In the newly remodeled, former home of Elizabeth Taylor (Casa Kimberly), Janice Chatterton of Hacienda San Angel has paid special attention to every architectural detail and Chef Eduardo Michaga Lucero’s expands his Mexican mestizo and contemporary cuisine in the casa’s restaurant, The Iguana. Ceviche, escargot, lobster tacos, arugula salad, and seafood soup will tempt the palate. Sea bass with hibiscus and chipotle; filet wrapped in hoya santa; grilled salmon with huitlacoche and squash blossoms; cabrería; pork shank; and grilled Cornish hen tamarind make main course choosing difficult. Flan de rompope and green apple turnover are sweet ways to end your fine-dining experience. Great tequila bar. Mariachi La Joya de México provides music Sunday-Friday, November thru April.
Mariachi La Joya de Mexico, one of Mexico’s most famous Mariachi troupes, serenades guests six nights a week from November through April at 7.30 pm with their powerful and romantic renditions of the genre’s classic songs.
Hotel guests are welcome for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Dinner only is currently served to non-hotel guests. For reservations or more information contact, firstname.lastname@example.org or call +52-322-222-1336 or from the US, toll free 877-218-3248.
The Iguana Tequila Bar
The Iguana Tequila Bar specializes in the region’s best tequilas and mezcals. With several dozen top flight and often rare labels, this is a tequila aficionado’s dream. Resident tequila experts can help acquaint newcomers to the heart and soul of this beloved spirit. Tasting flights, classes and more will be available, as well.
A full bar and wine list including some renowned Mexican labels are also available.
House specialty cocktails take advantage of local fruits, herbs and spices to create a uniquely enticing selection.
To maintain our fine dining experience, we request that guests refrain from wearing beach or board shorts, t-shirts or flip flops.. We thank you for your cooperation and look forward to serving you.Reservations
Please note that reservations are accepted but guests are accommodated on a first come, first served basis. We cannot guarantee specific table requests.
Puerto Vallarta and Bahía de Banderas (Banderas Bay) are a foodie’s feasting grounds with hundreds of restaurants including: establishments within hotels; independently operated; cenadurías (modest family-owned establishments) and comida corridas (simple places with fixed price menus); and taquerías (taco stands). Gaypv.com uses Puerto Vallarta Restaurant Guide Beck’s Best ©2016 A Guide for Food Lovers by Gary Beck as the basis for these condensed descriptions which we have limited to some of the independently operated restaurants. Our listing will help you get started. You can search by cuisine, area, or name. We’ve detailed about 100 restaurants in some of the more accessible tourist areas. For a comprehensive, more inclusive guide to the Bay food wise = food-wise, please purchase Beck’s Best on Amazon. Also, join one of Gary’s free Facebook groups for more real-time info: https://www.facebook.com/
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