In the video above, join Mark Mulligan as he gets a behind the scenes look at the workings and history of Rosy's. Their restaurant has been in business for over two decades now. As one of the local favorites, this place stays busy. They also have a large menu with plenty of options for breakfast and lunch. Along with long-time friends and fans of Rosy's, Mark enjoys a delicious lunch. They order the Northern Breakfast, the Three Generations, and the Machaca con Verduras.
The Northern Breakfast plate comes with Machaca, tomation, onion, green chili, and prickly pear pads with red chili sauce. Machaca con Verduras is Machaca with vegetables. Lastly, the Three Generations plate comes with chilaquiles, chicharones, and refried beans. What is Machaca? It's a popular dried meat, usually spiced beef or pork. Then, watch as the chefs at Rosy's prepare everything fresh and made-to-order in their kitchen. Portions are large, prices are affordable, and people love it here. Make sure to stop by next time you're in Rocky Point and tell them Mark Mulligan and Casago sent you!
History Behind Rosy's
The owner, Rosy, opened the restaurant in February 2001 with a dream and a lot of hard work. Word-of-mouth publicity soon had people from all over the city talking about Rosy’s Restaurant. Rosy prepares all the meals with a great deal of love and care, using only fresh or seasonal ingredients. She was born here in Puerto Peñasco Sonora, but she loves to travel!
So, her love for finding new places, experiences and of course flavors, let her travel across Mexico improving her cooking skills and adding a part of every place she's been to into her dishes. You can always find her at the front of the restaurant as she loves a good chat with her customers and first-hand reviews in the moment.
Authentic Mexican Dishes
Mexican food is known all over the world. But do we really know what makes it so special? Mexican gastronomy has a long and complex history, with dishes that have been passed down from one generation to the next for centuries. In order to understand traditional Mexican food, we need to look at Mexican culture as a whole. Mexican cuisine is not just about flavors or ingredients; it is about the people who created it and the shared traditions that unite them.
Eating out at Rosy's is like being at home, even if you're not Mexican! The cozy atmosphere and delicious food make you feel comfortable and relaxed. Additionally, this restaurant serves up some of the best dishes in town, and we're sure that you'll love them. They have everything from pancakes, eggs, quesadillas, tacos, enchiladas, chimichangas, chilaquiles and more!
The restaurant itself showcases Mexican culture at every turn with the walls painted in bold colors, flowers everywhere, family ambiance and plenty of tables. It's a very colorful, vibrant and cozy place to enjoy some delicious food and drinks.
Some "Gotta try" Menu Items
Green chilaquiles is a unique and delicious dish that is perfect for breakfast. It is made by frying tortillas until they are crispy and then adding salsa. The tortillas are then topped with cheese, sour cream, and diced onions. They can be served with eggs, bacon, sausage, or chicken.
While all pancakes are good, there’s something extra special about Rosy's pancakes. They mix the perfect combination of ingredients to make them light, fluffy, and delicious every time. Top them with your favorite toppings or eat them plain, they always hit the spot. So if you’re looking for a classic breakfast that never disappoints, make a trip to Rosy's and enjoy a stack of their homemade pancakes.
Machaca con Papas y Verduras
Machaca is a dish made from meat usually from cows. It is a very popular dish in Mexico. It has the ability to give a pleasant flavor to the dishes it is used with, and it is also a great source of protein and iron. Machaca is usually cooked with eggs and potatoes. Rosy's is worth the visit!
- They don't take credit cards, so bring cash!
- There may be a wait due to the high popularity of this restaurant.
- Rosy's often has special meals and packages for certain holidays or special events, be sure to ask about them!