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Four Seasons Punta Mita is preparing a new culinary experience: Dos Catrinas

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Punta Mita has set a new standard for fine dining—in both elegant and casual atmospheres, the destination offers dozens of restaurants that serve up a plethora of international cuisine, including Mexican, Italian, French Argentine, Cajun and Japanese. And the culinary experience at the area is about to get even richer with the latest announcement of our neighbor, the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita. The resort just released the news about the start of construction of a new dining destination set to debut in December 2018. Dos Catrinas, the new culinary concept that will replace Ketsi, will marry Mexico’s past and future with a new culturally-rich dining experience set in a modern, reimagined space.

Riviera Nayarit has long been an oasis for travellers in search of a luxury seaside escape seasoned with authentic cultural experiences,” says John O’Sullivan, General Manager, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita. “Dos Catrinas is the perfect marriage of Mexico’s rich history and modern regional cuisine served in Punta Mita today, and we look forward to offering a magical new culinary experience for our guests.”

Designed by Colombian architect Saul Sasson, Dos Catrinas will bring together Mexico’s traditional culture, sophisticated urban lifestyle and powerful history in a two-storey space boasting spectacular ocean views. The ground level will feature the main restaurant and bar while the second level upstairs will offer guests a vibrant and lively atmosphere with a second bar and lounge area perfect for socialising before or after a meal. The 5,383 square-foot venue will feature locally-inspired design elements, including copper lamps, black clay, huanacaxtle wood and locally woven textiles, and will accommodate up to 278 guests.

The name Dos Catrinas is derived from one of the most powerful references in Mexican iconography: La Catrina. The new restaurant’s dual offering of both dining and socialising spaces will mirror Mexico’s ambivalent approach to life and death and the joyful celebration of new beginnings. To further honour the region, all construction materials, furniture and accessories will be sourced locally.

We are very excited about this new addition to the gastronomic scene in Punta Mita, we are sure Four Seasons will amaze us as they always do with any new project!

For reservations, contact your travel advisor, call the Resort at +52 (329) 291-6000 or book online.