Sirocco stood for many years on Hornos Beach between Old Town Acapulco and Parque Papagayo. It was a white adobe structure reminiscent of southern Spain, and Sirocco was synonymous with traditional Spanish cuisine. In 2008, Sirocco moved to a new location on the Scenic Parkway that goes from the bay side of Acapulco to "Diamond Zone." The same classic Spanish menu, with an extravagant paella as its centerpiece, continues to draw the customers in, over and over again, year after year. Now the splendid view from the heights of Las Brisas down into the Bay is added to the charm of a night in southern Spain at Sirocco. Some Caribbean drinks (like mojitos) and Latin American dishes (like steak cooked Argentine style) have been added to the mixture, and at night the place can become active with plenty of music, tapas and drinks.