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Mercado de San Juan: for food-lovers

For food shopping on a smaller scale, gourmets head to Mercado de San Juan (7am-5pm daily; Metro Salto de Agua) in the downtown historic centre. Officially called Ernesto Pugibet, this place started life as a modest tianguis over 150 years ago and is today one of the most popular markets in the city for professional chefs and foodies. Expect to find high-end products, unusual ingredients and imported food. There’s a section for vegetables, including otherwise hard to come by Asian greens, and an area dedicated to fresh seafood. Almost any kind of meat is available too, from standards like goat and duck, to wild boar, crocodile and even, should your recipe call for it, armadillo. Source: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/mexico-city/travel-tips-and-articles/mexico-citys-best-markets-2 By S

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Calle de Ernesto Pugibet No. 21, Mexico City, Mexico Longitude -99.1445947 Latitude 19.42997
City:
mexico city
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MX

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