Mercado San Camilito
Museo del Tequila y el Mezcal
The latest addition to Plaza Garibaldi has exhibits explaining the origins and production process of Mexico’s two most popular distilled...
Every night the city’s mariachi bands belt out heartfelt ballads in this festive square. Wearing silver-studded outfits, they toot their...
Museo Nacional de Arte
Built around 1900 in the style of an Italian Renaissance palace, this museum holds collections representing every school of Mexican art...
Graced with murals of the giants of Mexican song and enlivened by its own songsters, the Tenampa is a festive cantina on the north side...
Plaza Garibaldi · interesting places nearby
Mercado San Camilito information
This block-long building contains more than 70 kitchens preparing, among other items, Jalisco-style pozole, a broth brimming with hominy kernels and pork, served with garnishes such as radish and oregano – specify maciza (meat) if pig noses and ears fail to excite you.