JLarios2007's Oaxaca, Mexico
East edge of market
If you're in the Merced Market, try also the stall called "La Guerita" at the corner closest to the ...
Reforma & Gomez Farias
We'll add to the shout-outs for this small and very popular food cart at the edge of Conzatti Park -...
Ke-Ken - CLOSED
511 Pino Suarez
One of the few places we have ever been able to find the very old-fashioned kind of coffee (with cin...
Mariscos La Playita
We had an excellent meal here, but wow, it is always PACKED, and people wait outside for tables. It ...
La Olla Restaurant
Calle Reforma 402
We had high expectations for this restaurant because of previous reviews, and I'm sure that the ingr...
Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzman
No doubt it's an impressive edifice, old and large and (in my opinion) over-embellished with gold, g...
Cathedral of Oaxaca
Alameda de Leon
For the Day of the Dead fesitivities, the church has every interior pillar covered - and I mean cove...
Benito Juarez Market (Mercado de Benito Juarez)
the corner of Flores Magon and Colon, two blocks f
There's nothing like a real Mexican market, where the colors dazzle you, the people are lively and f...
The comida corrida here is excellent, but be sure you go on a weekday when all the locals are eating...
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Oaxaca (MACO)
We didn't even plan on going in to this museum, thinking contemporary art was not what we were looki...
Museo de Filatelia de Oaxaca, A.C.
Calle Reforma No. 504
Not just for stamp-lovers, this small museum is actually for anyone interested in history. Beautiful...