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Maggie Cale's adventures continue and she unearths yet more hidden treasures in Mérida.
Luca's patio is great for brunch. Photo: Maggie Cale I love finding new little spots to eat, shop,...
Here are some nearby shops to make your tabletop pop.
We may love Mérida, but we foreign residents still occasionally crave comfort foods that are not easily available.
Bag and cart checks by store security are common across north america, but are illegal in Mexico. Photo: File
Mercado Libre's "Hecho en Yucatan" store is packed with a variety of items. YEL graphic Two months...
The hotel zone Sanborns, anchor store at the Fiesta Americana shopping arcade, has closed quietly after 24 years of operation.
Buen Fin, the annual discount promotion that's echoes "Black Friday" north of the border, begins Friday.
Ana Carolina Levya Peralta has come along way in the six years since she started the trendy El Mercadito Bazar. This week, her new enterprise, Lagalá 56:426, is camera-ready, and ready for the public.
The Harbor, which is the shopping mall portion of the giant Via Montejo project, will open in late October, its developers say.
After several months of remodeling and expansion, the granddaddy of all the Chapur department stores will celebrate the end of construction with a special sale and a show.
Mérida, Yucatán — La Isla Mérida, the mall portion of a giant complex north of the Periférico, opened today, beating another massive shopping complex to the punch. While the...
Return policies and warranties are not necessarily the same in Mexico as they are in Canada and U.S.
Over the weekend, up to 8,300 people an hour arrived at Mérida's Historic Center to do their Christmas shopping, city police calculate.
Converting a street to a pedestrian mall is an idea worth considering, a safety advocate says.
Mexico's inflation rate fell the first half of July, but price pressures are felt differently from city to city.
Once again the Tunich Fair brings its culinary and artistic traditions in a small village north of Mérida.
By Friday, all Mérida public-school students were finally on summer vacation. By Saturday, the Centro's market area was bursting with even more shoppers than normal.
The Via Montejo complex just south of the northernmost point of the Periférico is taking shape, and almost 300 units in two residential towers have been sold out since late last year.
After years of announcements and speculation, it appears the largest mall in southeast Mexico will open here before the end of the year.
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