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Restaurant Week 2020 kicks off on September 15, coinciding with the start of Mexico’s Fiestas Patrias, a celebration of the country’s nationhood that stirs up its citizen’s patriotic fervor and extends even into its gastronomy. This year, 49 restaurants in the Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta have signed up to participate in the 16th edition of this culinary festival that...
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Leasing agency Ryan Donner & Associates and Bonito Kitchen are pleased to announce the much-anticipated opening of the local favorite Bonito Kitchen & Bar at one of the most iconic riverside locations in El Centro and Zona Romántica areas: the site of the former La Surtidora del Puente department store at Insurgentes 108, Colonia Emiliano...
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The local congress of Oaxaca approved the reform of the Law on the Rights of Girls, Boys and Adolescents to prohibit the sale, gift, distribution or promotion of junk food to minors. This Wednesday, August 5, becomes a historic day for all of Mexico, since the LXIV Legislature of Oaxaca becomes the first in the...
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The 16th edition of Restaurant Week is set to take place between September 15 and October 10, 2020. The event is organized by Vallarta Lifestyles Media Group with the support of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) and Puerto Vallarta tourism institutions. Restaurant Week celebrates the gastronomy of Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera...
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Do you know what the Riviera Nayarit and its coastal villages taste like? What about Sayulita, San Blas or Mexcaltitán? In Mexico’s Pacific Treasure (as this tourist destination is also known), tastes intensely of the sea, nature, and tradition, making its gastronomy a wonderful luxury. However, luxury doesn’t just mean expensive dishes and exclusive restaurants—though...
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If you add garlic to your guacamole, we have bad news: You’re not doing it right. Do you mince the onion? That’s also a no-no. And, please, leave the avocado lumpy. So says 97-year-old Diana Kennedy, a foremost authority on traditional Mexican cuisine. Over many decades, she has mastered, documented and become fiercely protective of...
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More Mexican steaks and other beef cuts are headed north of the border after the coronavirus outbreak has hobbled U.S. meat processing plants, potentially offsetting fears of shortages affecting businesses from fast-food chains to grocery stores but angering American ranchers. The Mexican industry chalks up the export growth to new safety measures adopted by plants,...
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Fomento Economico Mexicano SAB, which operates Latin America’s largest convenience store chain, said its Oxxo stores in Mexico are quickly running out of beer after the government shut down breweries as non-essential businesses last month. The company, known as Femsa, told analysts in a conference call Thursday that it was not clear when Mexican breweries...
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After the federal government decreed a state of emergency in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the temporary suspension of non-essential activities and services was announced, so that beer production in Mexico will stop, at least until April 30. The president of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry ( Canacintra ), Enoch Castellanos, announced...
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Is toloache a powerful plant to make your crush fall in love with you, or a powerful hallucinogenic drug and highly harmful to neurons? The functions of this ancient Mexican herb depend on the consumer and what they are looking for. For those who seek love, according to popular belief, a few drops of toloache...
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For the second consecutive year, the National Tequila Day will be held, with a week of activities that will begin on March 21 and will include several cities in the country, which will install samples of mixology and gastronomy. The intention is to “fall in love” with the beverage that has a Denomination of Origin,...
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At least 9,000 years ago, humans began domesticating corn for the first time near Tehuacan, in the central Mexican state of Puebla, laying the foundation for permanent settlements in the Americas. But in the past few years, more frequent and longer droughts have forced many farmers in the area to give up corn and other...
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In honor of Andale Restaurant’s 40th Anniversary, the restaurant is hosting a 40th-anniversary bash. The family-owned Mexican restaurant has been a Puerto Vallarta favorite for four decades and has cemented itself as a city landmark since it opened. The “Fiesta en la Calle” street party will take place in the front of the restaurant and...
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For the fifth year in a row, three of Nayarit’s restaurants have been included on the 2020 list of 120 restaurants published by Culinaria Mexicana/S. Pellegrino y Nespresso in their Guía México Gastronómico, edited this year by Larousse Cocina. The three restaurants that confirmed their status among the country’s best culinary establishments are The St....
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Have a cold one, have an “El Chapo” beer. That’s the message of Alejandrina Guzman, whose company has developed a craft beer dedicated to her infamous, incarcerated kingpin father Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. The beer is part of the “El Chapo 701” brand, which has already launched a clothing line, and gets its name from...
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