While in Puerto Vallarta, I signed up to do a tacos and tequila tour of downtown PV. It was filled with a few delicious tacos and many agave based drinks.
We started at Joe Jack’s Fish Shack with a delicious Fish Taco and an Ancho Mezcal-tini.
After not eating since before my 9am flight, this fish taco tasted like heaven. I could have ate at least 10.
As the tour progressed, everything became more agave (tequila) based, besides some beer from a brewery. The owners of Monzón Brewing Co. actually moved down from the PNW so it had a very Northwest vibe, which was cool to see in such a different setting.
Drinks throughout the tour consisted of Paloma, Mezcal, Raicilla, and of course, a Margarita (jalapeño or cucumber).
We ended the tour at Vista Grill on the Beach watching a beautiful sunset over the ocean and enjoying some dessert.
At the end of this tour, I was left with a semi-full stomach and craving more. The tour guide, Juri, gave many recommendations for food around the area and I definitely indulged myself in her suggestions.
I highly recommend Vallarta Food Tours for those interested in a food tour of Puerto Vallarta. It’s cheap, affordable, and will be a great way to learn the city and where to eat.
Ciao for now,