Casa Naranjo (Closed Permanently)

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Finer dining tucked in a residential neighborhood
While still in walking distance of the Zona Romantica, you'll feel like you've wandered off the beaten path. When you find it, however, you're in for a welcome break from the touristy places you find everywhere. You'll find inventive preparations, wine list, and terrific service at this homey but sophisticated restaurant.


    • lesmccabe
      lesmccabe Over a year ago
      Loves it

      neighborhood gem worth the visit
      Just a bit east of all the gay bars on Cardenas this neighborhood gem with its open kitchen and speciality dishes is outstanding. Family owned with gracious staff and not crowded for 8pm. Highly recommended by two guys from LA who eat out a lot.

    • tofireguy
      tofireguy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Simple elegance. Great service and food! Perfect for a special night.

    • SFOBoy
      SFOBoy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      BEST MEAL in PV
      We just got done eating the best meal I have had since I have been in Puerto Vallarta and probably one of the best ever. This restaurant is a must do. Great Food, I had a stuffed chicken breast with an Arugula Salad and the best almond desert. The atmosphere is awesome and this family run upscale restaurant was presented well with our server/part owner/son, Alvaro... REALLY. You must experience this. A quick walk from just about anywhere and clearly an even quicker cab ride.

    • sfjam
      sfjam Over a year ago
      Loves it

      What a great place, Worth the walk. Food was the best i have had. Our waiter Alvaro was great and great on the eyes. Dont miss out on this place

    • dan
      dan Over a year ago
      Loves it

      my favorite meal
      my second visit was even better than the first. this family owned and operated restaurant (mom and son is the cook, another son is one of the servers) really excels in delicious food. two styles of sea bass are both great. it's a half hour walk or quick cab ride from the los muertos beach area, but it is well worth it.