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To the tune of the trova, including guitars and bohemian, become trapped flavors, aromas, colors and breezes to create this unique space. On the map menus Yucatan, this place deserves to be tested. It is definitely one of the magical places that has this beautiful city, located in the heart of Merida. In a VXIII century mansion whose historical value is in it says he was born in 1787 Don Andres Quintana Roo important figure in Mexico insurgent lawyer, ambassador, deputy, journalist, poet and husband of a great revolutionary, Leona Vicario. Quintana Roo was born in Merida in 1787.
This place had a varied and unique menu, tremendously attentive service, and the best "guy and a guitar" music you'll ever find every night. We saw "Tony Martin" who said he had been playing for 47 years, and had great stories for every song, and...More
Went for drinks and if the drinks were good we would order dinner as well.
We were told that we could just have drinks but there was a minimum consumption of an un- defined amount.
So if we order 2 cocktails and don’t want food...More
This is one of few restaurants in Merida with vegetarian options. We tried them, kept and open mind but were not delighted. However - that they even have some makes them stand out to me against all the other restaurants in town. Worth a try-...More
Lovely setting in open air courtyard set well back from the street. And the night we were there, a very good guitarist/singer made for a great atmosphere. Delicious food - we all loved the avocado shrimp dish - good service and excellent value. As it...More
This place was our favorite without question. We ate there four nights and none of us were ever disappointed in the food. I had two of their pizzas and was surprised that they were able to create a crunchy crust that was not burned or...More
The setting is in a lovely, open courtyard with large tree. Very nice Music by a Mexican singer/guitarist. The waiter didn’t get the drinks order exactly right. Had to ask four or five times for water. The vegetarian fajitas was a plate of mixed vegetables...More
We had a mediocre meal at Amaro. We were disappointed with the fajitas which had no accompaniment. We ordered a side of refried beans. But we also noticed that there were no fans or air conditioning. The waiters were attentive but could not compensate for...More