One of Mérida’s most famous proponents of Yucatecan gastronomy left her heart in Mexico while taking part in a Chicago food festival.
Packing ample samples of achiote and recado negro, the city’s director of tourism heads to Denmark next weekend to join an elite network of global gourmands.
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.
A pizza chain that seems like it should have always been in the capital city is finally on its way.
The city is joining an international community of foodie destinations in a move approved by the majority of the mayor’s council.
Dining under the stars is one of life’s great pleasures. So is a sidewalk stroll, or a walk in the park. Somehow, these pursuits have collided. Literally.
“Investors risked their capital by betting on the Centro and today it is bearing fruit,” said a business leader in Mérida.
Seven days is not enough time for a popular restaurant promotion in its second year.
With the participation of 150 restaurants, Merida Restaurant Week will affirm the recent reader poll that called the city Mexico’s Top Gastronomic Destination.
After two years, Door 54 will close on Monday after associate owner Georgina Kemp says goodbye to everyone who made her dream possible.