We have so much for which to be grateful. For those of us who find ourselves in Puerto Vallarta on the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, that adds an extra special dose of gratitude!
Join No Way José! on Thursday, November 26 for a 2-hour live Mariachi concert. Your ticket price includes a delicious 3-course No Way José! award-winning meal, a welcome margarita, and 2 hours of Mariachi classics.
If you prefer our #1 dish of the house, our Chiles en Nogada, or an extra special Steak & Lobster tail dinner instead of turkey, we have what you want to create a holiday memory with Mexican ingredients. For $1600 pesitos (approximately $80 USD) per person, you can enjoy an evening on our open-air terrace, safely-spaced tables and a reduced 50% seating capacity to protect your health and safety.
No Way José! Restaurant/Bar welcomes you to La Zona Romantica on the south side of Puerto Vallarta at Calle 5 de Febrero 260, just over the Vallarta Street bridge on your left heading south from the Malecon. Open Tuesday through Sunday, closed Mondays, for dinner from 5 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
For more info: www.nowayjosemx.com | +52 322 223-2853
Good news will be flying in this November with an increase in activity for the “Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz” Airport, as it’s been recently reported by the Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP) the airport will be receiving 1,132 flights, a 21% increase over October. In the same report, GAP announced that 15 airlines -10 international and 5 national- will be flying in this month, with an average of 42 flights per day.
American Airlines will offer new flights in their Dallas-PVR/RN and Phoenix-PVR/RN routes, totaling 148 flights for the month.
Delta Airlines will restart their Atlanta- PVR/RN and Salt Lake City-PVR/RN routes, while keeping their LAX-PVR/RN route steady. 56 projected flights for November.
Alaska Airlines will maintain their routes -LAX-PVR, SEA-PVER, SAN-PVR, SJC-PVR, PDX-PVR and SFO-PVR- at 31 flights per week for a total of 124 this month.
Likewise, Southwest Airlines is projected to complete 64 flights this month, keeping their Phoenix-PVR/RN and Houston-PVR/RN routes.
United Airlines will increase frequencies to 54 weekly flights or 216 for the month.
The airport reports that 9 weekly flights from Canadian airlines West Jet, Swoop, Air Canada, and Air Transat are booked, coming from Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, and Montreal.
Nationally, Aeroméxico will offer 6 flights per week. Transportes Aéreos Regionales is steady at 20 weekly flights. Aerolitoral and Aeromar will bring 37 flights per week to the region. Viva Aerobús is offering 29 flights per week. Volaris offers 28 flights each week. And finally, Magnicharters will be offering 2 weekly flights.
From November 9th until November 13th 2020, the Instituto Vallartense de Cultura will be hosting the Finnish Cinema Sample, with five contemporary productions from the Nordic country.
With a selection of 5 movies -both fiction and documentary- and before each film the short ‘Birds in the Earth’ by Marja Helander will be screened. All films will be screened at 7:00 pm at the IVC auditorium.
- The Eternal Road / Birds in the Earth / November 9th
- Steam of Life / Birds in the Earth / November 10th
- Calamari Union / Birds in the Earth / November 11th
- M / Birds in the Earth / November 12th
- Fire-Eater / Birds in the Earth / November 13th
Litten Brød (Danish for little bread) was founded by Brian Bielenberg and Jupy Monarrez. This artisan danish bakery opened its doors back in February (2020) at Lázaro Cárdenas 311, Emiliano Zapata, in the Romantic Zone, with the concept of Hygge: 'A quality of coziness & comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being.'
The traditions of baking authentic cakes, rustic sourdough breads and other classic Danish bakery products inspired the creation of the establishment.
In the search for authenticity, everything is baked daily by the chefs, including several types of traditional danish bread, like rugbrød (rye bread), trekorns brød (three seeds), hvedebrød (wheat bread), and hvidt brød (white bread), among others. Plus, sandwiches made from the bread and with an assortment of fillings.
Litten Brød also offers sweet bakery made up of cakes, Mazarin, and pastries. And to accompany these specialties, they have several hot and cold drinks available.
Litten Brød is open Monday to Sunday from 8:00am to 7:00pm (current temporary schedule).
No Way José! will once again share their award-winning menu with the beginning of Season 12 on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.
NWJ! will be observing all the pandemic-related government guidelines and requirements so space will be limited, however you can reserve early for the grand return, the Annual Halloween Costume Contest on October 31, and the Annual Catrina Costume Contest on November 1.
With open arms - from afar. With smiling faces - under our masks. With all your NWJ! favorites returning for you to enjoy - in safe distances. Put these 3 dates on your calendar:
- Tuesday, October 27 - We open our doors to Season 12! Join us on this night and enjoy the sexy sounds of Piel Canela and the classic NWJ! fiesta energy.
- Saturday, October 31 - Annual Halloween Costume Contest - No purchase necessary - We take your photo - Upload to FB - the most LIKES wins a dinner for 2.
- Sunday, November 1 - Annual Catrina Costume Contest - join us for dinner and enjoy the sexy Piel Canela Pv by Fernando Gonzalez. The Catrin & Catrina receiving the loudest applause by our family of friends wins a dinner for 2.
No Way José! Restaurant/Bar welcomes you to La Zona Romantica on the south side of Puerto Vallarta at 5 de Febrero 260, just over the Vallarta street bridge on your left-hand-side heading south from the Malecon. Open Tuesday - Sunday, 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm. We're observing all COVID requirements, so space is limited. Make your reservations early and don't miss safely-distanced fun, delicious food & drink, sexy music, and the joy of being alive. Love Never Dies at No Way José!.
Source: Press Release