Oaxaca Restaurants

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Almoraduz

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  • Mexican

Welcoming chef-owners Shalxali and Quetzalcoatl Zurita focus on presenting traditional Zapotec, Mayan, and Mixteco ingredients in contemporary...

Casa Crespo

  • $$$
  • Mexican

Casa Crespo mixes both the visual and culinary arts to a perfection unseen in other Oaxacan restaurants. The owner works to offer the...

Casa Oaxaca

  • $$$
  • Mexican

Chef Alejandro Ruiz is behind some of the most creative food in southern Mexico—rack of lamb in pineapple-and-vanilla sauce and venison...

Casa Oaxaca Café

  • $$
  • Mexican

In Colonia Reforma, this café is, as its name suggests, a more informal version of the Casa Oaxaca restaurant in the historic center.

Catedral

  • $$$
  • Mexican

This restaurant takes up the entire first floor of a colonial house. You can dine beneath the arches or in the sun next to a fountain.

Comedor Frida Kahlo

  • $
  • Mexican

In Ocotlán the only place to eat is at Comedor Frida Kahlo, located within the main market building. Here, Frida (or her doppelgänger)...

El Biche Pobre

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  • Mexican

This little restaurant east of Parque Paseo Juárez is packed with locals—sometimes there's not a tourist in sight—who appreciate...

El Cafecito

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  • Mexican

This lively street-side café-bakery-restaurant is a hub for locals, visitors, and those passing through; everything you need to know...

El Colibrí

  • $$
  • Mexican

A neon sign bearing the namesake hummingbird draws you to this little cafeteria. Mothers who have packed their kids off to school and...

El Mesón Oaxaqueño

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  • Mexican

This storefront restaurant is on the west side of the zócalo, so it's surprising that it doesn't draw more tourists; rather, it's popular...

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