Waldo’s has quickly opened three stores in Merida, with branches in Progreso and Vallodolid to follow.
Cuau Solis dangled a little chair over Calle 55’s sidewalk and Mérida’s creative scene hasn’t been the same since.
Hundreds of visitors on Wednesday night got a taste of things to come at Mercado 60. The gourmet market and its 18 high-end restaurant stalls opens to the public on Thursday, May 12 — a week from today.
A repeated demand of the Yucatecan business sector is at last reality: Yucatán joined the Special Economic Zone.
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.
The average life span of a business in Yucatán is 9.1 years, but only five years in Quintana Roo and 7.4 in Campeche, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography.