Puerto Vallarta

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Mexican
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A setting that couldn't be more romantic, with magnificent hilltop views, a dining room bedecked with hundreds of tear-drop shaped crystals hanging from the ceiling and flowers galore. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
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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
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Mexican
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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
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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
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Mexican
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One of Puerto Vallarta's oldest restaurants and the first one established on the beach, remains one of the city's most popular dining options...specializing in tropical Mexican cuisine — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
When chefs Bernhard Güth and Ulf Henriksson, of Trio, needed a challenge, they cooked up this delightful seaside bistro. — Fodor's
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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
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European
2 reviews
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Mediterranean
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Mexican
2 reviews
Repeat visitors swear by the enchiladas and carne asadas at this earthy restaurant. — Fodor's
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Mexican
3 reviews
House specialties include shrimp, ceviche, and marlin tostadas, as well as tuna sashimi. — Afar Magazine
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Mexican
3 reviews
The go-to place for locals seeking a chic bar and dependably excellent meal. The duck, whether served in tacos, chimichangas, or as a seared breast, gets rave reviews all around town. — Concierge
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Mexican
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This small no-frills restaurant offers what many claim to be the best tacos in all of Banderas Bay, but also the most expensive. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
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La Cruz is slowly becoming more sophisticated (okay, gentrified), and Frascati combines the Old World and the New: It's friendly and intimate while simultaneously sophisticated. — Fodor's
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French
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This mid-size enclave is sure to satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth, particularly those fond of well-crafted french crepes. — Fodor's
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Mexican
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Italian
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Mexican
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Deli
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A gourmet deli in the marina area with big, bold, modern art on the walls. — Lonely Planet
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