Where to Eat in Manzanillo

MOUSTACHES Famous fish and seafood restaurant. Puesta del Sol #3 Phone (314) 333 1236 LA HUERTA Famous fish and seafood restaurant. Blvd Costero Miguel de la Madrid #873 Phone (314) 334 0648 EL FOGON Traditional Mexican cuisine. Phone (314) 333 3094 RISTORANTE PORTO FINO Intimate Italian nook. Tel. (314) 333 1333 LA TOSCANA International specialties. Phone (314) 333 2515 EL VAQUERO Popular steak restaurant. Phone (314) 334 0129 COLIMA BAY CAFÉ National and international specialties. Blvd Costero Miguel de la Madrid #921 Phone (314) 333 1150

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