Catedral p27
García Vigil 105, Centro
The restaurant is open daily, EXCEPT Tuesday.
 Dancers from the Tuxtepec region in typical huipiles
Dancers in a calenda
Woman from the Isthmus in fiesta dress
Boulenc Pan Artesano p51
New location: Porfirio Diaz 207-G, Centro
This popular French bakery has moved to a much larger locale at the lower end of the block, just north of Morelos, and now shares space with Suculenta.

Azucena Zapoteca p26
New location: Macedonio Alcalá 303, Centro
The in-city branch of the eponymous restaurant at San Martin Tilcajete has relocated to the patio of the alebrije gallery Voces de Copal.

Casa Crespo Cooking Classes p84
New location:Jacobo Dalevuelta 200(
cornerReforma), Centro
Chef Oscar Carrizosa has opened a new kitchen for his cooking school, just east of the Conzatti Park.

El Quinqué p38
New location: Hidalgo 218, Centro
This new venue retains all the features of the original restaurant. If you liked the old Quinqué, or have an interest in trying it, you'll be pleased with the re-opened version.
Casa del Ángel Yoga and Meditation Center p87
New location: Boulevard La Paz 105, Camino a San Felipe
(next to Comisión Federal de Electricidad)
Cel: 951-222-9678

Café Central p58
Hidalgo 302, Centro

Cafetería Casa del Ángel p46
Jacobo Dalevuelta 200, Centro

Consular Agency of Canada p94
Multiplaza Brena, Pino Suárez 700, Centro

Casa Crespo Restaurant p27
Allende 107, Centro

Artesanías Teresita
Jesús Carranza 108 (between García Vigil and Porfirio Díaz), Centro
Fans of this well-known shop dedicated to alebrijes,Oaxaca's quintessenial  craft, will welcome its return in this new location. Owner Victor Vásquez is again offering an extensive stock from inexpensive souvenirs to major art pieces. Every artesanía shop in the city sells alebrijes, but no other store offers as many in such a range of prices.


Casa Crespo Chocolatería
Porfirio Díaz 211, Centro
Chef Oscar Carrisoza has moved his delectable chocolate bar from the now-closed restaurant Casa Crespo (p27) to this new locale on Porfirio Diaz between Morelos and Matamoros. The Chocolatería sells hot chocolate beverages and Oscar's signature tablet-chocolate in a variety of flavors. Open 1-8PM.

La Cosecha Organic Market
Macedonio Alcalá 806, Centro
For tasty, inexpensive, home-style Oaxacan eating, head to La Cosecha, a short walk north of Santo Domingo Church. The inviting patio houses a host of food stalls selling the gamut of typical antojitos, as well as booths of organic products and artesanía.

Andares del Arte Popular
Independencia 1003, Centro
This outstanding craft gallery is a project of the Harp Helu Foundation to encourage and preserve Mexican and especially Oaxaca traditional handcrafts. It stocks a wideranging selection of artesanía that ranges from utilitarian and decorative to authentic art pieces, all chosen for superior quality and distinctiveness, and attractively displayed in a series of rooms encircling a spacious colonial patio. The shop is a celebration of artisanry and a veritable mini-museum of popular art. Occasional talks by artesanos. Open Mon-Sat: 10AM-8PM; Sun: 11AM-6PM.