Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Home Delivery of Food & Other Services at Lake Chapala

At a Glance

During the coronavirus pandemic, support these 150+ restaurants & businesses offering home delivery at Lake Chapala.

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Under state and municipal orders, all non-essential businesses in Jalisco must remain closed until at least mid-May due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Restaurants are one of the types of businesses that have been deemed essential and many are now offering home delivery in Ajijic, Chapala and other towns at Lake Chapala.

Tourism has been shut down and many other businesses, now designed as non-essential, are closed until at least the second week of May. But things aren’t likely to go back to normal for many months and maybe not until next year. Social distancing may need to be in effect until a vaccine is developed and ready for distribution in 12-18 months. Even if things resolve much sooner than that, most people here live day-to-day or week-to-week and can’t survive without work.

Support your local businesses & corner stores

Most businesses are struggling at Lake Chapala, some have already closed their doors permanently, and the pandemic is only just starting to take hold in Mexico. With non-essential businesses closed, many people are out of work. It’s important during these times that we shop locally and avoid the big box stores like Walmart and Costco. Our neighbors need us now more than ever.

Start shopping at your corner store if you aren’t already and if you are, make a pledge to patronize them more often. The tienditas on more or less every block are always fully stocked (even with toilet paper) and have everything you need to get by: eggs, bread, milk, butter, drinks, sandwiches, vegetables, fruits, toiletries, canned goods, cooking oil, junk food, beans, rice, and on and on.

Lakeside Foodbank

By the way, Lakeside Foodbank is organizing a food bank for Mexican families from San Pedro Itzican to Ajijic. They need monetary donations to pay for groceries for local families who don’t have any food. They also are looking for volunteers, especially bilingual ones, who can help with dispensing food and coordinating the response for each town. You can go directly to their Facebook page or visit the Volunteer Opportunities page on this site to learn more.

Is it safe to order food from restaurants at this time?

It’s unlikely that coronavirus can be spread through food. The virus primarily attaches itself to your respiratory track — not the inside of your mouth. The USDA and FDA have also said that there is no evidence that the virus can be transferred through food. Cooking food at normal high temperatures will kill the virus.

But you’ll still want to observe proper hand hygiene before eating and after disposing of your to-go order’s packaging since active coronavirus can remain on surfaces for days. Avoid touching your face, which could transfer the virus from a surface of any packaging into your eyes or nose. The biggest factor in the spread of COVID-19 is through breathing and direct contact with other people.

About the listings below

I’ve tried to include as much confirmed info as possible such as delivery hours, the menu and whether delivery is free. It seems like most places are offering their deliveries for no extra charge. But in the list below I’ve only indicated if delivery is free if I’m 100% certain.

Some restaurants are exclusively using a third-party delivery service called Traitte. Some have their own delivery person. Some do both.

Traitte is a common way for people to order food in the area and for the month of April, co-founder Joel Hernández says that they’ll be waving their normal charges and will offer free delivery. (They’ll also be waving the sign-up fees for any new restaurants or businesses.)

You can use Traitte’s website or download their Android or iPhone app to place your order and it should arrive within the timeframe that is specified for each restaurant. Traitte will send your order to the restaurant and a delivery guy will pick it up and bring it to you. You can pay the driver in cash when your order arrives.

Traitte normally charges you a base fee plus a certain percentage of the order cost. But again, they are waving their fees for the month of April.

If you click on one of the Traitte links below and you get a message like, “There are no menu items available at this time,” it’s because the restaurant is not open for delivery at the moment. Try again later when they are open. You can get a list of all Traitte’s restaurants by visiting their website.

Some restaurants are now keeping special delivery hours apart from their regular hours. Other restaurants have closed their dining rooms completely and are only offering takeout and/or delivery.

If you know of any other restaurants or businesses that should be added to this list, or of any corrections or updates, please let me know.

