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Mercado de la Nueva Viga: for all seafood great and small

Next to Central de Abasto, is the Mercado de la Nueva Viga (3am-6pm daily; Metro La Viga), the second largest seafood market in the world (after Tsukiji in Tokyo). Up to 25,000 visitors pass through its doors every day, including some of the city’s best-known chefs. All the usual seafood suspects are available, from bass and tuna to octopus and crab, alongside less well-known options including angry-looking sharks called cazón and rust-coloured clams known as chocolates, traditionally used for ceviche. Taco stands are scattered around; make sure to try a fresh empanada before you leave. Source: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/mexico-city/travel-tips-and-articles/mexico-citys-best-markets-2 By S

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mexico city, mexico Longitude -99.133208 Latitude 19.4326077
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mexico city
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