Mercado Pino Suarez, Mazatlan

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  • October 1, 2017
    Market picture in my travels. You can get an idea of a little of everything: in addition to the eating habits (fruits and exotic meats), you can also learn a little about the local clothing.
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  • June 3, 2017
    can you say of a municipal market, obviously is not an attraction of great luxury, but tourists who like to know everything, because there you will find everything from meats seafood fruits, spices practically everything, already displays its renovations but still is a market, where you see on a daily basis to people in their normal world, you will also find restaurants at the top , which is important to clarify are typical restaurant, so don't expect any luxury, since they are the reflection of what were more than 40 years and that have not been modified in anything, the price of food them too economical, but good and nothing else, they are basic dishes, that are worth getting to know so don't tell you about things that are not , that if the bathrooms are a real disgust, pino Suárez market is part of the culture and folklore of locals, have you know it not tea REMOVES more than two hours, but don't expect that it is wonderful attraction, remember that it is just a market
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  • May 5, 2017
    We stopped here because again there was a book I read with my students last year talked about the meecado. This place was huge wih lots of goos to sell.  more »
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  • June 25, 2017
    Tons of fun. I would highly recommend this place to anyone from outside of Mexico. Eat at the taco stands just outside for some authentic fair. My wife and I ordered 2 quesadillas and 2 horchatas for less than 5 bucks.
  • May 30, 2017
    Expensive compare to other city around like gualajara, puerto Vallarta. Interesting bugs in the menu and all meat in warm temperature... maybe better Saturday!
  • April 10, 2017
    Great place to go for getting fresh raw food, meats, and pastries too. If you've never experienced a central mercado in Mexico and you're in Mazatlan definitely take a bus here. Often it's a good idea for a pulmonia ride on the return trip.
  • January 16, 2017
    A great little marketplace in a wonderful town. Pleasantly surprised at how many non-aggressive vendors were located here. While popping into a store, the people would walk up, curious if I needed help, and after I declined, walked away to help someone else. Very refreshing (especially after the constant assault in Cabo). Highly suggest walking about this place and getting a feel for a real Mexican marketplace!
  • April 21, 2017
    Good traditional marketplace. You can buy food, souvenirs, clothes, etc. It is better to have cash in MX pesos. They can accept $US in many stores too. Just saw few stores that were accepting cards.

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