2011 Puerto Vallarta Restaurant Week

by Craig Zabransky on May 6, 2011

Puerto Vallarta continues to build its reputation not just a places for a beach vacation, but also a place for fine dinning. A place not just for tacos (although you can find some of the best Tacos in Vallarta) but culinary excellence; Puerto Vallarta is a global “foodie” destination. And starting May 15th the annual Restaurant Week returns.

Started in 2005, the seventeen day (May 15th- May 31st) celebration begins and offers patrons chances to dine at some of the finest restaurants in the city (and surrounding area) for discounted prices. Each meal is either $189 or $299 (pesos) and contains three courses (appetizer, entree, dessert). All drinks and tips are not included in the set price.

The following list of restaurants are included

Centro – Down Town

  • Archie’s Wok
  • Barcelona Tapas
  • Bistro Balsamar
  • Cafe des Artistes
  • Casa Isabel, Madison South
  • Coco Tropical
  • Coco’s Kitchen
  • Daiquiri Dick’s
  • El Arrayán
  • El Dorado
  • French Riviera
  • Hacienda San Angel
  • Kaiser Maximilian
  • La Albufera
  • Las Palomas Malecón
  • Marantina Gastro Lounge
  • No Way Jose!
  • River Cafe
  • Si Señor
  • Taste Restaurant @ Casa Cupula
  • Trio
  • Tsunami
  • Vitea

the lamb chop from Trio... I recommend it.

Marina Vallarta

  • Arrecifes (The Westin Resort & Spa)
  • Mikado (Marriott)
  • PortoBello

Hotel Zone

  • De Santos
  • La Leche
  • Thierry’s Prime Steakhouse
  • Tsunami

South Shore

  • Blanca Blue Restaurant & Lounge
  • Le Kliff

Riviera Nayarit ( north of the City)

  • Cafe des Artistes del Mar
  • Frascati
  • Ginger Garden Lounge
  • Mezzogiorno
  • Nicksan
  • Peppers
  • PortoBello
  • Prime 159

sometimes you need the sampler...

The festival provides the perfect way to experience the cuisine of Puerto Vallarta. Buen Provecho!

photos: logo from event; food photos from Craig Zabransky

Craig travels around the world to write tales of travel aimed to encourage and inspire others to take and make adventure in their life. And after calling Mexico home for over a year, it secured a special place in his heart. He continues to return often and often considers it his second home. You can find more of his travels on his Stay Adventurous site and follow him on his Twitter: @stayadventurous..
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