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I go here for the books....to recycles my old ones and get new reads. Unfortunately l am now mostly in a wheelchair and it is very difficult to navigate their isles with stepladders in the isles and no room to be able to get in...and see the book titles. There are some spaces where you need to carefully back out while in your chair. Very difficult to say the least, but where can you go in PV for such a large selection of English books?More

Date of visit: April 2021
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Reviewed February 20, 2021

We happened on this awesome place after dinner in the area. A used bookstore of quality books in English, pastires, coffee and art. While I browsed books, my husband had a slice of carrot cake and a coffee. He says the carrot cake was okay...(he's a carrot cake connaisseur) and the coffee was very good. I found the book selection to be very good! Thank you A Page in the Sun for giving us book lovers an alternative to our Kindles!More

Date of visit: February 2021
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Reviewed January 30, 2021 via mobile

This hidden treasure is an oasis of calm and yet energized delight...part cafe, gallery and used bookstore, you feel enveloped by culture without pretense.. For this review, I will say that the cafe foods are delicious and well-thought out...handmade yummies from salads to Tres Leches...are on point, artistically crafted, and made with care. It is a family business and the employees are a direct extension of that familial energy...in addition to fare and java, they also have wines that enjoyed by the owners at nearby tables...I particularly enjoy the omelette, which I have with a side of their homemade pesto, a verdant delight! They also have some traditional Mexican fare, as well as soups made like your madre! I am a regular...feel free to tell them Corey sent you...and check out the Instagram as well...Buon Appetite!!More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed January 24, 2021

I loved this cute cafe for breakfast. The food was great and so was the service. I had eggs with beans and tortillas. I will definitely be back!

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed December 5, 2020

Lovely cafe setting that also includes a bookstore and gallery. The staff here are great! I had a delicious green juice smoothie and a vegetarian sandwich. I also bought some of their freshly ground coffee for the espresso machine at our rental and the flavor...was AMAZING.More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed September 21, 2020

The host that met us at our condo sent us here! I think her mother was the owner! LOVED IT! Great coffee, we had breakfast here most days.... very good, always fresh and delicious! Great value too... give it a try!

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed March 9, 2020 via mobile

A funky kind of place where you can buy and exchange books and have a great breakfast or sandwich. The coffee and beverages are excellent. Went there to look for books for our vacation and wound up having lunch. Not touristy in the least which...makes it attractive. Service is a bit slow which is the only drawback. Searched through the books while we waited for lunch.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed March 9, 2020 via mobile

What a treat to find this little bohemian gem. It sits at the South end of the Malecon, across from Lazaro Cardenas Park. A Page In the Sun is a funky used-book store, gallery, coffee shop and roaster, bakery and bistro. The on-site owners roast...their own coffee, which can be purchased ground or whole bean to take home, or enjoy you favourite espresso-based concoction in store surrounded by brass sculptures and shelves filled with books. Most books are in English, but there is a decent French section and a small selection of Spanish titles. One whole wall is just beach reads, but I was drawn to the modern-lit section of award winning novels. I familiarized myself with my selection while enjoying a double espresso and a Tuna stuffed Avocado, which was served with a mixed Salad. It was a perfect light lunch and reasonably healthy, but this is no heath food haven. Be sure to sample the large house-baked cookies, cakes and other treats. Friendly staff, hands-on owners and a relaxed atmosphere make this a comfortable place to spend a few minutes or a few hours.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed March 2, 2020

Been here once before my experience was not good & sadly my second experience was even worse. Went early morning during the weekday & it was crazy. I sat down on my table waited for about 15 minutes nobody came to greet me or take...my order. I got up went to the lady at the counter who look disturbed that I was even talking to her then finally a kid server saw me & took my order. This place is crazy, its a book store, art gallery and appears some people run their home business from there I saw one lady showing customers pieces of her work in the back..strange.. maybe she paying rent? I was hungry, nobody came to ask me if I was ok, wanted a refill or anything so I decided to leave. I told the kid server my check I waited again 15 minutes no check? So I went to the register to pay the lady said I had to pay the server? The kid server came gave me my check and I left. Horrible Horrible experience who runs this place?More

Date of visit: February 2020
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apitspv, Agencia/Consultora at A Page in the Sun, responded to this reviewResponded March 4, 2020

Hello RJ1983, We are very sorry that your experience with us did not meet your expectations. We take our clients' comments very seriously in order to continuously optimize our services and processes. We will work hard to improve this aspect of our business so that...More

Reviewed February 17, 2020

My spouse and I decided to have lunch there. We had a bagel sandwich and the pesto chicken sandwich. Both were dry, the bread of the pesto sandwich was a bit too hard. The pineapple drink/juice was fresh and delicious. Service was friendly. Unfortunately, we...did not have anything that would make us return. In summary, it was nothing special.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Carol B
November 2, 2019|
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Response from apitspv | Property representative |
Hello Carol, it is true. We moved next door where Demetro Gallery is. We are sharing the space with them! It's a magical mix between art, books and coffee, and we're really happy with this change. APITS is open from 7am to... More
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Janetharsha
March 15, 2017|
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¡Hola! We are open daily 7am to 11 pm. Looking foward to have you over!
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August 28, 2016|
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Yes...I like the option of purchasing or donating and getting credits towards other purchases.
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