we stopped in about 6 of the shops and loved each one of them- all different, local artists were there or represented in their work in the stores, and nothing felt touristy. There is something for all spending brackets as well- from just a few dollars to thousands- but nothing that screams "cheap tourist" stuff. Xantera was just OK for lunch. I had the Mahi Cakes which was a daily special- and that was the best of the lot. Others had carnita enchiladas (disappointing), and steak salad- just OK. Portion size was good, but it is I think too pricy for the quality. And the wines by the glass are way overpriced- $11-12 for KJ chardonnay for ex. I would go back to the village for the art, but would spend my $ on that rather than eat there again.
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