Puerto Vallarta

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Mexican
5 reviews
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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Mexican
4 reviews
Here you can find the things Abuelita (Grandma) still loves to cook, with a few subtle variations. — Fodor's
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Mexican
3 reviews
While Puerto Vallarta is replete with ideal "people-watching" perches, come to Daiquiri Dick's if you want to enjoy some fantastic "food-watching. — Frommer's
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Mexican
2 reviews
The tiny, hard-to-find cafe is worth the effort—a visit here will reward you with exceptional traditional Mexican cuisine and a whimsical crash course in contemporary culture. — Frommer's
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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
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Asian
3 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
3 reviews
Upscale hacienda in Old Vallarta with 16th-century antiques, secret gardens, and views across Banderas Bay — Jetsetter
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Cafe
2 reviews
One of Sayulita's pioneer restaurants has really gotten spiffy, adding tile mosaic accents and generally beautifying its terrace restaurant — Fodor's
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Mexican
3 reviews
Elegant beach dining at its best. — Lonely Planet
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Mexican
4 reviews
Service is very personal and friendly – expect pats on the back rather than kid gloves...The restaurant is strong on seafood and its duck signature dish, and it makes the eating experience lots of fun — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
It's worth a special trip to Bucerías just to eat at this open-air patio restaurant. — Frommer's
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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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European
2 reviews
Viennese entrées dominate the menu, which is modified each year when the restaurant participates in PV's culinary festival. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
One of the first restaurants in the marina, Porto Bello serves flavorful Italian dishes to the backdrop of docked sailboats and motor yachts. — Frommer's
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Mexican
2 reviews
One of my favorite Vallarta restaurants, the Café de Olla serves up the most consistently delicious Mexican food in town. — Frommer'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
2 reviews
Sayulita institution Don Pedro's has wonderful pizzas baked in a wood-fire oven, prepared by European-trained chef and co-owner Nicholas Parrillo. — Fodor's
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Italian
2 reviews
A cheerful, often-crowded spot for wood-fired pizzas, pastas and people-watching. Request a table upstairs by the window for great views. — Lonely Planet
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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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Cafe
2 reviews
Even in low season, Fredy's, next door to the Hotel de Roger, is packed full of Mexican families, gringo friends, and local business people. — Fodor's
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