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El Bazar Sabado

Plaza San Jacinto 11 | 12 Y 13, Mexico City, Mexico
5616 0082
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This indoor and outdoor handicraft market in the historic San Angel neighborhood is artsy and colorful. Recharge at the charming restaurant in the courtyard of the indoor market.
  • Excellent62%
  • Very good27%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Plaza San Jacinto 11 | 12 Y 13, Mexico City, Mexico
San Angel
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5616 0082
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Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

FYI There are not many VEGAN options around if you are looking for food. If you are looking to buy artwork, this area is teaming with artists. You can find plenty of paintings and other handmade goods. For VEGAN food, I ended up going to...More

Thank kamaalta
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

If you happen to be in Mexico City over the weekend, El Bazar del Sabado / The Saturday market is a must you can't skip Great place for breakfast lunch or dinner. The culinary options are on every corner. From typical Mexican food, nice cafe's...More

2  Thank javgar68
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

The bazar as very busy on a Saturday morning. The art on sale was great but not really touristy type stuff unless you really wanted to splash out. The best but was the cafe in the middle with the music. It looked a great place...More

1  Thank Steve K
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

This is a great outdoor art and crafts market. You can see colorful handcrafts and buy them directly from the producers. Great places to eat around the place also. Don't forget to visit the San Jacinto church around the corner. Parking is a little tricky....More

1  Thank ebriones68
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

We took uber to the sabado bazaar. Lots of good restaurants within walking distance. Saks is one of them. Tons of Interesting paintings and art to check out!! No tour needed. Just go yourself and walk around for a couple of hours.

2  Thank LauritaQ
Reviewed 14 May 2017

The Bazar has become more fancy than years ago. More than a flea market, the bazar is a little closed plaza inside a colonial house, divided by different room-boutiques. Most sellers make their own art, jewellery, and quality mexican art pieces. It actually is nice...More

2  Thank diva c
Reviewed 7 May 2017

There were two areas of paintings with small booths of crafts around them. There were also a few indoor shops. The quality of the crafts was good. Prices were a little on the high side. I preferred the Centro de Artesanias La Ciudadela for its...More

Thank bobnancylynch
Reviewed 12 April 2017

The market is in a colonial building near the square of the open market. The difference between them is that in this the quality (and the price) are higher than the other. You can find dresses, jewellery, arts, but also any other kind of handcrafted...More

2  Thank GiorgioFromTorino
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Shopping for artisan works is a high art form in Mexico City and on any Saturday it does not get better than Bazar de Sabado... well into its 40th year of operation. Located in the upscale area of San Jacinto near San Angel, this two...More

2  Thank Jim Jaime E
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Despite a scarcity of parking spaces, crowds of sight-seers, high-prices, empty and scarce ATM machines, the Bazar del Sabado and it's surrounding markets and shops is an absolute delight either to window shop or to over-spend on some of the best (and most expensive) Mexican...More

3  Thank archibalda
Nearby
San Angel
San Ángel is known for its artistic vibe and elegant
details displayed throughout its streets, antique
residences and haciendas where famous actors like
Consuelo Velázquez, Capulina and other prominent
families used to live and that have now been turned
into beautiful galleries, cafés and restaurants. An
array of cultural and artistic activities are
organized in the neighborhood, but it is on Saturdays
...More
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tulips400
6 July 2017|
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Response from GiorgioFromTorino | Reviewed this property |
There are some little squares and streets around it.
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tulips400
6 July 2017|
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Response from Jim Jaime E | Reviewed this property |
Street parking all around, you are in an affluent residential area overall with art and artisans in the parks and shops. I often drive in Mexico. It is Saturday - the only heavy traffic is closer to Mexico City on certain... More
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Clayton I
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Response from GiorgioFromTorino | Reviewed this property |
Fine Art is for sure at Sabado Bazar. There are also a lot of gallery around there
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