We found great places to eat in Queretaro, including:
Restaurante Di Vino, Anador 5 de Mayo 12: This is a sleek, upscale restaurant featuring Italian food and wines and one of my friend’s favorites.
El Globo: This is a traditional Mexican pasteleria, part of a chain from the 1800’s, located a short walk from the Main Square. It is a great spot for a latte and a pastry while you explore this colonial city. Av. Corregidora #41 Col.Centro, Esquina Independencia
La Fabrica de Chocolate: This is a chocolate and coffee shop in the middle of the historic center. Here you can buy chocolate, coffee, hot chocolate, churros and chocolate and other food items. Andador 5 de Mayo.
Save room for wonderful gelato next door at Piacere Italiano 5 De Mayo located at Anador 5 day Mayo #10. The hazelnut was my favorite!
Maria y Su Bici: This small, casual restaurant features the cuisine of Oaxaca. The large menu features many tacos, tamales and moles. It is a short walk from the Main Square. Corregidor Sur at Andador Libertad.
Chucho el Roto: This is a perfect spot on the Luis Pasteur Sur #16 on the Plaza de Armas. It is next to Restaurante 1810, another attractive cafe in the historic center.
Edelweiss Bakery is a good spot for cupcakes, cakes and pastries at Universidad 526, Ote Centro.
Friends also recommend Restaurante Nicos located at Bernardo Quintana Arrioja #506, Col. Arboledas and Barbecoa Santiago at San Juan del Rio 57760.