La Casa de los Sabores
Pilar Cabrera, owner of the excellent La Olla , gives classes most Wednesday and Friday mornings. Participants prepare and eat one of 17...
A leading serious commercial gallery, handling some of the biggest names, such as Francisco Toledo and Guillermo Olguín. It has a second...
In former monastic grounds behind the Templo de Santo Domingo, this garden features plants from around Oaxaca state, including a...
If you’re not in Oaxaca for the Guelaguetza dance festival itself (July), it’s well worth attending one of the regular imitations. The...
Casa Oaxaca restaurant works magic combining Oaxacan and other ingredients in original and delectable ways. You might go for the chilies...
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La Olla information
This superb little restaurant and cafe produces a spectrum of marvelous Mexican (mainly Oaxacan) specialties from squash-flower soup to beef fillet in mole amarillo (yellow mole ) with wild mushrooms, as well as good rye-bread sandwiches, juices and salads, all with an emphasis on organic and local ingredients. And it does terrific breakfasts and a great four-course set lunch (M$115) too!