Start your street food tour at a central location and discover what makes Puerto Vallarta a top destination for lovers of Mexican cuisine. Sink your teeth into beef birria, a traditional breakfast dish and tasty Jalisco specialty made from one family’s secret recipe.
Carnitas (braised pork) and tacos dorado (deep-fried tacos) are next on the menu, followed by a behind-the-scenes look at a local treasure where you’ll find fresh-baked breads and sample hot-off-the-grill corn tortillas.
Browse produce stalls at the market and learn about a plethora of chiles before crunching into a ceviche tostada and fish taco. Hop between taco stands for a taste of a seafood chile relleno taco and a shrimp brochette. Top it off with a tender pork quesadilla and be sure to save room for dessert — Michoacán-style sorbet or ice cream — before ending your 3.5-hour walking tour at a candy shop.