Restaurants That Deliver at Lake Chapala

4to Sentido Restaurant — Delivery available 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday via Traitte or call 376-108-8980. (Menu: page 1page 2page 3page 4) (More info)

Adelita Bar & Grill — Delivery available Monday (12-8 p.m.), Tuesday (12-8 p.m.), Wednesday (12-8 p.m.), Thursday (12-8 p.m.), Friday (12-10 p.m.), Saturday (12-10 p.m.), and Sunday (12-8 p.m.). 332-184-4645 or 332-055-1942 or order via Traitte. (More info + menu)

Alex’s Pasta Bar — Alex’s is now only open for take-out and delivery from 12-8 p.m. seven days a week. 376-766-2034. (More info – Menu)

Birria Tatemada “Doña Marina” — Classic birria delivered in San Juan Cosalá and possibly other areas. 332-119-4368.

Blue Rose Bistro — Full menu available plus take and bake meals and weekly specials. Free delivery available by calling 376-766-2948 or via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Boar’s House Homestyle Food — Lasagna, macaroni, enchiladas, BBQ ribs and more delivered in Ajijic. 331-123-8603.

Bobby’s La Terraza — Delivery available Wednesday-Saturday, 1:30-6:30 p.m., from Riberas to La Canacinta for $75 or the Racquet Club for $100. The delivery charges include tip and 100% of the charge goes to the employees. All menu items are freezable and suitable for reheating. Call Bobby directly on his cell at 331-771-1641 or try 376-108-2309. (Menu and more details)

Bruno’s — Open only for delivery and takeout, for now, Tuesday-Sunday from 4-8 p.m. Call 376-766-1674 or place your order via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Café Corazón — The café on the Lake Chapala Society grounds is delivering between Chapala and West Ajijic for 20 pesos. Call 332-971-8065 or 332-212-8480. (More info + menu)

Café El Roble — Mexican and American-style breakfast and lunch, plus coffee drinks. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. except for Sundays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Closed Tuesdays. Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Casa Barragán — Pizzas delivered in Chapala 1-8 p.m. Thursday-Sunday. 331-229-0632. (More info + menu)

Casa Cacau — Mexican food, desserts and jarred beans, mole, fillings, tinga, rajas, huitlacoche, and other goods. Delivery available by calling 331-348-6595 or via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Casa Linda — Free delivery in the Ajijic area from 1-6 p.m. 376-108-0887 or 331-791-3211. (More info – Menu)

Cenaduria Elba — Delivery available 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m. via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Chicken “Don David” — Charcoal-grilled chicken delivered from Chapala to Jocotepec, 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m., seven days a week. 333-138-3174 or 331-230-3692. (More infoMenu)

Cenizas del Sol/Pollo Vini — Charcoal-grilled chicken, roasted potatoes, tacos dorados (taquitos), salads, hamburgers, milanesas (breaded chicken) and more delivered in Chapala. 376-765-5469 or 331-719-4128. (More info – Partial menu)

Cesar Ivan Padilla — Daily changing menu organized by Cesar and cooked by a chef with 16 years experience who has worked in the past The Peacock Garden and Café Magaña. Fettucini, monte cristos, club sandwiches, cordon bleu, chipotle burritos, etc. 332-799-4019. (See sample menu)

Cocinart — Delivery Wed-Sunday 12-7 p.m. Special delivery menu and daily specials available. 376-766-4242 or 331-412-1428 or 331-395-3810. (More infoDelivery Menu)

Coffee Hour Chapala — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Danny’s — Mexican food and American diner-style breakfasts and lunches delivered seven days a week from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. in Ajijic. 376-766-2222. (More info)

Deli-B — Breakfast and lunch delivered in San Antonio Tlayacapan and possibly other towns. 376-766-1569 or 331-360-4250. (Menu)

Dharma — A special menu for home delivery that includes gourmet tacos, guacamole, beans, salsa, pad Thai, Vietnamese rolls. Free delivery by calling direct at 331-548-5332 or when ordering via Traitte. (More info + menu)

Donald’s Food Truck — Fish and shrimp tacos, aguachile, ceviche, shrimp, fish and hamburgers delivered Saturdays and Sundays in Ajijic. 331-746-5165. (More infoMenu)

D’Shanti — Delivery available by calling 376-766-5792 or via Traitte. (More info)

El Fogon de Charlotte — Salads, tacos, burritos, fish and chips, steaks, pizza and more. Delivery 12-8 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. (More infoMenu)

El Original Tony’s — Steak, fish, chicken, salads, burgers, more. Delivery from 12-8:30 p.m. seven days a week. (More infoWebsiteMenu)

