Mexico City's Gourmet Market
Mercado San Juan is a market where you go to discuss the best salsas made with the ant hormiga chicatana,
the best way to make soup with dried shrimp, and the merits of coffee grown in Veracruz. It’s Mexico
City’s gourmet market, where chefs become inspired, where you can find wild boar hanging from the ceiling, bok choy and pea shoots neatly packed in plastic, where there’s Spanish cheese and wine, where they say you can buy tiger and crocodile. Tiger, really? Come around 10 a.m. to avoid the early morning rush.