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dining and nightlife in Acapulco, mexico


 

Acapulco restaurants run the gamut from traditional and casual family-run Mexican operations to ultra-luxurious fine dining of a world-class level. Of course, seafood is king here, but you won’t have any problem finding ‘land-based’ entrees either. Nearly all the resorts along “the Golden Zone” on the northern beaches offer at least a couple different dining options, and the larger hotels have weekly Mexican Fiesta and/or theme nights that offer a great value for food and entertainment. There are plenty of options here for any taste, including Italian and French. You’re likely to find more selection in the category of ‘traditional Mexican’ dining in the city, and those on a budget will find simpler but excellent food at good prices here. Even if you’re not on a budget, the traditional Mexican restaurants offer great dining and a glimpse into ‘real Mexico’.

 

The beautiful sunsets at Acapulco are always a reason to gather over a cocktail. You’ll find suitable sunset-watching tables at bars all over the beach, but arrive a little early to insure the best seats and un-obstructed views.

If you're like most people, when you hear "Acapulco", you immediately think about the cliff divers. Sure, they're alright to watch, but to be honest, we'd rather see them do cannonballs rather than dive. And speaking of dives, if you really want to be impressed, come dive into a refreshing yard glass of beer. Now that's an accomplishment. But on a serious note, Senor Frog's Acapulco is a crazy atmosphere with all sorts of pranks being played, tequila shooters being offered, and some things you just have to see to believe. But it all fits perfect with the carefree tourist attitude in Acapulco. Stop by and see for yourself.

 


 

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