Plaza Ágora in Sayulita offers a one of a kind chic atmosphere that is just steps away from the town plaza and main beach. Enjoy a relaxing courtyard shopping experience and explore several of the boutiques carrying one of a kind clothing, jewelry, handmade textiles, decor, and accessories. Dine at the premier Spanish and International fusion restaurant, Matiz, while enjoying the romantic setting of the open-air (yet covered) dining experience. Plaza Ágora stays true to the Sayulita bohemian-chic vibes with colorful boutiques and relaxed yet sophisticated dining. You will find Plaza Ágora between Calles Marlin and Delfin, the two main streets as you head to the beach from the plaza. The plaza can be accessed from either side by stairs, and also has a ramp on Calle Marlin for those with mobility issues.
Plaza Ágora is a wonderful place to enjoy a savory and delicious dinner at the International fusion restaurant, Matiz. With a Spanish influenced menu, superb cocktails, attentive service, and a wonderful open air atmosphere, Matiz is one of Sayulita's best restaurants. The restaurant area is covered, which allows for a great experience to enjoy the warm Sayulita evenings. Matiz is located off the street and away from noisy traffic and large crowds in the centro/beach area.There are also beautiful boutiques with one of a kind items sourced from all over Mexico, Latin America, as well as handcrafted, local items. Shops such as Artefakto source their products and merchandise from several different culturally rich and diverse areas of Mexico. Working with craftsmen and artisans in Indigenous communities helps to maintain deep seated traditions that have been passed down through many generations.
Matiz in Sayulita opened in 2016 and is a one of a kind restaurant with great ambience offering a menu highlighting international fusion cuisine. Spanish-inspired dishes and tapas make Matiz a unique restaurant located in the heart of Sayulita. Enjoy the evening dining in an open air, yet covered, romantic setting with soft lighting, relaxing music; or sip on a delicious craft cocktail at the bar with friends.
Head chef Jose Osbaldo Pucheta Nava curated the menu to represent a mix of international cuisines and Spanish-inspired dining. Chef Jose Osbaldo studied in Spain at culinary school and has been working professionally as a chef since 2010. After attending culinary school in Spain, Jose Osbaldo came back to bring his knowledge and passion for cooking to Mexico.
Artefakto is a beautiful boutique located in Plaza Ágora. The owner, Stephen Dabrowski, sources many of the items from culturally rich regions within Mexico. The majority of all handmade jewelry, decor and accessories are made by indigenous people. All products are handmade and one of a kind, allowing you to purchase intricate and detailed handcrafted products from Mexico. When stepping into Artefakto, you will be transported to another place and time, with the burning incense and copal circling through the air and the rich, bold colors of textiles and indigenous art surrounding you.
One of Artefakto's interests is in restoring and maintaining the integrity of the beautiful works of art that are becoming lost within the newer generations of Mexican culture. Artefakto has several locations including Punta de Mita, as well as a second store in Sayulita.