This is a typical almuerzo (lunch) restaurant that specializes in breakfast. For two bucks, take the big plunge and get the breakfast (supposedly smaller, but note the dripping sarcasm) portion of fried or shrimp al ajillo (garlic) that comes with rice, menestras (typical coastal beans) and patacones (fried plantains). You can also get a more traditional breakfast for the same price: eggs, two rolls, coffee and juice. No worries, the service is kind of random and a little slow, but you are at the beach so look out at the waves, chill out, and your hearty meal will eventually show up.
Corner of Malec├│n and the main street that leads into town.
Atmosphere: Nice view
Dress Code: Casual
Reservation: Not necessary
Getting There: If you are facing the beach, el economico is on the left side of the road that runs perpendicular to the water. when you get to the crossroads, it is the second restaurant on the left.
Park Options: Yes