Mercado Pino Suarez

Mercado Pino Suarez, Mazatlan: Address, Mercado Pino Suarez Reviews: 4.5/5

Mercado Pino Suarez
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Charlie3384
Whitmore Lake, MI11 contributions
Fascinating place to visit, good values
Jan. 2021
The Mercado Pino Suarez is the main open-air market in old town Mazatlan. Easy to get there as many bus lines pass by the front or back of the market. One of the market has a number of meat vendors who have everything you might want (and probably a few things you don't, like whole pig's heads). It helps if you know how to ask for what you want at the meat market in Spanish, but many of the vendors speak some English. On the other side of the market are the fruit and vegetable sellers. I've become friends with one, and she helps me select the best produce I've ever had. I ask her for a sweet melon and she picks one which is invariably wonderful. The celery from the market is amazing--fresh and crisp! Some of the things are things I've never eaten before, but still great. There is an area of spice sellers where you can get any type of pepper from mild pasilla peppers to really spicy pequin peppers and everything in between. Fun place to shop!
Written 23 January 2021
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Rosemary B
Somerset, ca7 contributions
Search for Leather Goods
Feb. 2020
This is the best place in the world to go for leather belts. Went there 10 years ago and purchased belts. They were the best I have ever had. Went back this year and the two vendors who sell them were still there with the same quality products at rock bottom prices. Stocked up for the next ten years! Lot's of other vendors for those in search of other values but many of them food related.
Written 8 March 2020
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John G
Calgary, Canada53 contributions
A Typical large Mexican Mercado
Jan. 2020
This Market is a square city block. There are rows and rows of venders with narrow aisles. They have everything from food to clothing, all kinds of crafts with some unique stuff as well as the usual stuff. It is an experience that we like to have once on our holiday. There is nothing we really needed since were were staying at an all inclusive resort. We spent about 45 minutes looking around and then went on to other things. It is right downtown in the historic center.
Written 17 February 2020
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diane30002019
5 contributions
best for shrimp
Feb. 2020
/Best plACe to buy your shrimp and fresh fish. Cheaper than thE grocery stores.
Veggies are great as well. Pretty scarey seeing the entire pig head.
Written 11 February 2020
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winewine101
Vancouver, Canada51 contributions
A true mexican market where the locals buy for their daily needs
Feb. 2020
First to be said is this market has upgraded so much in the last 10 years . Meats are quality,fresh, and safe for consumption. There is everything a tourist may want to buy and at much better price than the Tourist Traps.
Written 8 February 2020
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GinaSarbo
Concord, CA48 contributions
Lots of souvenirs great produce
Jan. 2020 • Solo
Veggies and fruits much fresher than supermercados or Walmart. Many tasty lincharías on upper level.
Authentic and heche en china souvenirs. Great deals on summer tanks fo women and girls. Pack light you can buy what you want.
Written 8 January 2020
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Wilson L
Coquitlam, Canada2,613 contributions
Cool visit
Nov. 2019
Cool visit, very touristy with touristy items. It's worth checking out, really fun times to see. Tons of souvenirs.
Written 25 November 2019
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Bryan M
10 contributions
Great place to visit and shop
Oct. 2019
This is a great place to visit and shop in the city. We hired a taxi drive to drive us around for and an hour or two and told him we liked to see. Juan drove us all around the city with a visit to the market. It was a great place, and we got several of the souvenirs at the various shop located at the market. The prices were much better than the other tourist trap shops at the cruise port. There were a lot of locals at the shops. The mix of stores were interesting as were many of the smells. You can get a taste of everyday there… A good way to experience a small taste of another culture. If you are squeamish you may want to stay away from the butchers in the market. The sights and smells can take a toll on the faint of heart, or the vegans in the group.
Written 6 November 2019
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DnBfromAz
205 contributions
This Place Is Great
Nov. 2019 • Couples
A great way to get into the heart of Mazatlan. Spend a few hours walking around and check out all the little shops. Vendors are extremely helpful and friendly. Every year I visit and load up on ball caps and shirts. 3 embroidered ball caps for 100 pesos, little over five dollars. What a deal. Great place for souvenirs, lowest prices that I have found.
It is a must see, at least once. Located in old town, near a beautiful Catholic Cathedral, Plaza Machado, the Malecon and the cruise port.
Stop in, you will be happy you did.
Written 4 November 2019
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MichaelG
Houston, Texas, United States74 contributions
Typical in many ways
May 2019 • Couples
Exterior shops cater to the tourist, t-shirts, sunglasses, hats..etc... Inside is mostly market place for meats, fruits and veggies and a few little places to eat, a couple of places to buy ice cream, sweets and other misc. things. There is an upstairs with several restaurants but then again I've seen this set up before in Belize and other cities. If this is your first trip to Mexico, you'll enjoy the whole thing but if you've been to a centro mercado then this one is pretty much like all the others.
Written 10 May 2019
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