Things to do for Foodies in Mexico 

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    67 reviews

    Mexican Riviera boardwalk full of shops, restaurants, night clubs, art works, Naval Museum, local vendors ans much more.

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    Avenida 5 (Fifth Avenue)

    37 reviews

    Shopping, dining, people-watching...Avenida Quinta has it all and then some. It's only 1/2 block from the condo and offers everything from casual dining to 5-star restaurants; spas, shopping, excursion's all there!

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    Flora Farm

    9 reviews

    Quite a bit off the beaten track but well worth the journey. Amazing food, great atmosphere (outdoor but covered) and live music on certain nights. Very popular so I suggest reservations. The cocktails are exotic and delicious, everything is grown and farmed there. We love, love this place

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    5 reviews

    Nothing to do on a Saturday morning? Take a drive to San Jose...hard to find...but worth the hunt. Wild produce, cheeses, salsa & chutneys, grass juice, eggs, locally-designed jewelry and clothing, foodies...come 'n get it...and if you like to dance to bongos, this is you're stop. November-May, 9 to 3.

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    25 reviews

    This is like everything good about Mexico City rolled up in one. Love the flat bottom boats, the marketplace, the musicians and the overall atmosphere.

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    Mercado Coyoacan

    10 reviews

    I liked this place almost as much as the Xochimilco market. It's smaller, but very lively, especially the food stalls. The center of the food area is taken over by this giant seafood tostada operation (and a few competitors) that is pretty amazing. The whole place is just very colorful and tidy, and a manageable size.

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    2 reviews

    My favorite of all the zocalos I saw in Mexico. There is always something happening, and most importantly (for me at least) always something to eat. Get the potato chips (fully loaded with all of the hot sauce and lime juice), from anyone who is selling them, don't think twice about it. We found ourselves wandering back here a few ...

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  • 8

    Las Misiones

    2 reviews
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  • 9

    Paseo por el Centro Histórico

    2 reviews

    All you need to know about Mexican history.

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  • 10

    Super Ley Grocery Store

    4 reviews

    Large grocery store with all the traditional foods, very convenient, wonderful bakery, fun to peruse the isles. Friendly help, we shop there often.

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  • 11

    Playa el Medano

    21 reviews

    The thriving center of the waterfront in Cabo San Lucas is this 2-mile stretch of wonderfully soft beach bordered by lively cantinas and beautiful resorts. Head to Médano Beach (“The Dune” in Spanish) and stake your spot in the sand to spend the day admiring views of partying vacationers downing tequila shots, wandering vendors selling everything from bracelets to hair ...

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  • 12


    17 reviews

    With fishing boats, water taxis and luxury yachts calling this world-class marina home, this is the place to hop aboard a sunset cruise or head out for a day in search of marlin. However, the marina also happens to be a great spot to stroll and take in the sights for free. Lined with shops, a modern shopping mall and ...

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  • 13

    Parroquía San Miguel Arcángel

    18 reviews

    Clearly, you can't go home without walking to the Jardine and sitting a spell. You must walk into the Parroquia (Ladies, while not absolutely necessary, a scarf on you head is an appreciated form of respect while inside). At night you can sample the many mariachi bands and vendors and there is almost always something happening around the Jardine.

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  • 14

    Old Mazatlan

    9 reviews

    Old Mazatlan offers the unique opportunity to step back in time to experience the history and grandeur of a bygone era. Highlights any trip to Old Mazatlan are the Museo Casa Machado (Machado House Museum), Museo de Arqueología (Archeological Museum), and Teatro Angela Peralta, a dazzling opera house that has been restored to its former glory. To learn more about ...

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  • 15

    Playa Mismaloya

    8 reviews

    Relaxing local beach. Palapa bars and restaurants. Massage. Snorkeling. Boat tours to Los Arcos dive site. Water activites. 15 mn walk from our house, or 2 minute drive. Tennis courts at the Barcelo hotel. Spend the day on the beach, then walk back home through Mismaloya village and pick up some items for a relaxing dinner on the deck. We ...

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  • 16

    Sayulita Plaza

    6 reviews

    The center of life in Sayulita. Fun to come here on Friday nights when all the locals are out. They have a trampoline for kids, people selling stuff, and music from all the bars playing. During the day you can buy overpriced beaded stuff from members of the huichol indian tribe.

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  • 17

    Fábrica La Aurora

    13 reviews

    The Fabrica La Aurora is a great place to shop, stroll, eat or just enjoy. It has fabulous furniture, art and many interesting things to buy. It is an upscale place to wonder and enjoy. There are a couple of great places to eat or just stop for a coffee break. One Friday a month there is an Art Walk ...

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  • 18

    Mercado de Artesanías

    6 reviews

    Mercado de Artesanisa is a wonderful place to stroll, enjoy and purchase great gifts for yourself and others. It is an area with many places to shop along about 2 to 3 blocks. It is in easy walking distance from our apartment. The Food Market is part of this complex and you can get fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers and many ...

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    3 reviews

    I categorized this as a farmers market, but it's really just a standard neighborhood everything market--but a lot bigger and livelier than others in Mexico City (though not as huge as the famous markets closer to the center). Tons of fresh produce and moles (spice pastes), and then of course great food vendors too, all in a big old bustling ...

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    Malecon (Fish & Shrimp Market)

    10 reviews

    The best shrimp ever is located at the end of town on the water. Many markets to choose from. Shrimp should only be purchased in months with the letter R in it. Grill on the bbq's at the resort, or boil to perfection.

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