you!
Cafe Cafe, located on 1st Street
in Ensenada (Calle Primera), opened its doors on October 2nd 1993, as a hip coffee bar, and
curio shop. On the first floor you'll find a full service coffee
bar, plus a very impressive curio shop of arts and crafts from various parts of
Mexico. For the past ten years, Cafe Cafe has
been the sole distributor of the finest original local and national folk art specializing
in Tzotzil (Chiapas) and Huichol (Nayarit) back-lit candleholders, and recently
beautiful yarn crafted impressions of the Huichol Indians. These
beautiful impressions, candleholders and other
artworks are available here online or at Cafe Cafe in
here to see our artwork and learn about their origins.
Today the cafe has
expanded to include a second floor jazz bar that has seen the likes of
players from Sublime and other headliner musicians and bands. Live jazz and instrumental
performances can be
found on most Friday and Saturday evenings. Beer and wine is also now
served at Cafe Cafe.
True to its name, Cafe Cafe serves the
best designer cafe mochas inspired by the legendary chocolates from the Mexican state of
Oaxaca. Cafe de Olla, the most traditional of Mexicos coffee is brewed with our
secret recipe that has been made famous throughout the California's
by its numerous fans.
Our sinful cake El Pecado, which translates to sin,
includes lustful ingredients such as German chocolate, flan (custard), and a special
golden brown sweet topping. This Cafe Cafe signature cake brings
people from as far as Seattle in the hopes of getting to Cafe Cafe before
the last slice of "sinful" cake is served to one of its many faithful
sweet-tooth partakers. OK, just remember to ask for a piece of cake when you visit
us. We'll know which one you're talking about.