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Mazatlan, MX
Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay is terraced down a hillside to a long crescent beach fringing Emerald Bay, this tranquil, family-friendly resort lies in little-developed Nuevo Mazatlan, 9 km (6 mi) north of Mazatlan's hotel zone.
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Mazatlan, MX
Situated on a secluded beach, Torres Mazatlan timeshare rentals and vacation condos offer tranquility and understated luxury just a mile north of the heart of Mazatlan's Golden Zone tourist area. Whether you're looking for deep-sea fishing, bullfights, discos, exceptional dining, shopping or simply sun filled days, Toress Mazatlan has it all in abundance
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Mazatlan, MX
Escape for an unforgettable getaway to Mazatlan's exciting Golden Zone, where new discoveries abound in this idyllic 400-year-old city. Authentic Mexican style unites with modern amenities; each suite at the Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán comes with an ocean view and amenities to meet your every expectation.
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"Mazatlán, the first major resort town on the Pacific coastline, has a split personality. At the northern end of town is the Zona Dorada (Golden Zone), where the hotels (and the prices) rise high and the pace is frenetic. The streets are jammed with tour buses shuttling cruise-ship passengers to dozens of jewelry shops. At the southern end of the malecón (the seaside promenade) is Viejo Mazatlán (Old Mazatlán), the city's historic center, a gorgeous and low-key area of colorful postcolonial buildings—some restored, some still idyllic piles of chipped stucco—where you'll find a few hip restaurants, art galleries, and shops, and a totally different scene from the touristy Golden Zone.

Mazatlán's beaches are golden and wide, though they're not nearly as handsome as those south of Puerto Vallarta. There are, however, tons of beach activities here—this is the place for parasailing—and several nearby islands provide alternatives to the crowded sands in town. Overall, the town is a good choice for a quick getaway: it's cheaper than Puerto Vallarta, the party scene is there for those who want to partake, and unlike in many resort towns, the city has some sights to explore beyond the surf and sand."

"Surrounded by the Sierra Madre Mountains, Mazatlán is situated on Mexico’s northern Pacific coast in the state of Sinaloa. Visitors to Mazatlán appreciate the chance to experience a flourishing seaport, as well as authentic Mexican culture. Mazatlecos love the opportunity to share their heritage, traditions and pride in their jewel on the Mexican Gold Coast.

Mazatlán provides a wide range of options for visitors. Take a stroll around Old Mazatlán (Centro) with its colorful colonial-style architecture, stop at an outdoor café for a fresh limonada, or hike up to Cerro de Vigia (Lookout Hill) for an unforgettable view.

Just 745 miles south of the Arizona border, Mazatlán is the closest major Mexican resort to the United States. Mazatlán is an ideal, affordable vacation choice with endless possibilities: aquatic sports, kid activities, fishing, bird-watching, golf, tennis, horseback riding, fine dining, shopping and nightlife.

Come to Mazatlán and discover your passion. You’ll be here before you know it."