El Jardín de Ninette –Black bean soup, tomato soup, fettuccini, beef tenderloin, goulash, and more. Delivery Tuesday-Sunday from 4-9 p.m. 332-183-0915 or 376-766-4905. (Menu)

El Rey Taco — Free delivery in Chapala, San Antonio Tlayacapan, Ajijic, San Nicolás, Vista del Lago, Tlachichilo. 624-358-0247. (More info – Menu)

Emma’s Deli — Emma’s Deli is now doing takeout and delivery only on Mondays and Thursdays. Bagels by the dozen or half-dozen, Reubens, patty melts, and all-beef hot dogs. Make your order a day in advance for delivery/pickup between 12-1 p.m. the day after. 333-399-3202. (Menu)

Emmanuel’s Kitchen — Place your order from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., seven days a week, for delivery after 2 p.m. the same day. Delivery is free in West Ajijic. The menu seems to be changing weekly. 332-041-7968. (More info)

Fonda “Los Jarritos”Enchiladas, lonches, soups, and more delivered in Ajijic Tuesday-Sunday 8:30-4 p.m. 331-337-1255 or 376-766-1235. (More info + menu)

Food Lake Container — Delivery from Chapala to Ajijic and possibly beyond, Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. 376-108-1760 or 331-131-3103.

Garufa — Argentinean grill. Delivery available by calling 332-833-4463 or via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Gossip’s — Call 376-109-1334. (More info)

Grilled Chicken Las Seís Esquinas — Charcoal-grilled chicken delivered Saturdays and Sundays in Ajijic. 376-766-5198.

Hot Dogs on the Plaza — The hot dog stand at the Ajijic plaza, which has been in service since 1990, is delivering hot dogs and burgers in Ajijic, 7-11 p.m. 331-691-7004. (MenuPhoto)

The Hot Dog Shop — Gourmet hot dogs. 333-662-9990. (More info – Menu)

Hot Rod Burrito Grill — Delivery in Ajijic. 376-766-5890. (More info + menu)

Indian Curry — The great Indian restaurant at Centro Laguna is delivering 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Ismat’s Fried Chicken & Burgers — Burgers, fried chicken, sliders, salads and soups. 376-109-1334. (More info)

Jitomate Gourmet — Delivery from Ajijic to San Juan Cosalá, Monday-Friday from 1-9 p.m. 376-108-2253 or 333-814-5834. (More info)

Johanna’s Restaurant — German cuisine. Also offering vacuum-sealed bratwursts, packaged sauerkraut, frozen strudel, etc. 333-170-0663 o 376-766-0437 or via Traitte. (More infoMenu)

Kamellos Food Truck — Mediterranean and Mexican food such as falafel, stuffed grape leaves, kamellos and tacos árabes. 333-488-1697. (More info + menu)

L&L Pizza Brothers — Delivery from Ajijic to San Juan Cosalá. 376-766-1235 or 333-181-3505. (More info)

La Bodega De Ajijic — Pasta, salad, chicken, fish, shrimp, hamburgers, guacamole, etc. Delivery Tuesday-Sunday (?) from 1-6 p.m. via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

La Carreta Campestre — Delivery in Jocotepec and possibly other towns. 332-259-0880. (More info – Menu: page 1page 2)

La Casa del Waffle — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

La Chelita — Mexican food from the restaurant at Centro Laguna delivered in the Ajijic/San Antonio Tlayacapan area, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., seven days a week. 331-999-9026. (Menu + more details)

La Nueva Posada — Take-out and free home delivery in Ajijic only for the moment. Seven days a week, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 376-766-1344.

La Paceña — Seafood. Call 333-800-6233 or 333-157-8943 or email (More info – Menu: page 1page 2)

La Palapa de Don Juan — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

La Parrilla de Ajijic — Delivery from San Juan Cosalá to Chapala, Monday-Friday 12-10 p.m. and Saturday 6-11 p.m. 331-382-0711. (More infoMenu)

La Taverna dei Quattro Mori — Pizza and pasta delivered from 12-10:30 p.m. seven days a week. Call 376-766-2848 or order via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Lake City Craft Burger — Free delivery Monday-Friday, 12-8 p.m. (More infoMenu)

