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in Puerto Vallarta and Around Banderas Bay...
There's more to eating out in Puerto Vallarta than just "thank you, drive through." There isn't a Taco Bell here in Vallarta, but we do have McDonald's, Burger King, Domino's Pizza and a Pizza Hut. But where's the fun in that?
One of the best parts of taking a vacation is the opportunity to go out to eat for every meal, and here in Puerto Vallarta, dining out is a culinary smorgasbord. The restaurants around Banderas Bay offer a wide variety of the world's most sensational cuisines, and each November, award winning chefs from around the world come to share their culinary secrets with local chefs at the Puerto Vallarta Gourmet Festival.
From gourmet restaurants where meals take two, or even three, hours to fast food franchises and family-owned restaurants serving "comida corrida" at reasonable prices, you can savor the flavors of Mexico - and the world - at the restaurants in Puerto Vallarta Mexico.
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Puerto Vallarta Opens Access to Malecón Restaurants
City council and union representatives have agreed to open access to restaurants on the Puerto Vallarta Malecón starting May 25. However, non-essential businesses in this area will remain closed until the federal or state government announces the new provisions.
Sello Rojo Donates One Million Liters of Milk to Jalisco
On Tuesday, Sello Rojo and ranchers from Los Altos de Jalisco introduced 'One Million Liters, One Million Thanks,' an initiative that will deliver milk to those who need it most through the Government of Jalisco and the #JaliscoSinHambre program.
Three Ways to Enjoy Daiquiri Dick's Creative Cuisine
You don't have to leave Puerto Vallarta to savor the flavors of the world, just head over to Daiquiri Dick's. The menu at this beachfront restaurant is always evolving, and now they've added breakfast, lunch and dinner specials for dine-in, take-out or home delivery.
Chocolate Crack: An Easy Crowd Pleasing Dessert Recipe
Puerto Vallarta foodie, Andrea Jupina, shares another recipe from her 'Accidentally Delicious' kitchen. This time, it's for 'Chocolate Crack,' a super easy-to-make dessert that's positively addictive - and you only need 4 ingredients to make this crowd pleaser.
Puerto Vallarta Garden Club Update & Food Bank Appeal
The PV Garden Club supports not only a more beautiful, clean and verdant city, but is also making it more attractive to tourism, thus creating a vibrant economy to support all the other great causes in Puerto Vallarta. Here's the latest news from the PVGC.
Pan Cooking from Andrea's Puerto Vallarta Kitchen
I love to cook and I love good food. So one good thing about staying home is that I get to play in my kitchen whenever I want. Sometimes I feel like trying my hand at a new food project. So here's the recipe for my latest creation: Pasta Andrea a la Salmon Cream Sauce.
Galleria Dante & Di Vino Dante Spring-Summer News
Spring and Summer news from Galleria Dante, the largest and most eclectic art gallery in Puerto Vallarta. Read all about the newly renovated spaces in both the gallery and the restaurant; gift certificates and lay away plans; and plans for the future.
New Crisis Looming: Mexico is Running Out of Beer
Mexico News Daily
As the country faces another month of quarantine, a new crisis looms on the horizon: Mexico is running out of beer. The government closure of breweries in April has caused shortages in convenience stores, which are seeing income plummet by as much as 40 percent.
Avocados From Mexico Launches Guacamole Contest
On Friday, Avocados From Mexico announced its Guac & Beyond Contest to help chefs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The contest was designed to offer foodservice professionals some financial support and encourage chefs to share their creative and delicious ideas for guacamole.
Tunnel Road BBQ Throws a Lifeline to Vallarta Families
Puerto Vallarta families struggling to deal with the economic impact of COVID-19 now have a vital lifeline thanks to Tunnel Road BBQ owners, Jimmy Plouff and Frankie Victoria, who have converted their restaurant into a food bank that's serving up to 70 families per day.