The Mexican Flavors Of April

The Mexican Flavors Of April

Spring is in full swing, the afternoons are sunny, the trees are full of flowers and the seasonal ingredients are juicier, tastier, and brighter than ever. This month brings so many flavors that invite you to spend the day looking for the ideal ingredients to prepare...
The Black Flower of the Aztecs

The Black Flower of the Aztecs

Vanilla was already highly valued in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica (especially in Mexico) and was introduced into Europe by Spanish conquistadors, extending to the rest of the world later. The history of vanilla is associated with that of chocolate. Its origin is Mexican....
This is a first for Vallarta Eats

This is a first for Vallarta Eats

Meet our “honorary guest” For the first time in nearly 7 years, we had a guest take 4 tours in less than a week. Yes, you read that right — a guest took 4 food tours in less than one week. We have had guests come back after enjoying one foodie...
The Origins Of The Birria Taco

The Origins Of The Birria Taco

Here in Puerto Vallarta — and Mexico for that matter — has a long tradition of great and delicious “street food.” One of the dishes that best represent the beautiful State of Jalisco is the famous “Birria.” Here at Vallarta Eats, when you book and take our Signature...
Pilar’s Traditional Chiles En Nogada

Pilar’s Traditional Chiles En Nogada

Traditional Chiles en Nogada: A Feast for the Eyes and Appetite Recipe Courtesy of Pilar Martz A dish that truly honors the traditions of Mexico is traditional Chiles en Nogada. The colors in the Mexican Flag are proudly represented. Green from the roasted and peeled...