La Bianca Merida

La Bianca Mérida – Cantina Italiana

We are Open! Cocktail-wine bar. All you can eat Italian gourmet. Live music. Tuesday to Sunday from 6 pm to 3 am. Calle 55 #467-B x 58 y 60, Centro, Mérida, by Parque de Santa Lucía.Tel. (999) 461 3218
www.biancamerida.com

Casa Kiool ¡Masaje Gratis!

Book your regular facial or massage and get free 10 min more. You decide! kiool petite massage or kiool light feet. We touch your body and you feel it in your soul!
Calle 53 #515-A x 62 y 64, Centro.
Cel. 9992 16 08 74
www.kioolspa.blogspot.mx

Lian’s By Kontiki

Value Meal: 1 starter + 1 main dish + 1 beverage = $129 pesos.
Restrictions may apply.
Tuesday to Friday from 1 to 11 pm; Saturday from 1 to 12 pm and Sunday from 1 to 10 pm. Calle 1-F #235 x Prol. Montejo.
Tel. (999) 944 4369.
FB: LIAN’S by Kontiki

Garden Spa

We’re open and celebrating with discounts, promotions and events! Therapists and physiotherapists.
Calle 30 #207 x 21 y 23, Col. García Ginerés.
Cel. 9992 97 86 37.
FB: Garden Spa Mérida

Flamante Burgers & Friends

Gourmet burgers in downtown Mérida, made with love: artisan buns, homemade ketchup and dressings, 100% beef. Sides: French fries, sweet potato, or yuca. Try our mind blowing Jamaica Panacota and our delicious Vegan Carrot Cake. Calle 64 #403 x 47, Centro.
Tel. (999) 490 9191
FB: Flamante Burgers

I Love Yucatán Tours

For private and tailor made tours, make sure you contact www.Iloveyucatantours.comand see why we “Love the Yucatan”
Cel. 9999 49 66 41
IG: iloveyucatan

Galería El Zapote

Fine art gallery. Artwork made in Yucatan by: Lorraine Toohey, Renato Chacón,  José Luis Couoh, Marketa Loman, Stephen Aiken, Ivan Baltazar. Calle 57# 545-A x 66 y 68, Centro, Mérida. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm.
Tel. (999) 923 1391
FB: galeriaElzapote

Mansión Mérida

Now you can enjoy the best in live music at Mansión Mérida every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 8 – 10 pm, and Sunday from 2 – 4 pm. On Saturday and Sunday try the very best in Yucatecan cuisine at our traditional Yucatecan buffet from 1 – 5 pm.
Calle 59 x 58 y 60 Centro.
www.mansionmerida.com
FB: Mansión Mérida

Pilates Mérida

Special sessions for knee pain. Calle 13 #123 x 24 y 26, Col. México. Tel. (999) 955 1200IG: Pilates_Merida

CIS

Mérida’s certainly getting cooler and so is CIS, as always. “El CIS” (pronounced /sees/) continues to celebrate its 45th anniversary. Spanish classes for speakers of other languages all year round starting each Monday in small groups. Calle 52 #455 x 49 y 51, Centro.
www.cisyucatan.com.mx

Gray Line

New! Explore the beautiful colonial town of Izamal aboard a traditional carriage. Visit: www.graylineyucatan.com for more information.

Restaurante TALA-Hotel Casa San Ángel

Know the taste of Persian food. Come and try our new Persian dishes with the best oriental ingredients.
Remate de Paseo de Montejo #1 por 49, Centro. Mérida, Yucatán, México.
Tel. (999) 928 1800
www.hotelcasasanangel.com

Authentic Yucatan Tours

We invite you to have a new experience: Unique and Authentic here in Yucatán! We take you on the magic routes less traveled! Calle 66 #654 X 83, Centro (close to Parque de la Ermita).
Tel. (999) 667 4634
www.authenticyucatan.com

Casa Museo Montes Molina & Gift Shop

Mérida is full of culture, don’t miss the chance to se our city’s prettiest house. Take a guided tour in Spanish or English through this extraordinary mansion at 11 am, 12 pm, 3 pm or 4 pm. You can also visit this museum without taking a guided tour. Open 9 am – 5 pm.
Tel. (999) 925 5999
IG: La Quinta Montes Molina
www.laquintamm.com

La Casta Divina: Specialties

Enjoy real Yucatecan cuisine and a great variety of seafood specialties. Try the delicious “Chamo- rro Pibil,” made with our house recipe and served with fresh, hand-made tortillas. Calle 59 # 513 esquina con 62, Centro.
Tel. (999) 928 4715
FB: La Casta Divina
IG: lacastadivina

Co’ox Maab: Rurality and Nature

See Yucatán from a local perspective. We are a group of tourism cooperatives that are committed to solidary, fair, and conscious tourism in Yucatán. We offer community workshops for hammock weaving, embroidery, and baking, as well as visits to the Milpa and mangrove, cenote swims, beekeeping activities, sport fishing, and more! For additional information, contact us:
Tel. (999) 447 8395
FB: Co’ox Mayab

Cacao, Fábrica Artesanal Maya

Check out our “metateada” area, you’ll be taken on a trip to the past while you see how cacao was prepared by the ancient Maya and rediscover the flavors of your childhood.
Paseo de Montejo, #490 x 41 y 43, Mérida.
www.diamantedechocolate.com

Take care of yourself and your family

The rainy season in tropical climates makes dengue more common. Keep an eye out for symptoms such as fever, headaches, and vomiting. If you, or someone in your family, present any of these signs, contact Dr, Luis Miguel Estrada. Cel. 9999 04 14 57

El Oasis en Celestún

Castillito Kin Nah Guest House on the beach, 3 rooms ocean view + one casita/cottage for up to 4 guest, A/C, Sat TV, Pool, Hot Water, House keeping. Calle12 # 47, 1 km north outside the village.
Cel. 9992 00 55 94
www.castillito-kin-nah.com

Mercado Norte y Mercado 60

Both markets welcome Las Miches: a refreshment station with the best beer combos and other exotic concoctions that will leave you breathless…

  • Free Salsa classes in Mercado 60. Check our calendar on social media and book your class… Pachanga Social / Salseros. Every Saturday, after the live music, a group of “pachangueros” will entertain with their salsa steps and great vibe! To 3 am…
  • Mercadito con sentido. From December 16 to 19, visit Mercado 60 and see eight local brands with handmade products, and show your support for Asociación Adopta who promote the adoption of cats and dogs…
  • Noche Blanca. Mercado 60 will be full of magic, tradition, and culture within the activities of the Noche Blanca! Join us for a Zapateo Mexicano show with Alma de México folk dance company and live salsa music and dancing. Saturday December 14 starting at 6 pm.

Beverage that “Joins Hearts Together”

Pox (say “posh”), a Maya beverage that warms the heart, is a distilled Maya corn-based liquor, with great significance in Maya culture. It is used in a ceremonial way, but also as a symbol of fraternity. La Poshería, the house of Pox, is the place where it has been respectfully rescued and shared worldwide; we produce it ourselves with the original corn-based recipe. We have 10 varieties: traditional white, ceremonial white, and eight flavors: coffee, coconut, cacao, vanilla, banana, apple, almond, and mango. Come for a free tasting! Paseo de Montejo #486 x 41 y 43. FB: Posheria.

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