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Wednesday Night
We can’t wait to begin the celebration with old and new friends in Punta Mita!  Following the Chapter Meeting in the Takua ballroom, join us on the Las Cuevas beach for a welcome party celebrating the beauty and warmth of Mexican culture.  Enjoy the wonderful local cuisine and visit with local merchants as you sip one of the region’s many great tequilas and watch the sun disappear into the Pacific Ocean.  You will be in awe of the true beauty of our beautiful resort for the week. 

Attire: Resort Casual

Late Night Hospitality at Ketsi



Thursday Night
The Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico is a joyous and festive time, one of traditional costumes, elaborate face painting, and colorful altars and displays. This evening promises to be a big night with festive decorations and costumes galore. The festival will start off at the Las Cuevas beach with cocktails and dinner. Gear up for Day of the Dead today and we will all look forward to a great celebration, YPO style!

Attire: Day of Dead costumes, sugar skull make-up, masks or decals, flower headdresses, and sombreros or top hats.



Friday Night - Dinearounds

Aramara
Experience the best of fine dining at Aramara, where influences from the Far East are blended with a taste of Mexico. Aramara, meaning "sacred place by the ocean" in the native Huichol language. Aramara combines the simplicity of contemporary Asian cuisine with the produce and seafood of the Pacific, fresh from the shores of Punta Mita and the neighbouring fishing village of Sayulita. Enjoy serene views from its perch high above the Pacific Ocean. Located on the Four Seasons property.
Dining: A la carte. User pay charged to guest room.
    Table A of 8 @ 6:45pm
    Table B of 10 @ 7:00pm
Attire: Resort Casual, no flip flops


Bahia by Richard Sandoval
Named for the Spanish word for "bay," Bahía enjoys a prime spot on Las Cuevas beach which takes full advantage of the cool ocean breezes and some of the best views of Punta Mita sunsets. This seafood-centric beachfront restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere with a sleek, contemporary Mexican design. Renowned chef Richard Sandoval reinterprets coastal Latin cuisine, blending traditional Latino flavors with global ingredients. Chef Sandoval takes full advantage of the daily bounty brought to the resort's beach by local fishermen. Enjoy an innovative beach front grill menu that tastes just picked and just caught. Prime cuts of beef, as well as pork and chicken seasoned with vibrant Latin marinades are also on the menu. Located on the Four Seasons property.
Dining: A la carte. User pay charged to guest room.
    Table A of 10 @ 6:45pm
    Table B of 10 @ 7:00pm
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Zeb & Barbara Portanova


The Rock
Meaning “door to heaven” in ancient Nahuatl, Punta Mita lives up to its name. Guests will enjoy a truly memorable dining experience overlooking this Mexican paradise high atop “The Rock” at the Four Seasons. With a 360 degree view and a beautiful sunset, the backdrop to this meal can’t be beat.
Dining: Prefix menu for 12 @ 6:30pm.
Cost: $295 per person charged upon registration
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Kevin & Amy Holleran


Manzanillas Beach
A very special YPO experience awaits YPOers’ who will be dining on Manzanillas Beach this evening. Just steps from your room, bask in the relaxing sounds of lapping waves and feel the sand between your toes while dining and enjoying spectacular beach front ambiance. Tonight's menu features a three course dinner served family style with emphasis on local Punta Mita cuisine. Four Season’s chefs enjoy the opportunity to put their culinary expertise on display so we encourage you to bring your appetites. Appetizers will include guacamole, ceviche, and a variety of salads. Main courses will feature the catch of the day plus shrimp, steak and grilled chicken. Dessert options are sure to please unless you have an aversion to chocolate. Beverages and wine are included in this magnificent prefix dinner this evening.
Dining: Prefix menu for 36 @ 6:45pm.
Cost: $260 per person charged upon registration
Attire: Resort Casual



Carolina
Honored with the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award, Carolina features fresh seafood and a mosaic of culinary styles from the Mediterranean along with accents of Punta Mita’s own distinctive flavors. This epicurean destination captures the St. Regis’ uncompromised style and promises a memorable experience for even the most discerning palate. Chef Sylvain Desbois, one of the most promising young chefs of French cuisine, enjoys using local regional ingredients such as achiote and chile to add a Mexican touch to Mediterranean cuisine. Signature dishes include Caribbean Lobster and the Canelón, a stuffed artichoke with lobster, foie gras and truffle. The restaurant is both inviting and comfortable, with breathtaking views.
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
    Table A of 8 @ 6:45pm (departure 6:30)
    Table B of 8 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15)
Attire: Resort Casual, no flip flops.
Committee Host: Adam Witty and Erin Michalewicz


Sea Breeze Restaurant and Grill
The Sea Breeze Restaurant’s eclectic menu offers delights to satisfy every taste, all prepared with the freshest available ingredients. Guests will enjoy a culinary journey ranging from fresh ceviches, tiraditos and empanadas to gourmet burgers to Argentinean-style steaks cooked to perfection on the wood-burning grill. Local fresh seafood, the finest seasonal organic produce available, top-of-the-line prime Black Angus beef and Italian homemade pasta are all prepared with the utmost care and to guests' specifications. With music provided by a rotating collection of guest DJs, this captivating yet casual beach club will offer a fun and laid-back dining experience. Located at the St. Regis Resort.
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
    Table A of 8 @ 6:45pm (departure 6:30)
    Table B of 8 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15)
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Thacher & Ila Worthen


