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Restaurant advice in and around Punta Mita

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We are heading to Punta Mita in November and staying at the St. Regis. We're interested in a mix of casual and formal (relatively) dining options either on property or off. The restaurants at the St. Regis seem to get better reviews but the Aramara restaurant at the Four Seasons sounds interesting. We have four nights so thinking the following and appreciate any thoughts:

Formal evening - Aramara (FS) or Carolina (St. Regis)

Italian night out - Mezzogornio (Bucrias) or Casa Teresa (Punta Mita)

Las Marietes - casual Mexican at the St. Regis

Fourth night - undecided. Thought about Cafe des Artiste as we loved the original years ago in Puerto Vallarta but not sure how the "new" one in Punta Mita stacks up as don't think we want to go all the way into Puerto Vallarta for dinner.

Any other "can't miss" spots? Thanks for the advice.

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