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...
Hearty Mexican meat and seafood dishes are set out on spacious sidewalk tables on Mazatlán’s loveliest square. Unconventional choices...
Plazuela Machado information
Lonely Planet review
A short southwesterly walk will bring you to the tree-lined Plazuela Machado. The plaza and surrounding streets are abuzz with art galleries, cafés and restaurants. The center of attention is the Teatro Ángela Peralta, half a block south of the plaza. All kinds of cultural events are staged here.