Puerto Vallarta

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Cafe des Artistes
9
$$$
Mexican
4 reviews
Chef Thierry Blouet's multiroom fantasia, Café des Artistes, is the fanciest restaurant in Puerto Vallarta, with some fancy prices to match. — Concierge
El Arrayan
9
$$
Mexican
4 reviews
No fusion here! Arrayán proudly serves up classic Mexican cuisine in a brick-walled, cozy room and open air dining area (in its own courtyard) filled with folk art. — Frommer's
Daiquiri Dick's
8
$$
Mexican
3 reviews
The name is tacky, but the lobster tacos are transcendent at Daiquiri Dick's, a palapa restaurant right on Los Muertos beach in Puerto Vallarta. — Concierge
Trio
8
$$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
Conviviality, hominess, and dedication on the parts of the chef-owners have made Trio one of Puerto Vallarta's best restaurants—hands down. — Fodor's
Hacienda San Angel Gourmet
8
$$$
Mexican
3 reviews
Ivy climbs hacienda-style columns, and chandeliers bathe in a romantic light the dining room of this stunningly restored boutique hotel-restaurant. — Fodor's
Mark's Bar and Grill
8
$$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
You can dine alone at the polished black-granite bar without feeling too lonely, or catch an important ball game. — Fodor's
Archie's Wok
8
$$
Asian
2 reviews
Dishes at this extremely popular pan-Asian restaurant include Thai garlic shrimp, pancit (Filipino stir-fry with pasta), and Singapore-style (lightly battered) crispy fish. — Fodor's
Vitea
8
$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
When chefs Bernhard Güth and Ulf Henriksson, of Trio, needed a challenge, they cooked up this delightful seaside bistro — Fodor's
La Palapa Restaurant
8
$$
Mexican
2 reviews
This beachside palapa restaurant defines enchantment, a decades-old favorite with beautiful amber lamps, candles, and lanterns illuminating the night. — Frommer's
Kaiser Maximilian
8
$$
European
2 reviews
Viennese entrées dominate the menu, which is modified each year when the restaurant participates in PV's culinary festival. — Fodor's
Porto Bello
8
$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
Yachties, locals, and other return visitors attest that everything on the menu here is good—start with mixed antipasto or fried calamari. — Fodor's
Cafe de Olla
8
$$
Mexican
2 reviews
Repeat visitors swear by the enchiladas and carne asadas at this earthy restaurant. — Fodor's
Mariscos 8 Tostadas
7
$$
Mexican
3 reviews
House specialties include shrimp, ceviche, and marlin tostadas, as well as tuna sashimi. — Afar Magazine
La Leche
7
$$$
Mexican
3 reviews
Servers are attentive and friendly, but there is ample time between courses, so be prepared for an enjoyable but lengthy evening. — Fodor's
Paris Cafe
7
$$
French
2 reviews
In El Centro at Paris Café, a gruff and eccentric Frenchman who bakes bare-chested is PV's version of Seinfeld's "soup Nazi." — Fodor's
La Bodeguita del Medio
7
$$
Latin
2 reviews
For a little taste of Cuba head to La Bodeguita del Medio, grab a mojito (I would advise asking them to put more rum in it), and bust out your salsa moves. — Afar Magazine
River Cafe
7
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
At night, candles flicker at white-skirted tables with comfortable cushioned chairs, and tiny white lights sparkle in palm trees surrounding the multilevel terrace. — Fodor's
El Dorado
7
$$
Mexican
2 reviews
This is the best place in town for seafood; the ocean view from under the tall, peaked palapa roof isn't bad either. — Fodor's
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