Amiable Óscar Carrizosa gives four-hour classes in Oaxacan cuisine at 10am daily except Sunday, at his restaurant near the Templo de...
Zona Bici conducts easy to moderate four-hour mountain-biking trips in the Valles Centrales for M$500 per person (minimum two people)....
Centro Fotográfico Álvarez Bravo
With a taste for provocative social commentary, this recently rehabilitated contemporary photo exhibition center displays high-quality...
Squeeze into this quirky little tasting room near Santo Domingo church for the perfect mezcal primer. Your amiable host León will...
Casa Crespo offers up delicious dishes from Oaxaca state’s seven regions, based on seasonal cycles with market-fresh ingredients. A very...
Lonely Planet review
A neat and gently arty cafe, Comala serves up a successful mix of Oaxacan specialties – including a great botana oaxaqueña (plate of assorted Oaxacan snacks such as meats, cheeses and, of course, grasshoppers) and a delicious Jell-O-like, corn-based dessert called nicuatole – and more international fare such as salads, baguettes and what are probably the best burgers in town.