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Each restaurant is a love story. Our locations are an extension of the connection and respect we feel for one another and the food we share. Besito was founded by restaurateur John Tunney after years of travel in Mexico working to understand its cuisine and its people. The spirit of Mexico is found in its flavors and In 2006, when he opened his first location, he knew he was embarking on something special, something that would become not only a unique dining experience, but a family and cultural experience.

Our passion for extraordinary food is what inspired Besito, but it's the people, both our team members and our guests, that have breathed a special life into each location. Their devotion and spirit is what gives Besito heart.


Your dedicated patronage helps us to serve over 1,500 meals each week to school children in need...

As a company, we deeply value our guests. We feel that paying gratitude forward is a fundamental part of our culture. It's easy to make a huge difference in the lives of school children today. In rural San Miguel de Allende, Mexico the roads are dusty and the school buildings sparse. Although some children make their way to these schools, they often struggle due to empty stomachs that can make learning difficult.

Working with Feed the Hungry San Miguel has given our team the opportunity to give back to this beautiful culture that we love so much.

Besito has built school kitchens in San Miguel and is an official “Kitchen Angel" for the Clavellinas school. This sponsorship covers all fresh food for 1,500 meals every week throughout the school year as well as the cooks’ salaries, benefits, training, and awareness workshops. These kitchens employ local women and feed thousands of kinder and elementary students, often providing their only meal of the day.

Here is How it Works

Your Patronage + Our Passion & Gratitude = Paying it Forward to Children in Need

Find out more about Feed the Hungry San Miguel de Allende, and how you can help

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