This week’s Wednesday meetup is April 8 from 6 to 8 pm. Everyone is invited.
Every other Wednesday evening from 6 pm until approximately 8 pm, The Puerto VallartaScene Forum hosts the “VallartaScene Thursday Night Party.”
Whether you’re an Xpat, Tourist, or National, everyone is welcome to this truly International gathering and if you’re new just come up to us (we’ll be easy to find) and introduce yourself. Casa Isabel is “adult only” so please don’t bring children to these meetings (there are no lifeguards available for the pools). English and Spanish are Spoken (and sometimes French).
The meetings are from 6 to 8 pm, and happy hour with 2 for 1 national drinks is extended to these hours (for our group only). Casa Isabel also often offers a special menu for Vallartascene members. Beer is 20 pesos. Come and meet old friends or make new ones. Casa Isabel also has a fine, moderately priced restaurant menu if you also wish to dine there.
This is a very loose gathering of expats, nationals and visitors at happy hour for cocktails, conversation and snacks. Approximately 30-50 people normally show up at these weekly events in high season at this spectacularly beautiful restaurant. No reservations are necessary and anyone can drop in or out at any time.
You don’t have to be a “member” of the VallartaScene Forum to attend but we do request that you sign our guest list. To become a “Board Member” of VallartaScene, all you need do is register at www.VallartaScene.com. I’d like to say that we are all god-fearing, decent people, but in reality we are, as Isabel, the owner of Casa Isabel proudly exclaims, “the motley crew.”
Casa Isabel is an open bar/restaurant. We simply invade it on some Friday evenings. We gather on the back side of the bar.
An old meeting:
If you’ve ever wondered about what it’s like to live as an expat in Vallarta, or if you’ve ever wondered what people are like who live as expats in Vallarta, this is a good way to answer your questions. Don’t be shy. Many of us at this meeting live here in Vallarta. Some of the “regulars” are originally from Canada, some from the USA and some from Mexico.
Check out our forum, VallartaScene.com. It’s an eclectic collage of various strange (and a few normal) individuals who all share a love of Vallarta.