Bar Frida – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Posts tagged “gay restaurant

Halloween at Bar Frida: a tradition of fun.

Special Surprise Ceremony on October 31st at 11pm.  Costume Contest Judging at midnight. 

 

pvr-frida-catrinascrop

halloweeninpv2008086
2008 Halloween Costume Contest winner Paco, of Paco Paco Nightclub fame. Paco made this costume at home and won most of the contests in town and then went to Gaudalajara the next night and did it again.

Halloween at Fridas is a Vallarta Tradition.  There is something about the spirit of Frida (ask the bartenders about the bar stools that seem to move on their own)mixed with the creativity of the costumed crowd that is always the perfect combination for a great time.  Frida’s contest draws a very nice assortment of costumes and this year, the staff will be doing a special “wedding party” event.  Watch for surprise guests to arrive thoughtout the night to ‘shake things up’.  Wear your favorite costume and join the fun!  You might win and you’ll definitely have fun!

Saturday, October 31st at Fridas.

 Also this week at Fridas: Check out the new menu additions and the new LATE NIGHT MENU.  Frida’s kitchen will be serving until 1am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  (Till 11:30pm other nights!)  Great for the late night munchies!  Have you tried Frida’s burgers?  The best in town!  Our hot wings are becoming legendary too!


Frida’s Dinner Menu expands!

Frida's New Souvenir Beer Mugs, get yours with dinner tonight!

Frida's New Souvenir Beer Mugs, get yours with dinner tonight!

What started out at the old location as a Wednesday night spaghetti dinner prepared by Chef David and served up until it ran out for 50 pesos, has turned into one of the best new dining options (7 nights a week) in Vallarta and at unbelievable Frida prices!  The spaghetti is now 60 pesos on Wednesdays but includes salad and garlic bread.  Most take some home for lunch the next day.  The portions aren’t skimpy! 

Sundays are now Pot Roast night (70 pesos).  Often a sell-out, you’ll need to get there early.  He starts serving at 6pm and on a recent Sunday in low season, it was gone by 8pm. 

Then there’s the new full menu.  From Panini Sandwiches to burgers and fries to Sweet and Sour Chicken Stir Frys, Chef David is always serving fresh, tasty, creative cuisine that is pleasing everyone!  Recently, we saw Top Sirloin on the menu with potatoes and steamed veggies for 120 pesos, easily the most expensive thing on the menu but a steal if you know the portions David serves.  You won’t ever go hungry at Fridas. 

Try the warm brownie with ice cream for a late night treat on Fridas upstairs balcony tables.  The best brownies in town, honest!  CLICK HERE to see the full menu and join us at Fridas tonight!