Restaurants in Oaxaca

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The kitchen that launched the town’s culinary reinvention. Entrées $11–$19. Read More

Drop by this homey restaurant for slow-roasted pork and house-made corn tortilla quesadillas. Read More

A laid-back stop for traditional street foods (left). Sample a selection of tetelas, memelitas, and tostadas that are great for sharing. All dishes... Read More

A homey outpost best known for its wide selection of authentic moles. Entrées $7–$11. Read More

A smaller marketplace off the beaten path. Churros, or sugary donuts, and meat-or cheese-filled empanadas are a must. Read More

Oaxacan flavors meet contemporary techniques. Save room for buñuelos—sweet fritters stuffed with molten, chile-spiked choco- late. Entrées $10–$20. Read More

Head here for a high-concept take on dishes like beef tongue and chicken in mole. Entrées $10–$16. Read More

The restaurant, owned by the Mendoza sisters, serves a delicious guisado de pollo. Read More

This little spot is owned by Amado Ramírez Leyva, who is part of the Slow Food movement. The menu highlights four kinds of organic corn flour... Read More

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