A short southwesterly walk will bring you to the tree-lined Plazuela Machado. The plaza and surrounding streets are abuzz with art...
Worth a peek is the Casa Machado, a restored 19th-century house filled with antique French and Austrian furniture, Carnaval costumes,...
Teatro Ángela Peralta
This lively spot, perfect for top-shelf tequila-sipping, is decorated exclusively with bullfighting posters and the stuffed heads of...
Pedro & Lola
This stylish eatery on Plazuela Machado does outstanding small plates, including delectable shrimp empanadas, pork shank tacos and...
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Lonely Planet review
Hearty Mexican meat and seafood dishes are set out on spacious sidewalk tables on Mazatlán’s loveliest square. Unconventional choices include filete azteca – a steak stuffed with huitlacoche (corn fungus). It also does fusion fajitas and burgers.