Entertainment | Restaurants & Dining | August 2009
|El Arrayán End of Summer News and Updates|
Patrick Harrison - PVNN
August 30, 2009
Puerto Vallarta - El Arrayán, everyone's favorite Mexican Restaurant in Banderas Bay, voted Vallarta Lifestyle's 'Best Mexican' by a landslide for five years in a row, which closed for vacation on August 24th, will re-open on September 8, 2009 after a much needed vacation.
|Celebrate Mexico's Dia de la Independencia at El Arrayán on Tuesday, September 15th, starting at 6 pm. Enjoy live Mexican music by Los Frijoleros and win a prize playing Mexican Bingo.|
Then just one week later, come celebrate Mexico's "Dia de la Independencia" at everyone's favorite Mexican Restaurant in Banderas Bay on Tuesday, September 15th, starting at 6 pm. Enjoy live Mexican music with the Los Frijoleros and win a prize playing Mexican Bingo. Order an ŕ-la-carte dinner from their diverse menu and get one free tequila shot when you order a main dish.
You may also want to try their popular summer special "Chiles en Nogada," a traditional Mexican dish from Puebla, or other tempting specials from Chef Mariano. Dress code: Mexican Ranchero. Seating is limited so reservations are required. Email your reservations today to elarrayanpvr(at)gmail.com or call (322) 222-7195.
Awarded the AAA 3 Diamond restaurant and named Vallarta's "Best Mexican Restaurant" for the past five years in a row, El Arrayán is located in downtown Puerto Vallarta at #344 Allende, just a short stroll from the Malecón. Open Wednesday-Sunday (closed Mondays and Tuesdays) from 6 pm to 11 pm. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted. Reservations online at ElArrayan.com.mx or by calling (322) 222-7195.
Click HERE to learn more about El Arrayán.
Born in Seattle, WA, Patrick Harrison has been living in PV since 2003. Drawing on his experience in entertainment, radio, retail and sports marketing in major US cities, Patrick opened his own business here in Vallarta, P. Gringo Marketing & PR, a successful Public Relations Firm that targets the English-speaking tourist and local communities. You can contact Patrick at patrick(at)pgringo.com
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