Mérida: Cultural and Gastronomic Capital of the Southeast

No. 227 El Lagarto de Oro Cantina

Places close to the experience where you can spend the night:


Days open to the public:

Domingo, Lunes, Martes, Miércoles, Jueves, Viernes, Sábado

Schedules in which you can enjoy the experience:

12:00 - 23:59


Contact number to make reservations:

Approximate price:

$69 MXN

Months in which you can enjoy the experience:

Todo el año

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El Lagarto de Oro is a cantina located on the corner of 50th Street, offering a wide variety of Yucatecan dishes, drinks, snacks, and desserts. They have traditional snacks like "frijol colado" with queso de bola (strained bean soup with Edam cheese), as well as delicious "codzitos" with black bean paste, red sauce, and Daysi cheese. If you prefer seafood options, they also offer sea snacks such as shrimp ceviche, pork crackling with octopus, and shrimp aguachile with black ashes. Other options include "papadzules" with habanero sausage, a variety of tacos, and some desserts like "xec de gin katún" (gin and honeydew melon cocktail), "flan de la abuela" (grandmother's flan) with ice cream and caramel, among others, each with a special touch that sets this place apart. In terms of beverages, they have a variety of beers, classic cocktails, signature cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks. Enjoy the cuisine of the peninsula while listening to live music in the "la bodega" section, where you'll get to know great local artists.

Details of interest:

Includes: Wide variety of dishes, live music, tables, and chairs.
Recommendations for tourists: Make reservations in advance.
Payment methods: Cash and credit cards.
Recommended for: Families, couples, and disabled individuals.
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Distance from Mérida to experience:


Duration of experience:

1 hora approximately

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