Punta de Mita Restaurants

Updated: November 17, 2017

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The 5 Best Places to Eat in Punta de Mita

  1. Tuna Blanca • $$$$
    Thierry Blouet Mexican restaurant in Punta Mita
    Showstopping Mexican haute cuisine, featuring organic produce, fresh-caught fish, and seasonal dishes. Owned by rock star chef Thierry Blouet, their rich menu features contemporary recipes highlighting local ingredients alongside elevated versions of traditional fare. Try their Shrimp Temazcal served with flaming raicilla or their octopus ceviche! Bold flavors and French inspiration are paired with dramatic presentation, a curated selection of Mexican and international wines, and creative cocktails. Meals are usually served outdoors under the palapa roof, toes-in-the-sand optional, though their indoor dining room is gorgeous with artistic, sea-inspired décor. Reservations strongly recommended.
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  2. Naef Café • $$-$$$
    Best coffee in Punta de Mita
    Cheery restaurant with stellar breakfast, lunch, and desserts served in a whimsical garden courtyard. Their menu features Mexican and European favorites using local ingredients and free-range eggs gathered from their own chickens, some of which share the garden space. Everything from the kitchen is outstanding, but they are best known for their homemade ice creams, fresh bread and egg dishes (their quiche and French toast are not to be missed!), and the best coffee in the village. The ice cream shop is open year-round, but the café closes during the summer months.
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  3. Norma’s Tacos • $
    Best tacos in Punta de Mita
    Open for dinner only, Norma’s is the single best spot in Punta de Mita for authentic tacos, pozole, and sopes. This family-owned restaurant runs out of the front porch of their home, tucked in the residential Emiliano Zapato neighborhood of Punta de Mita. Atmosphere is warm and casual. Guests are invited to bring their own beer, which they can buy from the minimart on the corner, or try the house special agua de avena, a sweet oatmeal drink that tastes similar to horchata. Pozole is only served on Saturdays and Sundays; the restaurant closes on Wednesdays.
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  4. Punta Mercedes • $$-$$$
    Punta de Mita beachfront restaurant
    Upscale food and impeccable service in a relaxed setting, with an extensive wine list, amazing tequila selection, and wood fired oven. The menu fuses Italian and Argentine flavors with local veggies and seafood. Food is decadent, from their hot rock starters (premium beef or tuna served over a hot rock, which sears it at your table) to their wildly popular lobster pizza. Beachfront tables are perfect for a couple’s sunset dinner or for families, as the kids can play in the gentle waves while meals are being prepared.
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  5. Casa Teresa • $$$$
    Intimate Italian restaurant in Punta de Mita
    Family-run Italian restaurant with an indulgent menu, grotto-style bar, and opulent décor. Food here celebrates the flavors of Sicily, using family-recipes and traditional methods paired with local, market-fresh herbs, vegetables, and meats. The menu changes daily, but their famous lasagna and focaccia are always featured. Italian wines are prominently featured, and each table gets their own fun “push for wine” button. This intimate, atmospheric gem is ideal for romantic dinners and special occasions.
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