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.
“Timmy’s,” a bakery, sandwich and coffee chain near and dear to Canada’s collective heart, is joining Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks in Mexico.
Prices are increasing for restaurateurs who will be passing the cost on to diners in 2017.
Not all of Yucatán’s best restaurants are in Mérida. Small-town restaurant Kinich was chosen as one of the best 120 in Mexico by the Mexican Culinary Guide.
Here again is our Thanksgiving roundup for anyone homesick for turkey and trimmings.
When a space next door became available, Pola Gelato Shop took it and created Pola Juice Bar. An interview with one of the owners about how they found success in Calle 55.
Rescoldos, the beloved wood-fire pizzeria and mediterranean bistro, serves its last moussaka on Saturday, July 2.
La Flor de Santiago is open again, but its ambiance no longer authentic 1920s Havana, complains one recent visitor who recounted his visit in an article headlined “They destroyed La Flor de Santiago.”