Lilifher — Offering home delivery of their sandwiches, meats, cheeses and other products like jarred spices and dried pasta. 376-766-2339. (More info)

Los Molletes — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

M & J Royal Pizza — Pizzas, calzones, salads. Delivery available in Ajijic Monday-Saturday, 12:30-8 p.m. 332-165-7672. (More infoMenu)

Machima — Vegan, vegetarian and organic food. Free delivery available if you call/Whatsapp 333-954-6920 or with a delivery charge via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Manix — Delivering from La Floresta to La Canacinta 12-9 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. 376-766-0061 or 331-065-0725. (More info + menu)

Mariño’s — Free home delivery of burritos, chilaquiles, omelets, carne asada, lonches, tacos and more. 331-346-9283. (More info + menu)

Mario’s Restaurant — Delivery in San Antonio Tlayacapan and possibly other towns, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Minimum order $150 pesos. 376-766-1452. (More info – Menu: breakfast menu + lunch/dinner menu)

Mariscos Peter — Seafood delivered 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Wednesdays. 376-766-4450. (More info)

Masayume Sushi — Call 331-417-4454 or 376-108-1889. (More info + menu)

Mediterraneo Caffe e Cucina — Pasta, pizza, bruschetta, portabello, salads. Delivery via Traitte (see menu).

Meraki Bistro — Meraki has a special abbreviated menu plus family-size portions for takeout/delivery. Place your order the day before for delivery after 12:00 noon the next day in Ajijic. 331-079-5554. (More info – Menu: page 1page 2)

Merendero Lake Burgers — Hamburgers, salads, soups, pasta, seafood. Delivery in Ajijic. 376-766-1571 or 331-819-5578. (More info – Menu)

Meson Don Quijote — Spanish food. 376-766-5388. (Menu)

Min Wah — Chinese food delivered 11 a.m.-8 p.m., with non-Chinese breakfasts delivered 8 a.m.-1 p.m. 376-766 -0686. (More info – Menu)

Mom’s Deli — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu).

Niisa’s Restaurant & Bakery — Quiche, eggs, french toast, chilaquiles, grilled portabello, salads, BBQ ribs, stuffed chicken breast and more. 376-108-2682 or 333-552-0651. (Menu)

Nuevo Café Paris — Eggs, frittatas, chilaquiles, hotcakes, hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, shrimp, pasta, hot and cold coffee drinks, more. 331-574-2729. (More info + menu)

The Omelette House — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu).

Ouí Ouí — French cuisine. Call 376-766-1360. (Menu)

Palé — Meat, seafood and mixed paellas available. Delivery 1-8p.m. from Tuesday-Thursday. 333-570-6084. (Menu)

Pancha La Boba — Delivery available via Traitte (see menu).

Panino Deli & Restaurant — Delivery available Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Pastas & Pizza Italo — Pasta, pizza and calzones with free delivery seven days a week, 1-8p.m., in Ajijic, Chapala (small charge for other areas). 376-766-2221 or 331-458-2737.

Pasta Trenta — Pasta delivered in Ajijic. 376-766-1121 or 333-968-7475. (More info + Menu: page 1page 2)

Pequeña Cocina Con Amor — Mexican food delivered in central Ajijic Monday-Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 331-174-2900 or 331-061-0321. (More info)

Pizza Las Coyotas — Delivery in Ajijic on Saturdays and Sundays from 6-10 p.m. 332-838-8405.

Pizzas a la Leña Pipos — Pizza delivered in Riberas and San Antonio. 552-369-9453.

Pizzería Mi Pueblo — Pizza. 376-766-2270 or 332-179-5013. (More info)

Pizzería Toscana — Pizza. 376-765-6996. (More info – Menu: page 1page 2)

Purple Garlic Pizza Brothers — Pizzas delivered from east of Chapala to San Juan Cosalá Mon-Sat, 12:30-8 p.m. Cost for delivery is 30 pesos in San Antonio, 40 pesos to Riberas and East Ajijic, 50 pesos to the center of Chapala and West Ajijic (West Ajijic starts at 5 de Febrero), and 100 pesos to San Juan Cosalá and east of Chapala. 331-091-3385. (More info + menu)

Re-Tacon Ajijic — Fish and shrimp tacos. Delivery via Traitte (see menu).

