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Want a quick mini adventure for a quick breakfast or lunch?
find the Hawaiian Torta place and get the freshest sandwich, smoothy or juice
jostle for a stool and eat there or take it to go (para levar)
The Benito Juarez Market is so vibrant. Locals shop here for what they need. It is great to get a sampling of all the different moles - especially before ordering them out in a restaurant. You get a real feel for the local flavor by...More
This is a market the people of Oaxaca use so it is bustling with activity. There are clothes leather shoes, woven hat, and similar items for the family. Buying dog and small horse tack is available. Many small restaurants are grouped together. In fact, the...More
Fascinating for a stroll or actual shopping, with lots of authentic joints to eat with protocol that takes a bit of consideration to be successful (often various merchants participate in vending all of what you want/need for a meal).
Yum. I like to get up and see city rise. I usually get out and about for breakfast before 6:30am. At first, I was stumped. Then I discovered that Benito Juarez had breakfast place. Who ate with me? Local people getting ready for the work...More
A wonderful market with all the cooking and food supplies you'd need. Definitely going back to the asada area where you select a cut of meat and an amount and they throw it on the grill for you. We grabbed a few chickens before class...More
We visited the markets as part of a cooking class and really enjoyed the diversity and fresh food available. The range of products was substantial and the smells of chilies and fresh food were literally mouth watering. We selected ingredients to prepare for later that...More
This market is very clean and I found it easy to navigate. There is a big section with food and another section with goods (including artisan products). There are a couple of mezcal sellers in here that have a very good selection. Mis Mezcales was...More
Technically, I think the Benito Juarez market is the main market, but there are 3 different markets together here, so I'll review all. The main market is a large typical Mexican market with everything from food to artisan wares. The next market is full of...More