20 - Feb
(Nearby Event: Food & Dining)
Where:Los Arcos Amphitheater, ón s/n, Centro, Fluvial Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY AT NOON A relaxed morning or afternoon of chatting, learning about local finger foods and tasting delicious authentic tacos. A (very) filling taco meal with a local friend. ​You´ll learn the history of tacos and how tacos are prepared and eaten around Mexico. We will visit up to 5 different taco spots in the central and south neighborhoods. You'll be able to taste 5 to 10 different tacos and many salsas and toppings. It's the most popular breakfast or lunch tacos in the city, the ones we locals often eat. You will try refried beans, beef and fish machaca, beef and pork birria, chicharron, carnitas, smoked marlin and baja style fish tacos, shrimp and octopus quesadillas and tacos de canasta. Plus, coffee, aguas frescas, beer and dessert. And lot's of fun. We'll visit street stands and small taco eateries, all of them family businesses. We will also visit a corn tortilla factory! After our walking and eating session, you will feel more connected to the fabulous local taco scene and you will be more than ready to continue exploring on your own with more knowledge and confidence. I will also show you additional spots that you can visit later on and give you lots of extra info on how to make your vacation more enjoyable. Also, do not miss Taco102 and Taco103. Enjoy Vallarta by the hand of a proud local. You take care of your check At every stop, you will learn the menus and prices. We will guide you through the selection process and recommend the most authentic and representative items. Then you pay for your own food.  The total expense per person for this very filling breakfast or lunch, including drinks and dessert and extras, is the equivalent to between $10 and $20 USD at the very most. Bring your pesos (we´ll help you wih the exchange if necessary) and your apetite! How longIt´s about 2.5 to 3 hours and about 1.5 miles, give or take. How muchThe walk is free. However, as a gratuity, You Pay What You Want. You decide
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