Vallarta · Nayarit Restaurants are Ready for Restaurant Week 2021

From September 15th to October 10th, 2021, the 17th edition of Restaurant Week will take place in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit. This important culinary event is organized by Vallarta Lifestyles Media Group and is supported in its national and international promotion by the Public Trust for the Promotion and Tourist Advertising of Puerto Vallarta, as well as by the Riviera Nayarit Conventions and Visitors Bureau.

This year, the Puerto Vallarta’s participating restaurants are Abbraccio Cucina Italiana, Arrecifes Seafood & Steakhouse, Azafrán, Basilio Comer & Beber, Café des Artistes, Casa 449, Di Vino Dante, Eclecticos Restaurante & Bar, Hacienda San Ángel Gourmet, IK Mixology Bar & Cuisine, Joe Jack’s Fish Shack, Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant & Café, La Cappella, La Leche, Le Kliff, Makal, Mikado, Opa Greek Bistro, Serrano’s Meat House, Sonora House, The Iguana Restaurant & Tequila Bar and Trattoria Di Nuovo.

On the other hand, the Riviera Nayarit’s participating restaurants are LOMA 42 BAHÍA, Mark’s Bar & Grill, Sabal Playa · Ocean Club and Casual Dining, Sandrina’s Cocina Mediterránea/Griega, Tuna Blanca and Venazú.

Restaurant Week 2021 will present three categories of menus: 299, 399, and 466 pesos per person. Rates do not include drinks nor tips.

Sponsors

Once again, Restaurant Week 2021 will be sponsored by two renowned and important companies for the regional and national restaurant industry: Cristalería del Pacífico, a Vallarta’s company with more than 30 years of experience, which has been recognized as one of the best distributors of supplies for restaurants and hotel chains of international prestige; as well as by Vinoteca, a Mexican company with more than 20 branches in the country that, since 2015, was established in Puerto Vallarta to offer the highest quality wines and spirits from different parts of the world.

About Restaurant Week

Since its launch in 2004, Restaurant Week has offered the opportunity to enjoy innovative three-course menus at reduced prices in some of the most prestigious restaurants in the destination.

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