Four Seasons Resort
Named for the Spanish word for "bay," Bahía by Richard Sandoval enjoys a prime spot amongst giant manzanilla trees on the Resort’s Las Cuevas beach. This contemporary seafood-centric beachfront grill and restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere with a sleek, contemporary Mexican design.
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Ketsi is perfect anytime of day. Located near the pool with breathtaking ocean views, our restaurant is shaded by a traditional thatched palapa roof and serves modern interpretations of Mexican classics amid a chic casual Mexican-style décor. A la carte each morning features both American and Mexican favourites including the traditional chilaquiles. A variety of fresh, local fruits and vegetables are used throughout the dining menus, along with the catch of the day.
Tail of the Whale
Located on the upper level of the golf clubhouse, Tail of the Whale restaurant has views of both the Pacific Ocean and our two Jack Nicklaus golf courses. Named after our signature island green and open daily for breakfast and lunch, Tail of the Whale is the perfect Punta de Mita area restaurant for a drink or a quick bite between games of tennis and golf.
Experience the best of contemporary Asian cuisine at Aramara, where influences from the Far East are blended with a taste of Mexico. Aramara – "sacred place by the ocean" in the native Huichol language – combines the simplicity of contemporary Asian cuisine with the produce and seafood of the Pacific, fresh from the shores of Punta Mita and the neighbouring fishing village of Sayulita, near Puerto Vallarta.
located inside the Punta Mita Resort in the Porta Fortuna development boasts spectacular views of the Pacific and a view towards the twinkling lights of Puerto Vallarta from across the bay. Sufi´s relaxed elegant atmosphere flirts with a Mexiterranean twist that is translated into culinary creations true to its environment and unique style… a signature style… the Porta Fortuna style… a lifestyle.
Punta De Mita
Si Señor’s setting matches any fantasy of seaside dining in Mexico. Greeted by one of our favorite and attentive waiters, Miguel, we settle into comfy “equipal” chairs under a canopy of romantically lit palm trees with the surf splashing against the sand — it doesn’t get much better than this. But then it does as we are served fresh margaritas with the tequila poured tableside into the hand blown Mexican glasses. Si Señor’s menu is varied, with a mix of Mexican specialties and seafood.
The seafood-focused Tuna Blanca follows a farm-to-table model, seeking out and highlighting the freshest seasonal ingredients from regional fisheries and farms in the Nayarit region of Mexico.
Thierry Blouet, Chef owner of the famous Café des Artistes in Puerto Vallarta, a restaurant that not only offers fine dining at its most elegant, but has also earned a distinguished reputation as one of the best restaurants in Mexico, will present a Mediterranean version oceanfront. The daily menu offers an interesting combination of choices like “Roasted sea bass with potato slices, fine herbs butter and spinach mousse”, “Tuna sashimi salad wrapped with sesame seed, lentil vinaigrette and wasabi foam” or for desert lovers “Big dancer Tuna Blanca” In addition, fine wines and other aperitifs are available in a relaxed atmosphere where the service is always personal and professional.
A favorite amongst residents and visitors alike with fresh seafood, lively service, and the best margaritas in town. Offers local seafood, Mexican and international Cuisine, full bar, beach and patio seating.