Señor Sushi — Sushi, rice bowls and teriyaki. Free delivery from Chapala to Jocotepec. 376-766-4606 or 331-414-4066  or via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Smokehouse — Open for take-out with delivery available via Traitte (see menu). To place an order for delivery, use Traitte. To place a take-out order, call 376-108-1805 or 332-183-1142. (More info)

Tabarka — Spanish food. Call 331-114-0726 for home delivery. $200-peso minimum delivery. (More info – Menu)

Tacos Doña Sara331-787-6926.

Tacos El Cholo — Tacos delivered in central Ajijic 7-11:30 p.m., closed Tuesdays. 331-355-01420 or 331-414-3853. (More info)

Tacos En Frente de la Gasolinera — The taquería across from the Pemex station in Ajijic is delivering Tuesday-Saturday from 5-11 p.m. These are really good tacos. The tacos de pastor are recommended. 333-394-9399. (Photo)

Taco Fish “El Encarbonado” — Tacos with barbacoa, marlin, adobada, arrachera, fish, beef, chorizo, alambre, rib, mushroom and more. Delivered in Chapala Tuesday-Sunday from 9 a.m. to about 5-6 p.m. 333-967-8729. (More info)

Tacos Jessica — Tacos, lonches,  and more delivery from Ajijic to Chapala from 9 a.m.-3 a.m. Closed Wednesdays. 332-406-8328 or 376-108-3891.

Tacos Lacho — Tacos delivered in Ajijic. 332-954-1523 or 333-397-3382.

Tacos Pillo — Tacos, lonches, quesadillas, vampiros and aguas frescas delivered in Ajijic. Mininum order of 20 tacos or equivalent. 331-235-4080 or 331-766-8403.

Tacos Ramón — Tacos delivered in Chapala. 331-093-1400. (Photo)

Tamales Los Equipales — Tamales delivered to your door. 376-765-3293. (More info)

Tamales Rafa y Rebe — Tamales available on Sundays for home delivery in Ajijic. Order ahead of time. 332-738-8982 or 376-766-1096.

Taquería Axixic — The taco restaurant at Centro Laguna offers delivery via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Teocintle Maiz — Traditional and contemporary Mexican food. Teocintle is now offering only to-go orders, plus delivery service from Chapala to West Ajijic. Menu changes more or less daily. Tuesday-Saturday, 2-7 p.m. Email or call 331-547-8968 or 331-772-1926. (More info + menu)

Tepetate Thai Restaurant — Thai food. Delivery available by calling 376-766-2020 or via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Tony’s Plus San Antonio — Fried chicken, ribs, hamburgers, salads. Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Tortas Ahogadas y Tacos Las MorenasTortas ahogadas and tacos delivered in Ajijic Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 331-799-9038.

Tortas Ahogadas y Tacos El Karmelita — Tortas ahogadas and tacos dorados (taquitos) delivered in Ajijic on Saturdays and Sundays. 331-799-9038.

Trip’s Burgers — Delivery available if you make an online order, call 376-766-1256 or use Traitte (see menu).

Vancouver Wings Ajijic — Chicken wings and burgers delivered via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Vegan Town376-766-1365. (More info)

Yves’ Restaurant — Delivery in Ajijic from 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., closed Wednesdays. Delivery is free in Ajijic or $50 pesos to other towns. 376-766-3565. (More infoMenu)

Grocery Stores & Other Food-Related Products Being Delivered

Alma Café — Alma Café is closed for now, but will deliver kilos and half-kilos of whole-bean or ground Chiapas organic coffee for $125/$250 pesos. Call 333-598-5058. (More info)

Café Singular — Small-batch, fresh-roasted gourmet coffee. 332-169-3066. (More info)

Carnicería Mr. Bull — Meat delivered in Chapala, Ajijic, San Nicolás and Santa Cruz. 376-766-3083. (More info)

Craft Beer — Local beer maker Sabor Axixic is delivering their European lager, IPA, pale ale, Oktoberfest, Stout, Hefeweizen, Porter, dopplebock and other special editions. An assorted six-pack is available. 333-140-5546. (More info)

Cinnamon Rolls “La Casa de Cheliz” — Cinnamon rolls, sweetbreads, empanadas, mini apple pies and other treats for delivery in Ajijic and San Antonio Tlayacapan. 12-5 p.m. 331-242-8863 or 331-282-9488. (More info)

