Located in the hotspot of Acapulco port, with a fresh, modern and beautiful view.
Perfectly designed for having a great and chic Italian dinner at the bay.
Becco Group began its career in 2002 with L'Osteria del Becco, to continue the legacy of the legendary Beccofino in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, a traditional Italian restaurant that opened in 1990 by Angelo Pavia.
Rolly Pavia, son of Angelo, decides to innovate with a new concept: L'Osteria del Becco. Located in Polanco, this site offers a fresh and contemporary space that showcases the best of Italian cuisine in the country and is now regarded as one of the favorite restaurants in Mexico City. In September 2014, L'Osteria del Becco celebrated its 13th anniversary with the opening of the largest Italian wine cellar in America.
In 2006, Becco al Mare was opened in the Port of Acapulco. Subsequently, in 2011 opened La Cantinetta del Becco in Santa Fe, a restaurant whose work is possible thanks to the Chef Julian Martinez, the general manager Fabio Libbra and a great working team.
The restaurants at Becco Group have gained great recognitions as the Best Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator magazine and Best Authentic Italian Restaurant Award from The World's 50 Best Restaurants, ranking positions as one of the top three Italian restaurants in Central and South America.
Becco Group joins the major renovation project at the Four Seasons Hotel Mexico DF with the opening of Il Becco a high-class restaurant designed to be a temple of contemporary Italian cuisine.
Thus, the opening of IL Becco Restaurant represents the fifth group in Mexico, and the continuity of the style of the Italian Mediterranean cuisine in the country.
A large project born with the idea of bringing Mexico a great Italian wine selection with the best prices, this has allowed us to create what is now recognized as the largest Italian wine cellar in America.
We are importing from Veneto, Friuli, Tuscany and Piedmont, large wineries such as: Aldo Conterno, La Spinetta, Giuseppe Quintarelli, Bruno Rocca, Livio Felluga, Brancaia, Castello di Ama Collemasari, Cupano, Grattamacco, Le Ragnaie, Podere Sapaio and Poggio di Sotto.