My partner and I would not miss the opportunity to browse and shop and sip great capuccino in this marvelous wonder filled space on Sixto Ozuna in the historic center of Mazatlan. Any taxi or "pulmonia" ( local only open golf cart style taxis) can take you to The Plazuela Machado. From to there it is 3 short walking blocks to Casa Etnika. At first glance you may think it is just a cafe as their espresso machine and tables are up front at the street entrance, but do not fail to delve further into the glorious interior spaces, where Miguel and Helena have displayed their artists' work with a real curatorial eye. They have personal connections with craftspeople all over Mexico and have brought the best of both contemporary and indigenous craft work to this one lovely space for your benefit. We found heartstoppingly lovely gifts for everyone on our holiday list and brought home bags of the marvelous coffee beans from Chiapas that are locally roasted and served in their coffee bar. The jewelry is exquisite and represents numerous artists including Helena herself. The traditional crafts are not cheap, nor should they be. The hours and hours of work and skill that went into each piece is more than evident. If you don't shop anywhere else in Mazatlan, don't miss this place.