Tuna Blanca
Punta de Mita dresses up in sophistication with the unique flavors of the multi-award winning and multifaceted chef Thierry Blouet. Guests will enjoy a true feast of fresh, locally-produced, organic ingredients of the traditional cuisine of the Mexican Pacific coast. Diners rave over the lobster, cracked table-side and dished directly to your plate, and the Caesar salad prepared from scratch at your table. The elegant, yet relaxed atmosphere of this seaside restaurant is the spot where locals and visitors gather to treat themselves to exceptional cuisine during the day, and to romantic settings and splendid sunsets in the evenings.
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
     38 people: 2 tables of 10, 1 table of 8 @ 7:15; table of 10 @ 7:30 (departure for all 7:00pm)
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Iv & Leslie Culp


Si Señor
Si Señor is funky, atmospheric and all about the fresh fish. The entire restaurant has a fun, show-like atmosphere and delicious Mexican cuisine. One of the first things you’ll notice as you enter the restaurant is the giant blue doorway that opens up to the open-air restaurant beyond, and the stunning view of the Bay of Banderas and the south shore mountains. This is truly beachside, fine dining! Si Señor is known for their daily specials, which are based on whatever the local fishermen bring in fresh that morning. While fresh seafood is the standout here, Si Señor excels at traditional Mexican specialties. Be sure to try one of the famous margaritas.  Made with premium tequila and fresh ingredients (no “Jose Cuervo Margarita Mix” here), these margs are killer! Be careful…you say “when” on the tequila pour.
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
     20 people (2 tables of 10) @ 6:30pm (departure 6:15pm)
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Rick & Christina Hoff


Punta Mercedes
A newcomer to the fishing village of Punta de Mita that won't disappoint. This waterfront restaurant is a culinary gem featuring Argentinian steaks that are perfectly prepared. The wood fire pizzas are said to be the best in the area and the owner also has a local wine shop which is reflected by the better than most wine list. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere while dining on cuisine with Italian, Mexican and Argentinian flares paired with a nice glass of wine.
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
     Table A of 10 @ 6:45pm (departure 6:30pm)
     Table B of 10 @ 7:15pm (departure 7:00pm)
     Table C of 6 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15pm)
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Steve & Michelle Proctor


Casa Teresa
Casa Teresa serves authentic Italian artisan cuisine, featuring hand-rolled and hand-shaped pastas. Continuing the Sicilian culinary tradition of its owner, Teresa uses her family’s old-world Italian recipes. Upon walking through the front door and being greeted by either Teresa or her daughter Nadia, you realize something special is going on here in Punta de Mita. You are intriguingly led to a charming al fresco courtyard that looks up to the stars and sky. A “Menu del Giorno”, created from the freshest food of the day is exquisitely prepared by their chef, using traditional Italian artisan techniques. If you are lucky enough, Nadia and her husband Martin will salsa dance while you dine under the stars. Bacioni!
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
     Table A of 10 @ 6:45pm (departure 6:30pm)
     Table B of 10 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15pm)
Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Trent & Ragan Haston


Rosa Mexicana
This beach restaurant overlooks the Bay of Banderas and offers Traditional Mexican Specialties. If you’re looking for authentic Mexican cuisine, this is the place for you. A top choice of locals, you will find favorites such as Enchiladas, Chile Relleno, Tampiqueña, Molcajete Chicken, Mole Oaxaqueño, and Fajitas. Don’t forget to order the table-prepared salsa and guacamole, made with the freshest local ingredients. Be sure to also taste the Organic Tequila, “4 Copas”, and their delicious Margaritas. Don’t go to Mexico without experiencing a true Mexican feast!
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
     Table A of 10 @ 6:45pm (departure 6:30pm)
     Table B of 10 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15pm)
     Table C of 6 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15pm)
Attire: Resort Casual


Sufi
Sufi restaurant, located inside the Punta Mita Resort, within the Porta Fortuna residential community, boasts spectacular views across Banderas Bay towards the twinkling lights of Puerto Vallarta. Sufi’s relaxed, elegant atmosphere flirts with a “Mexiterranean” twist (a combination of exotic Mediterranean food and popular Mexican dishes) that is translated into culinary creations true to its environment and unique style. Don’t miss Sufi’s classic Tortilla Soup, the Red Snapper Filet al Pastor and the Cinnamon Creme Brûlée. Simply Delicious! This restaurant is a must in Punta Mita. Something to mull over while sipping one of their delicious wines: a Sufi is one who has two points of view: His own, and that of the other.
Dining: A la carte. User pay. Visa, MasterCard and AMEX accepted. 10 minute drive from Four Seasons.
     Table A of 10 @ 6:45pm (departure 6:30)
     Table B of 10 @ 7:00pm (departure 6:45)
     Table C of 12 @ 7:30pm (departure 7:15)

Attire: Resort Casual
Committee Hosts: Jay & Kristen Keegan


Late Night Hospitality

Late Night Party at the Blue Shrimp in Punta Mita. Rolling transportation provided back to the Four Seasons throughout the night.



Saturday Night
What’s the greatest decade ever?  The 80s of course!  Let’s take ourselves back to that wicked awesome time with an 80’s South Beach, Miami Vice theme.  We are talking Crocket and Tubbs, bright colors and South Beach cool.  Come enjoy a great night of friendship, dancing, and just the right amount of 80’s Miami Cheese. Please join us to begin the night in the Takua ballroom.

Attire: Guys, think Crocket and Tubbs in Miami Vice style.  Ladies, Silver or white attire inspired by the glitzy 80s night club scene.

Late Night Hospitality at Ketsi

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