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Reviews

By Emily and Sid Heilbraun

The Working Gringos are often too tired to go out late at night. Luckily, Sid and Emily Heilbrun don’t have that problem when they are visiting Merida, and they made a fabulous late night discovery on Paseo de Montejo…


By Working Gringos

Dinner at home for four couples looked like too much work, so we booked an evening at The Villa at Merida. We got great service and great food with a tropical downpour thrown in for good measure…

By Khaki Scott

Khaki Scott, a regular reader and soon to be resident of Merida, recounts a guilt-ridden dining experience at “the pilgrim’s porch”…

By Reg McGhee

Want to get into the fútbol spirit when you are traveling to Mexico? Fútbol, or soccer to you norteamericanos, is not a sport here… it’s a matter of national pride. Reg McGhee, a Yucatan Living guest writer, gives you the lowdown on how to participate…


By Working Gringos

Some days we hit the gastronomic jackpot in Yucatan and yesterday was one of those days when we ate at La Lupita and Nectar in Merida….

By Working Gringos

When we first came to the Yucatan, everything we saw was new. Not so anymore. Now when we go shopping, we are looking for algo diferente

By Working Gringos

You can count on an abuelita Yucateca to prepare a satisfying relleno negro, but where in Yucatan can you find gringo comfort food..?


By Working Gringos

Don’t wait two years to try something new like we did. Join the Working Gringos as we enjoy an evening out at this unusual little restaurant on Paseo de Montejo…

By Working Gringos

There’s a very popular taco stand in town that you’ll need detailed directions to find, but it’s well worth it! And you’ll get to see Merida’s famous Rocket Corner on your way…

By Working Gringos

Our friend Madeline is the owner of a well-known hotel in Merida and a one-woman guidebook. When she says there’s a new restaurant in town and says "they" say it’s good, we listen…


By Working Gringos

The quintessential Yucatan eating experience is attained somewhere outdoors. The view isn’t great. The tablecloth (if there is one) is oilcloth atop a cheap plastic or metal table donated to the restaurant by Coca Cola. The food is dripping with sauce, hot and tasty…

By Chef David Sterling

Those wily Trotters have done it again. First it was Pancho’s over 30 years ago; next La Tratto; and now son Paul and father Wayne inaugurate another jewel in their commercial crown: Trotter’s…

By Working Gringos

From time to time, the Working Gringos escape from their air-conditioned jaula (cage) and go out on the town. Such was the case a few nights ago when we met with two other Yucatan bloggers at a local restaurant…