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I went there asking for the chocolate atoll, bye there was nothing left. I had their chocolate beverages and they’re excellent! I bought them for my place.
I also had hoja santa dishes, quite a pleasure...
PROS: flavour, one of the best Oaxaca chef from...More
They have a restaurant/cafe, and a gift shop, and a gallery. Among many, they show three generations of pottery artists from the Castillo and Merino family. From a show when I was there, I bought a shadow box with little masks, some wood alebrije and...More
La Mano Magica is magic. They have a high quality selection of crafts from the Oaxaca area. The art in the back rooms is excellent, including a number of collages by Morales, worth the visit just to see these.
La Mano Magica has been around a long time, and in the last few years has seemed brighter and fresher in its offerings. The textiles, carvings are first-rate, often one of a kind and beguilingly displayed. The art gallery — three spacious rooms — takes...More
I visited this charming restaurant twice during my 8 days in Oaxaca. As the name indicates, this place really has a magical aura about it. The food is delicious and creative. All the plates we tried were delicious: salad with jamaica (hibiscus flowers), the veggie...More
We had lunch in Lucicaro, the restaurant attached to La Mano Magica and were surrounded by beautiful artwork while we ate. The veggie and cheese empanadas were delicious, and the guacamole was out of this world. If you enjoy a good margarita, try the mescal...More
Stopped in here - completely at random - to get a cup of tea for my wife, who was suffering a bit of a tummy bug. The owner of the cafe here suggested she take some lemongrass tea. Not only tea perfectly presented - it...More