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I recently traveled to Oaxaca with the chef Alex Stupak and his wife Lauren Resler of the Empellon restaurants of New York City. I soon discovered that traveling to a region with a chef is the best way to discover its hidden gem restaurants, bars, and other culinary (and drinking!) adventures. I'm already dreaming of my return trip and can still taste the tejate on my lips.
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Calle Macedonio Alcalá 403, RUTA INDEPENDENCIA, Centro, 68000 Centro, Oax., Mexico
Ron Cooper, founder of Del Maguey mezcal, is the pioneering visionary who introduced the world to mezcal over 20 years ago. Before his tireless efforts to distribute mezcal around the globe, it was a relatively unknown drink in spite of being...
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I recently visited Oaxaca, Mexico with the chef Alex Stupak and his wife Lauren Resler, co-owners of the Empellon restaurants in New York City. Markets are a passion for Oaxacans and Alex and Lauren would happily spend every waking minute of their...
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Violetas 200, Reforma, 68050 Oaxaca, Oax., Mexico
It makes sense that you feel like you've been invited for dinner at someone's home at La Teca. You have. The restaurant is a part of the chef and owner's house located in a nondescript neighborhood about 15 minutes form the central district of ...
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Juárez Maza s/n, Central de Abasto, 68090 Oaxaca, AGS, Mexico
Oaxaca is a world culinary capital for good reason and there is no better place to indulge in all the recipes, ingredients, and traditions of the region than at Central de Abastos, Oaxaca City's main market. It's easy to accidentally spend an...
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Cjon. Boca del Monte 121, RUTA INDEPENDENCIA, Centro, 68000 Oaxaca, Oax., Mexico
Oaxaca is referred to as a World Food Capital for good reason; the nuanced palates of its citizens and their never-ending celebration of the region's ingredients, recipes, and traditions results in a feast that begins the moment you jumpstart your...