On our way from Areponapuchi (Divisadero area) to Casas Grandes, we often stop for a meal or just pie and coffee in this little agricultural town of Guerrero. There is a restaurant there on the square that has good food and very good desserts…and the coffee is decent too.
Here is what the La Cava website says:
La Cava (the cellar) has been in business since 1993. During these past years it has been our pleasure to welcome and provide hospitality to guests from across Mexico, the USA, and many foreign countries.
La Cava is located in the primary fruit growing region of Mexico. The area abounds with apple, peach, and cherry trees. Therefore, you can look forward to our menu of main course items and desserts prepared with fresh-from-the-orchard fruits. Our main course specialties are traditional Mexican meals of a variety of fish, beef, chicken, and pork dishes. Our menu changes daily, but we promise you will not be disappointed.
La Cava has a fully stocked bar and we will be pleased to make your favorite drink or one of our own.
We are open year round. The most beautiful months of the year in Ciudad Guerrero are March and April, when the fruit trees are in full bloom. Our rainy season is in the months of June and July. October and November are usually beautiful months, dry with crisp cool mornings at out elevation of 4,100 feet.
There is another place too- this one on the little plaza just to the east of the main one. Gabbys sits upstairs on the west side of this smaller plaza and has quite good meat dishes.