: Considered North America's first indigenous distilled spirit, tequila production originated in the 16th century near the town of Tequila, Jalisco. It is made from agave, a plant considered sacred by the Aztec, who used it to produce octly, a fermented beverage now known as pulque.
Insalata Di Pera
: Insalata Di Pera by Frascati
Tuna Steak with Hibiscus Glaze and Grilled Pineapple Slaw
: Tuna Steak with Hibiscus Glaze and Grilled Pineapple Slaw by época.
Ravioli with Mixed Lettuces
: Ravioli with Mixed Lettuces courtesy of Kaiser Maximilian
Cochinita Pibil Pork, Achiote and Banana Leaf Stew
: Cochinita Pibil Pork, Achiote and Banana Leaf Stew courtesy by El Arrayán.
I want my tuna
: I want my tuna by La Leche Alamacén Gourmet de Alfonso Cadena
Chicken With Spinach
: Chicken with Spinach by La Piazzetta
: Calamari Ripieni by Trattoria Michel.
: Step into just about any restaurant in Puerto Vallarta or any oceanfront destination in Mexico, for that matter, and chances are you will find this delicious citrus-marinated seafood salad on the menu. Commonly served as an appetizer, ceviche is prepared by combining chunks of raw fish, sliced or chopped onion, chopped tomatoes and cilantro with limejuice.
Macadamia-encrusted Chilean Sea Bass
: Macadamia-encrusted Chilean Sea Bass courtesy of Tikul.
Costeletta de Agnello Rack of Lamb
: Costelleta de Agnello Rack of Lamb
Prawns with Asian Herbs, Green Papaya Salad and Scallops
: Prawns with Asian Herbs, Green Papaya Salad and Scallops.
Chiles Secos: The Essense of Mexican Salsa
: An essential element of Mexican cuisine, hot peppers, or chiles, can be used and purchased either fresh, canned or dehydrated (secos). In fact, chile seco is a term used for a broad variety of peppers that are allowed to mature and dehydrate.
Scallop Ceviche with “Red Sky” Sauce
: Scallop Ceviche with "Red Sky" Sauce courtesy of Le Bistro.
Eggplant Ravioli a la Lecther
: Eggplant Ravioli a la Lecther courtesy of Mezzogiorno.
Pork Shank in Peanut Mole
: Pork Shank in Peanut Mole courtesy of Agave Grill.
Ravioles San Angel
: Ravioli stuffed with traditional Mexican cheese. Served with shrimp and finished with a tomato-garlic sauce.
: Few can resist being seduced by this popular liqueur made from Mexican coffee, and many include it in their list of gifts to bring back home.
Sauerbraten with Red Cabbage
: Courtesy of Hacienda Alemana
Fusilli Porto Bello
: Courtesy of Porto Bello
Flounder with Apricot
: Courtesy of Vista Grill
Blue Cheese Chopped Salad
: Courtesy of Outback Steakhouse