Fodor's Expert Review The Glass Bar

$$$$ Playa del Carmen Mediterranean

Editor's Note: This location is reported to be under new ownership and therefore this review may contain inaccuracies.

Right in the heart of Fifth Avenue, the restaurant also known as Di Vino, takes its inspiration from the regional cuisines of Italy. Rough brick walls, wooden floors, and chalkboards inscribed with the daily specials lend a Continental flavor, as do house-made breads and pastas, including gnocchi and spaghetti with mussels and clams. For local seafood, try the panfried scallops and grilled octopus, or the catch of the day with a seasalt crust. The veal shank is so tender, the meat falls right off the bone. The desserts here are said to be the best in Playa, especially the bitter chocolate cake with homemade ice cream. Large groups can reserve the Imperial Table for 18; the street-level patio is the best place to sit if you want to people-watch. The bar is open until 2 am.

Mediterranean Sceney Lunch Dinner $$$$

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Av. 5 and Calle 12
Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo  77710, Mexico


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