MERCADO 60 Y MERCADO NORTE
Both markets welcome Miches: a refreshment station with the best beer combos and other exotic concoctions that will leave you breathless…African dance classes, free in August. Free Salsa classes in Mercado 60. Check our calendar on social media and book your class… Pachanga Social / Salseros. Every Saturday in August, after the live music, a group of “pachangueros” will entertain with their salsa steps and great vibe! To 3 am. Calle 60 x 53 y 51, Centro, and The Harbor Fashion Mall in Vía Montejo. FB: Mercado Norte y Mercado 60

MUNCHIES
Grand opening! A new concept of Street and Foodies has arrived for all people who love food and food porn. A place full of music, delicious food, and beer pong. Pure party and great ambience! Av. García Lavín x 37-A y 37-B. FB: Munchies

GRAY LINE YUCATÁN
New! Visit the Pre-Hispanic City of Uxmal, a World Heritage site…at your own pace.  www.graylineyucatan.com

HACIENDA SANTA CRUZ 
Come enjoy a day pass at our hacienda, from $400 pesos. Discover our ample facilities and artificial cenote. Reservations: Tel. (999) 611 9233, (999) 254 0541. www.haciendasantacruz.com

SÚPER AKÍ
At Súper Akí we are concerned about the environment, but above all we want to re-establish the health of our planet; so we have launched the program “Akí amamos el planeta” (Akí loves the planet), whose goal is to develop projects and initiatives to promote awareness in favor of the environment in our community. The first project under this umbrella is the “Caja Verde” (green checkout), a checkout counter that provides incentive for our customers to use reusable and/or biodegradable shopping bags. FB: Súper Akí

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 Hibiscus Panacota and our exquisite Vegan Carrot Cake. Calle 64 #403 x 47, Centro. Tel. (999) 490 9191. FB: Flamante Burgers

HOTEL MEDIOMUNDO
Lo Que Hay Café Vegano, new summer hours: Tue. – Sat. Breakfast 8 am – 11 am, Lunch 12 pm – 4 pm, Dinner 7 pm – 10 pm. Sunday Breakfast only 8 am – 12 pm. Monday closed to the public. Gift shop: Fabric mermaids. Calle 55 #533 x 64 y 66, Centro. FB: Hotel Mediomundo

AN OASIS IN CELESTÚN
Castillito Kin Nah Guest House on the beach. 3 rooms ocean view + casita for up to 4 persons, A/C, Sat. TV, tropical pool, hot water, housekeeping. Calle 12 #47, 1 km north of the village. Tel. (988) 916 2627, Cel. WhatsApp 9992 00 55 94.  www.castillito-kin-nah.com 

CASTELÁN JOYEROS
Castelan Joyeros is a Mexican company that has four jewelry lines: corporate, pre-Hispanic, religious, and personalized jewellery for special and social occasions. Come discover the first store open to the public of this jewellery workshop. Monday – Friday 10 am -7 pm. Saturday 10am – 3 pm.

HEALTH ADVISORY
If you have any symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, fever, or headache it is important that you go for a medical evaluation, you could be experiencing a salmonella disease. During the hot weather it is especially important to ensure that food is properly refrigerated, and avoid street food, especially raw foods. For questions or concerns, please call Dr. Luis Miguel Estrada Figueroa, Internist, cel. 9999 04 14 57.

CIS LANGUAGE SCHOOL
“El CIS” (pronounced /sees/) welcomes you back to Mérida. Spanish classes for speakers of other languages all year round starting each Monday in small groups. We´re still celebrating our 45th anniversary. Calle 52 #455 between 49 and 51, Centro. cisyucatan.com.mx[email protected]

MUEBLES EN TRÁNSITO

Save up to 70% on furniture and décor. Come see the new furniture store concept in Mérida, with pre-loved and restored furniture. Visit our Showroom on Calle 60 #261-B, Col. Buenavista, behind Ceramat. www.mueblesentransito.com

KIOOL SPA, FREE MASSAGE
Book your regular facial or massage and get free 10 minutes 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. +52 (1) 9992 16 08 74. Tel. (999) 923 0323.  www.kioolspa.blogspot.mx 

HOTEL DEL PEREGRINO
We offer different breakfasts each day, and it’s included in the room rate! Calle 51 #488 x 54 y 56, Centro. Book now: www.hoteldelperegrino.com/reservaciones?lang=es

PILATES MERIDA
Special sessions for your knees. Calle 13 #123 x 24 y 26, Colonia México. Tel. (999) 955 1200. FB: PilatesMeridaYuc IG: Pilates_Merida

RESTAURANTE MERCI
Enjoy a selection of natural French wines at Merci Paseo 60. Calle 60 #346 x 35, Centro. Tel. (999) 948 8251. FB: Merci 

OUTDOOR CINEMA CLUB – LAGALÁ 56:426
Outdoor cinema, an experience that you can’t miss, check the scheduele on social media! Calle 56 #426 x 47, Centro. Tel. (999) 481 3904. IG: @lagala__merida FB: Lagalá 56:426

GALERÍA EL ZAPOTE
Fine art gallery. Artwork made in Yucatán by artists from around the world, such as: Lorraine Toohey, Renato Chacón, José L. Couoh, Marketa Loman, Stephen Aiken, Armando Sánchez, Beate Epp. Tue. – Sat. 10 am – 2 pm. Calle 57 #545-A between 66 and 68, Centro. Tel. (999) 923 1391. FB: El Zapote

MAÍZ DE LO ALTO
Discover our traditional Mexican cuisine paying tribute to corn, like you’ve never tasted it before. Av. José Díaz Bolio #70 x 12 y 14, Col. México. Reservations:  9991 98 84 82. www.maizdeloalto.mx

HIDDEN GEM IN CELESTÚN
Casa Celeste Vida Guest House on the beach, 1 km. north of town. Comfort, privacy, great ocean views, fabulous sunsets. 3 suites w/ kitchens, bicycles, kayaks. Ask about our complimentary continental breakfast! Calle 12 #49-E, Celestún. Tel. (988) 916 2536. www.hotelcelestevida.com

MARE LINDA SEAFOOD
Try our new seafoodconcept in the heart of the city, we have unique dishes with local ingredients that will delight your tastebuds! The restaurant is located in an old colonial casona full of brightly-colored Mexican décor. Don’t miss it! Tue. – Sun. 11 am – 6:30 pm. Calle 62 x 53, Centro FB: Mare Linda

THE BEVERAGE THAT “JOINS HEARTS TOGETHER”
Pox (say “posh”), a Maya beverage that warms and caresses the heart, is a distilled Maya corn-based liquor, with great significance in the Maya culture. It is used in a ceremonial way, but also as a symbol of fraternity in the community. 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 Pox, ceremonial white Pox, 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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