We walked up the stairs into the restaurant and sat at the large bar in the back. It was only 2pm, so the place was fairly empty, too late for lunch and too early for dinner. It was also Sunday and the bartender made a valiant effort to find a Mexico TV station showing the Broncos game. All he could find was the St. Louis Rams. Good enough, although it was amusing to hear the game announced in Spanish.
We each guzzled two bottles of water before we could order a beer. Their bottled water came in specially marked plastic bottles with a Cheeseburger in Paradise label (I tried to keep an empty for a souvenir, but the maid at our resort threw it out with the trash). My husband and I split one of their famous cheeseburgers. It was good, but nothing special. A couple from Wisconsin also trying to avoid the humidity sat near us and we chatted about football. Like the original restaurant in Maui, it’s above the street so you can watch all the people going by.
All in all a laid back, enjoyable experience. I found out there’s a third Cheeseburger in Paradise in Las Vegas, so now I’m going to have to go there and then I can say I ate at all three!
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From journal Puerto Vallarta, My Hearta!
June 15, 2004
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by We love Puerto Vallarta!
January 1, 2004
From journal Our Puerto Vallarta Reviews (7 trips)
September 10, 2003
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March 13, 2003
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March 10, 2003
From journal Puerto Vallarta Escape
by J&J Reid
July 15, 2002
After a morning of shopping my wife and I decided to stop into Cheeseburger in Paradise to grab some lunch. We both ordered the Cheeseburger in Paradise special, which comes with a delicious 100% American beef, hamburger and a side of fries. As with many of the restaurants along the Malecon, drinks served during the day are two for one. We requested four of our favorite Mexican beer, Sol, relaxed and enjoyed our meal.
We were lucky enough to get a seat on the second floor balcony with a great view of the bay and the Malecon. It is a great way to spend a few hours. We found the meal to be a bit pricey. Our bill came to $272 pesos ($45.00 cdn), which sounds like a lot for Hamburgers and a couple of drinks but if you consider the atmosphere and location with the outstanding view, we felt that it was worth it
From journal Villa del Palmar