Since its opening in 1987, this restaurant has boasted about offering the best barbecue in Mexico. Local Mexican specialties are featured; but, most ... More
Mickey's No Name Cafe
Since its opening in 1987, this restaurant has boasted about offering the best barbecue in Mexico. Local Mexican specialties are featured; but, most patrons flock here for the Chicago-style pizza and the richly flavored barbecue items, especially the meaty, succulent ribs. Although diners typically find a wait to be seated, the big-screen televisions in the bar area (usually tuned to major sporting events), create a party atmosphere. The dress code is casual, but flip-flops and cutoffs are not allowed.
I consider the No Name Cafe a home away from home. Great food and the owner boasts the best Alberta beef in town (ya gotta try the burger and ribs). The rest of the menu is just simply a good reminder of what Canadian cusine tastes like in case you have forgotten or have grown tired of the local food. Last but not least sports, sports and more sports. I searched for a place that would show Canadian hockey teams and serve Coors Light and I found my home away from home.
The owner used to play hockey for the Edmonton Oil Kings in the early to mid 70's then went on to play for Calgary.
I must encourage all Canadians, to support this sports bar. I have checked out many in the area, but this place beats them hands down.
See you there in February, GO OILERS GO!!!!
I loved this place. It's just like being in a Chicago Pizza Pub, but with a beautiful beach right across the street. The deep dish was, in fact, pretty good for a deep dish outside of Chicago. I was there over New Years '01-'02, I watched a Bears game there, and the place was packed with people from Chicago. A really fun place.
FYI to everyone, this is not "Mickey's no name cafe". It's called "No Name Bar and Grill"!! since the new owners took over in 2005. they really cleaned it up and and brought in AAA Alberta beef, the best steak I have had in years, not to mention the rest ofthe menu, not kidding!!!! service, ambiance food and view of the Malecon and ocean gives this place 2 thumbs up!!! I go back every time I visit Puerto vallarta.
i have been to puerto vallarta almost a dozen times. i love mickeys no name cafe. its fun and is a little rememberance of home when we're out in a forign country.yes, that might not be what some people are looking for, but when you dont want anything fancy or if "the big game" is on, i highly suggest going to Mickeys.
Just got back from PV and wasted one of our days at No Name. Not a huge variety. We are not drinkers so we were not interested in bar drinks. We had the barbeque beef...had better! Kids had the hamburger...dry. Fries are potato wedges and overcooked. Cole slaw in a little cup. I would not recommend this especially with all the wonderful restaurants in PV.
The staff was friendly and the food was great. Went with a group of 4 several times and everything we tried was excellent and reasonably priced. The view from the second floor is amazing.Will stop in on my next trip to PV.
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