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Markets

Emiliano Zapata Market, Puerto Vallarta.

For markets we have those Big Box stores, like Walmart, Sam’s and Costco plus Mexican equivalents like Soriana, but most of the locals shop daily at the Municipal Markets and local stores in their Colonia. Imported items can be found at specialty stores.

PIG OUT GROCERIES

Pig Out Groceries, Puerto Vallarta.

Our good friend Robin Spencer, provides an incredible shopping service.
Count on her to do your shopping and delivery.
She also offer catering services for private dinners or appetiser parties.
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MUNICIPAL MARKETS

Municipal Market, Puerto Vallarta.

Most Colonias have a Municipal Market close by. They include stands for all types of produce, butchers, fishmongers, grocers, semilla stores (dried goods and cereals), fruits and vegetables. They all have associated stands serving various meals. The best for seafood used to be in Colonia 5 de Diciembre, but the main fishmonger now has a branch by  Colonia Emiliano Zapata Municipal Market.  Map which has to be the most attractive, Another Municipal Market is in 5 de Diciembre Map & Palmar de Aramara is close to the Marina Map.

 

 

OLAS ALTAS FARMER’S MARKET

Farmer's Market, Puerto Vallarta.

Not a traditional Farmer’s Market, some fresh produce but more non Mexican fare. Fresh Bagels, British Pies, Preserves, Salsas and Artisan Bread are some of the produce for sale. There’s also fresh food available from Thai to Tamale. During all this, Live Music.
During the Dry Season, every Saturday (9:30-2) from Nov. 3rd through April, 2019
Parque Lázaro Cárdenas Map.

 

 

TORTILLERIAS

Tortillarias, Puerto Vallarta.

The pre-Cortes inhabitants of Mexico invented the famous tortillas of that country between 2000 and 1000 B.C., when most historians agree that corn began to be cultivated in Guatemala and in southern Mexico. Jack B. Kemmerer
Traditionally made by hand, several Taco Stands still do! they are now produced by a machine that was first invented in the early 1900s. You’ll find them all around, but not so many in the tourist areas (beach). They all make the traditional Corn tortilla except one, that only makes fresh Wheat tortillas, even Whole Wheat. Vallarta Botanera, Naranjo #278