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If you are craving Italian, Chinese, American, French, Seafood, Sushi, Mexican, or a good American burger, you won't go hungry in Zihuatanejo.  There are over 200 restaurants in the local area.  Some of the best are off the beaten path but worth the trip.  Even Mexican food, the most popular option, offers many different dishes that have yet to make it stateside. October 11, 2014_-14 October 21, 2014_ October 11, 2014_ October 11, 2014_-2 October 10, 2014_-34 October 10, 2014_-33 May 18, 2014_-7 May 18, 2014_-11 October 31, 2014_-160 March 12, 2014_-3 January 31, 2014_-57 November 02, 2014_-103 November 12, 2014_-138 November 12, 2014_-130 November 01, 2014_-353 November 01, 2014_-332 November 12, 2014_-156 November 01, 2014_-320 November 01, 2014_-309 November 01, 2014_-293 June 12, 2014_-160 January 27, 2014_-2 January 31, 2014_-76 March 12, 2014_-9

A great meal doesn't have to cost a fortune.  Many of the better restaurants are very reasonably priced. A few of the closer restaurants will deliver to the resort upon request for a fee.  Pacific Vacation Resort recommends BandidosCoco Bahia Botanas & Tapas, El Mediteranneo, and Chuleto, all within walking distance from the resort.   Ruben's HamburgersBeccofinoBistro Soleiadio, are in Ixtapa, a ten-minute taxi ride.

The Artist Market in Zihuatanejo is where locals sell the beautiful hand-crafted platers that hang in Pacific Vacation kitchens.  The market is a great place to pick up trinkets and souvenirs for a loved one who didn't make the trip with you.  Silver jewelry is also a big seller in the markets.  Many of the items that the "beach vendors" offer are found at lower prices in the market than on the beach.   The Artist Market is a must-do for an afternoon in Zihuatanejo. 

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