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Don Guacamole Celebrates Grand Opening with Pearlicious Fête
email this pageprint this pageemail usRoberta Rand - PVNN
October 22, 2010



Vallarta's Zona Romantica was a sea of white last Saturday night as an invitation-only guest list celebrated the 15th Anniversary of La Piazzeta and the Grand Opening of Don Guacamole.
Zona Romantica was a sea of white last Saturday night as an invitation-only guest list celebrated the 15th Anniversary of La Piazzeta and the Grand Opening of Don Guacamole, Mimmo's new Mexican restaurant with a distinctly aguacate theme. Attendees at the night's festivities gleamed like new veneers on a celebrity dental patient, instructed to wear blanca only for the occasion.

Variations on the all-white theme included everything from classic tees to crochet peek-a-boo cocktail dresses and gravity-defying 6" heels. Of course, cleavage was in bodice-busting abundance, and all that white provided dramatic contrast to some world-class tans that would make George Hamilton seem positively tubercular by comparison.

Entertainment included a burn-the-floor performance by a terrific salsa dancing duo and a foot-stomping Mexican folk-dance troupe that gave new meaning to the phrase, "shake your tail feather." Overall, the monochromatic-themed evening (helped out by Tamarind-flavored Margaritas) provided a breezy Rx to a muggy night in Puerto Vallarta.

Don Guacamole is located on the patio directly behind La Piazzeta on the northwest corner of Olas Altas and Rodolfo Gomez on the south side of Puerto Vallarta. For more information, call (322) 222-0650 or visit DonGuacamole.com.

Prior to relocating to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico from Colorado Springs with her dog, Bo, Roberta Rand worked as a magazine editor, web editor and marketing copywriter. She is also an essayist and author, whose book "Playing the Tuba at Midnight" explored the quirks of living single.



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