De Vuelta A Tí — Hot and cold coffee drinks and coffee beans (medium roast, dark, espresso and decaf) delivered 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday in central Chapala. 333-447-3420 or 333-485-3815. (More info)

Deli-Cakes Ajijic — Sweetbreads, empanadas, banana bread, cuernitos and other pastries and pan dulces delivered in Ajijic Monday-Saturday. Delivery also available in San Antonio and Chapala with a minimum order of 12 pastries. Place your order a day ahead or from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. on the day of your order. Delivery happens after 3 p.m. 333-502-5066 or 333-235-6276. (More info)

Dulce Mordisko Bakery — Cakes, desserts, pies, empanadas, cookies, brownies, banana bread and other desserts delivered Tuesdays and Thursdays after 5 p.m. in Ajijic. Minimum purchase of $200 pesos. 376-766-4457. (More infoMore info)

Fresh Fruit “La Guadalupana” — Delivered in Ajijic. 331-793-4506. (Photo)

Fruit Store “López” — Home delivery in Ajijic of fruits, vegetables and meat. 376-766-1826 or 331-486-3766. (More info)

Fruits and Vegetables Victoria — Home delivery to Chapala, Ajijic, San Antonio Tlayacapan and elsewhere in the Chapala municipality. They also sell grains, seeds, cereal, eggs and other products. 333-724-4820. (More infosample prices)

Galo de Allende Goat Products — Free delivery from Ajijic to Chapala for orders over $150 pesos; $20-peso delivery fee for other areas and orders less than $150. Email or call 331-147-9903 or 333-570-0262. (More info)

Groceries Armando Zamora — Groceries delivered in Ajijic. 331-158-1372.

Groceries “La Tiendita” — Call 333-409-5046 for grocery delivery in Ajijic.

Ice Cream — Traditional barrel-made nieve de garrafa. Mango, guanábana, strawberry, mango, vanilla, coconut, mamey, tequila, cookie, pistachio and other flavors. $120 pesos per liter. Delivery happens after 4:00 each day. 332-806-5411.

Johanna’s Restaurant — Vacuum-sealed bratwursts, packaged sauerkraut, frozen strudel, etc. Also offering home delivery of their menu. 333-170-0663 o 376-766-0437 or via Traitte. (More infoMenu)

Lake Chapala Farmers Market — Order Saturday-Monday and get your order delivered via Traitte (see available products) on Tuesday. (See more)

Marianela — Cakes, pies, empanadas and other desserts. (More info)

Mi Ranchito Cremería — Offering groceries and fresh-made foods, soups, potato salad, rigatoni, chili con carne, frozen soups, and more. If you have Facebook you should contact them via their Facebook page to place your order. As a last resort, if you don’t do Facebook, you could try calling them at 376 765 5108, but they don’t have anyone to man the phone.

Muyaru — Vegetable and fruit baskets/deliveries on Wednesdays and Fridays from Jocotepec to Ixtlahuacán. 331-701-4242. (More info)

Panadería Ibon — Traditional Mexican breads like birotes and bolillo, plus other varieties, delievered in Ajijic. 331-030-8408. (Photo)

Panadería Scandinavia — Delivery of bread and sandwiches. Delivery is provided between two times each day: 8:30-9:30 a.m. and 2-3 p.m. Place your order the day before for morning delivery; place it before noon the same day for the afternoon delivery run. $100 peso-minimum order. 376-766-0604 or 333-831-7891. (More info)

Panadería Rojas — Breads, sweetbreads, empanadas, delivered for free in Ajijic with a minimum $100-peso order. Call before 2 p.m. or one day before you’d like your order. 376-766-0347 or 3310825255. (More info)

Pastelería Marisa — Cakes and pies. Delivery available via Traitte (see menu). (More info)

Pies — Flan, chocoflan, apple pie, lime pie and other flavors, changing daily. 331-045-2596.

Sausages & Cold Cuts International — Gourmet, 100% natural cold cuts, kielbasa, bratwurst, sauerkraut and more. 332-669-2632.

Seeds and Grains Chapala — Dried chiles, beans, seeds, fruits, cereals, supplements, spices, sweets, condiments, artificial flavorers and more delivered in Chapala and possibly other towns. Email or call 331-073-5310.