Admire the beauty of Mazatlan from the panoramic terrace of the Bistro Sea Garden. Highlight your evening with fresh margaritas and cocktails or enjoy a truly romantic dinner watching the sun falling behind the horizon. Exquisite fusion cuisine, a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service are waiting for you at this charming restaurant in Mazatlan.
Cafe Pacifico is a real tradition in downtown Mazatlan. It is located on the opposite corner to the famous Canobbio's Arcade, in front of the Plazuela Machado square. Cafe Pacifico is a favorite among locals, especially those with deeper roots in Mazatlan. Don't forget to stop by Cafe Pacifico any evening and try the house specialty, the ''Pacifico Sunset''.
Lovers of exotic food will be fascinated with the Egyptian Cafe, where both locals and tourists meet to try the authentic Egyptian cuisine. They also serve delicious Turkish coffee and perhaps after eating try the "shishas", a traditional water pipe to smoke fruit-flavored tobacco.
Mazatlan was El Shrimp Buckets' birthplace in 1963 and it is still located in its original spot. In case you didn't know, it was the first restaurant by the Anderson chain, owner and creator of famous franchises, such as Carlos n Charlie's and Senor Frogs. Always an enjoyable meal for the whole family!
Guadalajara Grill is an excellent option to enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine in a colorful atmosphere, full of folklore and fun, as is typical of the Anderson chain, owners of this picturesque restaurant. We recommend you to order the "Camarones Mango" (mango shrimps), or the traditional "Pollo relleno en mole" (stuffed chicken with mole sauce).
The liveliest atmosphere of the Golden Zone is without a doubt at Gus Gus, a place where dining is always a great experience. Gus Gus is truly a show, and you will soon be enjoying the live music, the scrumptious food and the company of your friends. Spend a great night in this restaurant that has become one of the most popular restaurants in Mazatlan with international visitors.
Il Mosto is a traditional Italian restaurant that serves delicious cuisine and has an elegant yet cozy atmosphere. Offering mainly freshly made pizza and pasta, Il Mosto also features an outdoor area where you can enjoy the breezy sunsets while savoring your meals.
Welcome to La Casa Country, traditional ranch style mexican restaurants in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur and Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico. La Casa Country restaurant is characterized by offering delicious entrees of the finest American Cuts of Angus Beef, tasty Mexican food combos & steaks, table side hand made to taste fresh salsas & a variety of sea food platters; all served in a fun and friendly western style atmosphere. Our staff is trained & committed to La Casa Country principles: Quality, Attention & Festive atmosphere; this ensure that customers will savor an unforgettable experience.
Another favorite restaurant with visitors is La Cebolla Morada (the Purple Onion), which combines a traditional atmosphere with excellent flavor, superb service and opening times from early in the morning to late at night. The Purple Onion has live music daily, a well stocked bar, along with an extensive menu that includes meat and seafood. Considering its lively atmosphere and its karaoke nights, it is not very difficult to understand why this is one of the most frequented restaurants by visitors.
A dynamic array of dining options awaits you at El Cid El Moro. Have your fill of fresh seafood while taking in a gorgeous sunset on the beach. Gentle, warm ocean breezes enhance La Concha's delightful, palm-roofed ambiance and sensational ocean views. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
La Cordeliere offers fine ocean view dining in its casually elegant interior or al fresco on the shaded terrace the perfect place for masterfully prepared meals and festive theme night buffets. The naming of La Cordeliere is a tribute to an important time in Mazatlán's history when a small group of valiant local men warded off the invasion of the awesome French warship for which the restaurant is named. Open from 7:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.
A unique experience awaits you at our grand Restaurante Las Lupitas, featuring the basis of the Mexican Cuisine combined with the magic touch of the Mediterranean, resulting a unique name and a minimalist ambiance. Its wine cellar, offering more than 100 wines from around the world to pair with your meals, will guarantee you an experience that must not be missed! Las Lupitas offers the freshest Mexican – Mediterranean cuisine in a lively and exciting atmosphere you're sure to enjoy.
A truly Mexican atmosphere, traditional Mexican flavors, modern TV screens and a superb location in the Golden Zone are just some of the reasons to visit one of the best places to eat in Mazatlan.
Located at Old Mazatlan, right across the street from the famous "Plazuela Machado" is Restaurant "Pedro y Lola." Our establishment is highly recognized for its marvellous inspired renditions of Sinaloa's regional dishes, which have been exquisitely updated with subtle gastronomic flourishes.
Even though seafood is central to the gastronomy of Sinaloa, its culinary specialties are varied in their origin and ingredients. Another platter that has won popularity both locally and nationwide is Chilorio which is shredded pork marinated with a special kind of chili and served with a spicy sauce with a unique flavor; very popular for breakfast. Grilled chicken, Sinaloa style is another specialty that has won fame outside the State because of its delicious flavor. Mazatlan restaurants also offer the mochomo, which is a spiced beef loin and yet another favorite is baked pigeons and shrimp marinated in lemon juice, stuffed with cheese, covered with bacon and grilled.
Sr. Pepper features a refined and exclusive atmosphere, succulent steaks and professional service. The wine list and its sophisticated specialties make it the perfect choice for a romantic dinner. If you are looking for a juicy seasoned steak, or want to savor succulent jumbo shrimp or fresh lobster, then this is the right place.

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