About 400 restaurants affiliated with the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Food Industry in Yucatán will voluntarily post calorie counts in their menus.
In two years, a weekend festival celebrating this city’s famed breakfast dish attracted tourists from as far away as Mexico City.
A cultural fusion at the Hacienda Aké and the hotel Rosas y Xocolate drew on gastronomic techniques from Yucatán and some of the most recognized chefs in the world.
A first-ever neighborhood block party celebrating the decadent fried-pork treat called chicharra will begin noon Saturday, July 1.
The state’s economic growth is three times faster than the rest of the country’s, and nothing reflects this more than the number of new restaurants.
Eighteen of the best chefs in the world have come together to create Hokol Vuh, a gastronomic festival that has garnered international attention.
The city is joining an international community of foodie destinations in a move approved by the majority of the mayor’s council.
Intestinal infections have increased alarmingly, up 37.5 percent over this time last year.
Xcalachén, a small southwest neighborhood known for its flair with fried pork parts, will be home to an annual fair celebrating their culinary specialty.
A “Chopped” champion chef adapted the best of Yucatán’s flavors to the growing Whole 30 diet.