If you're looking for a delicious pizza or pasta, then Guido's will likely be the place for you..) . It is across from the Sea Garden. and near the Oxxo, Whether you prefer to sit outside and enjoy a beautiful night complete with a acoustic ballad style singer (the outdoor dining is on the sidewalk, just like in Italy) or at a table in the dining room, you will be greeted by a homey restaurant that will graciously offer up a lovely dining experience. You will notice upon being seated the personable and friendly staff members. The only negative comments people make is that the service very leisurely, so don't go if you are impatient or in a hurry ! It is actually a plus if you adjust your attitude in advance.
When it comes to food, you will find that you can't go wrong. . You’ll be served generous portions of your choice of well made Italian dishes. Most people highly r ecommend the excellent pizza with its many options. The La-Mexicana is one such highly regarded choice. If your taste doesn't run toward pizza, you will find the much recommended Lasagna or the Pepper Saute Covered Tuna to your liking. Personally, I my favorite is the Pompeii Pasta. Finally, the food is fairly priced so you will enjoy a good meal without paying an arm and a leg for it.
Viva Guidos !!
So if you're looking for a place for a relaxed family night out, or a location for a romantic dinner, keep Guido's in mind. Guido's is a place with great food and beautiful atmosphere and an opportunity to linger and enjoy time spent with loved ones. Please remember to allow yourselves plenty of time as the service can be relaxed and unhurried. You will also want to arrive early to make sure that you are able to get a great table at which to enjoy your meal. So, to enjoy a little slice of Italy in Neuvo Vallartra choose Guido's. One final note, there are reports of Guido's being for sale and also of it being closed sometimes during the slow summer season, so phone ahead before you go. We certainly hope it is there for us next March ! Written by Morgan Bradford / John Jameson