Cenaduría Tlayudas Libres
La Casa de los Sabores
Pilar Cabrera, owner of La Olla restaurant, gives classes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Participants (minimum four, maximum 10)...
Based at Rojas de Cuauhtémoc, 15km east of the city, this experienced, enthusiastic Canadian- and North American–run outfit offers a...
This very large, open space features roughly one artist, usually avant-garde, per month.
Candela’s writhing salsa, cumbia and merengue band and beautiful colonial-house setting have kept it high on the Oaxaca nightlife lists...
Lonely Planet review
Drivers double-park along the entire block to eat here. The filling, tasty tlayudas are large, light, crisp, hot tortillas folded over frijoles, quesillo and your choice of salsa. Half the fun is taking in the late-night scene as motherly cooks fan the streetside charcoal grills, raising showers of sparks. Sit on benches around the range or at tables in the adjacent building.