Museo del Calzado El Borceguí
At this shoe museum – and the oldest shoemaker in Mexico, since 1865 – there are over 2000 pieces of footwear on show, many from famous...
More than a century old, this atmospheric gentlemen’s salon seems preserved in amber, with ornate carved paneling and well-used domino...
Started in 1953 by boxer Raúl Salazar from Mérida, this establishment prepares Yucatecan fare just as it’s done in don Raúl’s hometown....
Bolívar 54 · interesting places nearby
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Suadero (beef) tacos abound in the capital, but this place reigns supreme. Follow your nose to the bubbling vat of meats and go for the artery-choking campechano, a mixed beef and sausage taco. For the more adventurous eater, there are ojo (eye) or lengua (tongue) tacos.