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tacos el punto

Francisco Medino, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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  • Excellent67%
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  • Poor33%
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13 May 2015
“Los más sabrosos tacos y alambres ”
17 Sep 2013
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Francisco Medino, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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  • Address: Francisco Medino, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • Location: Mexico  >  Jalisco  >  Puerto Vallarta
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This was a little storefront taco stand on the street just north of the Malecon ( about a five minute walk). It served the pastore style (barbecued meat on a stick) of tacos and they were delicious. We would stop here on our way downtown and have them as an appetizer. They were 5 tacos for 35 pesos ($3). Incredibly inexpensive and incredibly good. The chairs outside on the side walk are red so we nicknamed the resteraunt the red chair cafe. We usually stoppedon our walk back to the hotel for a chat with the family that owned the resteraunt and really enjoyed lesteneing to thier stories and comments on PV and the culture of the city. They were such friendly people and helped to make our vacation a little bit more special. We loved this little reseraunt.
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