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Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico – Merida is an a beautiful, well organized, clean, and friendly city in Mexico, and the capital of the Yucatan State. We only had one full day in Merida on this trip, and so we wanted to make the most of it. I’m taking you on a one day Mexican street food and attractions tour of Merida!

Taqueria La Lupita – In the morning we first headed to a local market to eat breakfast. Taqueria La Lupita is a very cool breakfast spot where you can eat local Mexican Yucatan food. We tried some tacos de conchinta pibil, panuchos, relleno negro, and mondongo kabi. The panuchos were the winner.
Total price – 238 MXN (.64) for all

Maiz, Canela y Cilantro – It’s always good to have breakfast number 2, and this wasn’t a street food spot, but a nice cafe, and great for families. The reason I wanted to come here was to try their version of Huevos Motuleños, a Mexican egg dish originating from a small town of the same name not far away. It was a stunner.
Total price – 300 MXN (.94) for all

Plaza Grande and Horse Ride – Moving on to some of the sightseeing and attractions in Merida, we walked around Plaza Grande and took a horse ride to see some sights around the city. It was wonderful, to enjoy Merida from a horse carriage.

Mango – 15 MXN (.80) – One our way to the market, we stopped for a mango. Always delicious!

Mercado Lucas de Galvez – For lunch we headed to one of the main markets in the center of Merida called Mercado Lucas de Galvez. After walking around for a while we went upstairs and found a couple friendly aunties who cooked up a storm. We tried their, mole, relleno negro again, and sopa de Lima, which was the ultimate dish of the day for me.
Total price – 300 MXN (.94) for all

Restaurant y Cockteleria Tikinxic II – Finally for dinner I had really wanted to try a Mayan fish dish called tikin xic before leaving the Yucatan, so we searched out a Mexican seafood restaurant to try. It was a little outside of the center of the city, but it was pretty good.
Total price – 758 MXN (.27) for all

This was a fantastic day of Mexican street food in Merida. Merida is one of the most pleasant cities to explore in Mexico!

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This article has 11 comments

  1. Rosie Mclafferty Reply

    Those shirts are called Guallaveras worn in most of the Caribbean especially Cuba and Puerto Rico.

  2. jennifer williams Reply

    Hmm….amark Wiens signatute expression "ooohhhhh" is aggrivating uggh…Mark Wiens to find an expression less dramatically forced…..Depopulate

  3. El Compa Hernández Reply

    I love you brother I wish you had the best time of your life in my lovely Mexico

  4. VaRee' Batyah Reply

    i just love me some mark wiens. so positive and such peace, cultural and otherwise. yo tengo mi esposo addicted, ahora tambien. and fresh faced ladies, let us give the naturally beautiful Ling, some love.

  5. Sebastian Bozzano Reply

    you NEED to go to the coffee region in Veracruz (Coatepec, Xico, Xalapa, Córdoba, Altotonga) its surrounded by beautiful rainforest, rivers and waterfalls and different kinds of mole or tamal preparation.. And another two regions in Veracruz state: Papantla city wich is close to the Tajin piramids (they are vanilla producers) And Tlacotalpan…. its one of the most beatiful colonial towns in Mexico located just by the side of Papaloapan river, they do fishing and it is one of the homes of Veracruz traditional folk music called Son Jarocho………………………………………………………………… and also to el Istmo de Tehuantepec region in Oaxaca state its a cultural explotion of flavors, colours and nice people…. GO THERE eeeee e e e e e e… right now i am living in Madrid…..im out of my country so i need to see those videos… 😀

  6. Rachel Pratt Reply

    Mark I enjoy your expressions when you are eating tacos, I just have to make some!

  7. M I Reply

    Mark Micah’s hair is not growing have him checked to see if he has an allergy to something. It’s common in lots of children. Most of them end up having an allergy to something.

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