Súper Mini El Terreno — Mini supermarket with delivery in Ajijic. Minimum purchase of $100 pesos. 331-870-5384.

Súper La Fortuna — Supermarket with delivery from San Antonio Tlayacapan to Jocotepec. 376-766-4611 or 332-162-8815. (More info)

Súper La Huerta — Supermarket in West Ajijic with delivery in Ajijic and possibly other areas. 376-766-4590. (More info)

Home Health/Medical Services & Products

CBD Lakeside — Victor Alcazar delivers CBD products in the area on a weekly basis. Email or call 331-965-0123. (More info + prices)

Face Masks — Homemade (non-surgical) cloth face masks in a variety of patterns. Sold by María Isabel Ramos. 333-457-1393. (Photo)

Farmacia San Paulo — Located in El Chante, Jocotepec. 387-763-0506.

Farmacias Mascaras — Located in Riberas, available 24 hours/day. Can process credit cards at your home. 376-766-5240.

Greco Salón — Home pedicure, manicures, basic haircuts, and (when the wax is available) waxings by appointment in Ajijic Monday-Saturday. 331-113-2772 or 331-314-7438.

Herbal Products — Herbal products like extracts of oregano, hemp, garlic, neem, echinacea and other plants sold by María Enríquez. 331-722-5121. (See image)

Riberas Medical Group — Call Riberas Medial Group to get a home consultation for any reason, in addition to a home exam you if you think that you might have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, dry cough, pain, difficulty breathing, loss of taste/smell). 376-688-1244.

Other Stores & Businesses Offering Home Delivery

Art Connection — Art supplies. 376-688-2777. (More info)

Cleaning Products333-156-2012.

Construrama Galvéz — Hardware store. 376-766-0880 in Ajijic or in Jocotepec call 376-763-0170 or 376-763-0341.

Dog Workers Pet Social Club — Can deliver dog/cat food and other pet supplies little litter, toys and treats. 331-712-1408. (More infoMore info)

JudECO — Biodegradeable disposable cups and to-go containers. 331-446-7819. (Photo)

Garden Center — Free delivery in Chapala if you purchase $1,000 pesos or more. 376-765-5973. (More info)

Kristina Trejo Batiks — Batik scarves, lamps and other items delivered for free in Ajijic. 331-772-5692. (Photos: 12)

Plazapato — Flexi-brand shoes and other Mexican brand shoes. Call 376-766-4956 or email (More info)

Pool Stuff — Pool supplies. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 376-766-1370.

Whitemoon Works — Gift shop in Ajijic. Email (See website)

Delivery, Pick-Up & Errand-Runner Services

Do you need something delivered or picked up and brought to you? Call one of these recommended drivers or errand runners below.

Ángel Haro — Taxi driver. Will also make deliveries and pick-ups. 331-115-4627.

El Mandadito — Will make deliveries of various things or bring them to you. 312-103-5287.

Ivan Zamora — Taxi driver. Will also make deliveries and pick-ups. 331-913-2442.

Mandadito Express — Delivery and pick-up service from restaurants, stores, markets, etc. in from Ajijic to Ixtlahuacán from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. 332-406-8328.

Omar Medina — Private driver. Home delivery of supplies, food, medicines, etc. 331-281-2818.

Xochitl Del Rocio — Available to carry out your errands from 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. in Ajijic. 331-095-7461.

Virtual Services Offered by Locals

Casa Domenech Concerts — Casa Domenech is closed for now, but they will continue, virtually, with their live concerts. or 333-150-6940 for more info.

Singing Lessons Online — Offered by Yanin Saavedra. Learn the basics or advance your skills with exercises and songs. (More info)

Yoga Lessons Online — Drishti center is putting their yoga lessons online. Cost is by donation. (Access the lessons & schedule)

Facebook Groups & Pages

Chapala Expat Liason — Official Facebook page run by Hector España, the local government liaison between the foreign and Mexican communities. Follow this page for official announcements and trusted information.

Comercio Local Ajijic — Local people selling their food and goods.

Lake Chapala COVID-19 Group — Group for discussing, coordinating, informing & helping each other out.

Last updated October 26, 2020

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