Puerto Vallarta Restaurants
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The Iguana Restaurant open air restaurant, overlooks the city of Puerto Vallarta and Banderas Bay, serves contemporary Mexican cuisine in an elegant but informal ambience. Retractable walls take advantage of gentle coastal breezes and crystal chandeliers add soft light while water dances in the adjacent courtyard fountain. The dining room wraps around to an outdoor patio with shady palms and another central fountain. In between is nestled the boutique Tequila Bar, serving a wide array of top flight tequilas and mezcals, all made within driving distance of Casa Kimberly in the legendary region of Jalisco. Executive Chef Eduardo Michaga Lucero has created a menu blending traditional Mexican dishes with modern culinary influences. Fresh, local and seasonal are his guiding principles. Also directing the kitchen at sister hotel Hacienda San Angel, Chef Lucero’s cooking has become a favorite of locals and visitors alike.More
Famous for the wide variety of sensational cuisines found in its many restaurants, Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico's premiere gourmet destinations. But, if you are looking for a Puerto Vallarta restaurant that offers fine dining at its most pleasurable, a visit to Café des Artistes is a requisite.
A dream come true for owner/chef Thierry Blouet, Cafe des Artistes is one of the most renowned restaurants in Mexico. In its more than 26 years of service, Café des Artistes Bistro Gourmet, where you can expect exceptional service and a menu that will intrigue the most exacting palate.
Open daily for dinner, Cafe des Artistes offers an incomparable ambience that includes comfortable air-conditioned dining rooms, romantic corners, a high terrace under the stars, a lush outdoor garden that provides the perfect setting for birthday celebrations, special dinners or group events.More
Sonora Grill Prime is a Mexican steak restaurant and wine bar. The restaurant has two floors, each with their own distinct style. The first floor is more rustic, with lots of stained wood and warm earthy tones to create a relaxing atmosphere. The second is more modern and reminiscent of an upscale nightclub with wall to wall mirrors and large floor to ceiling windows that overlook the city. Sonora Grill Prime's menu celebrates the various cuts of steak and the many different ways to prepare them. These include rib eye carnitas and prime rib sliders.More