Published On: Sun, Aug 13th, 2017

Five cafes in Yucatan that everyone should know

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If you are visiting the fabulous Yucatán and you are also a coffee lover, this is an article you must read, because in this note TYT brings you, according to the website Matador Network, 5 amazing and must-visit cafes in the State. So take note and start your travel around the delicious world of coffee in Yucatan.

  1. Dilan Coffee, Merida

This majestic building of the early 20th century is located on 70th Street and houses, in a small space, one of the greatest treasures of the Historic Center of Merida. Dilan Coffee is a classic coffee shop with a deep respect for the art of brewing coffee. Meticulous care is taken in every detail, from grain selection, toasting and grinding, to final preparation. No matter how sophisticated your craving is, they will know how to prepare perfectly to satisfy it.

Dilan Coffee (Photo: Google)



The atmosphere in Dilan is nice and relaxed, the conversation is always good and the service very efficient. The place is attended by its owner, Gustavo Diaz, and colleague Indra. Both are true coffee lovers who will make sure that, once you have tasted their coffee, you always want to come back for more.

  1. Bengal KafeeHaus, Merida

This cozy cafe located on 60th street, between 51th and 53rd, offers excellent coffee, whether you prefer cold or hot. The sandwiches and breads are perfect to accompany your drink (the pizza sandwich is delicious!). The place and the music are special if you intend to relax.

Bengala Kaffehaus (Photo: Google)



The location of Bengal KafeeHaus could not be better: it is very close to the beautiful square of Santa Lucia, the staff is very friendly and we are sure that if you are looking to drink a great coffee during your visit to Merida, this is your choice.

  1. Pan Central, Merida

Freshly prepared cinnamon rolls, delicious coffee and a friendly atmosphere in a well-designed cafeteria can make a much better start to the day … And it’s just what Pan Central offers, located at 55th Street with 60th and 58th, St Lucia.

Pan Central (Photo: Google)



The breads and breakfasts are delicious and are always served with a smile by their friendly staff. A place that definitely worth to visit in Merida.

  1. Manifesto, Merida

Manifesto (Photo: Google)



Besides being a house that toasts its own coffee, Manifesto is a declaration of love for the coffee and its processes, from the selection of the grain, the roasting, the ground, as well as a meticulous preparation that allow Bring your cup the best possible coffee. However, what most captivates us of this very beautiful place is the friendliness of its owner, who will personally take care of discovering the perfect coffee for you … Manifesto is located on 59th Street, between 66 and 68, in Santiago’s Neighborhood.

  1. Coffee Bike Station, Valladolid

If you walk around Valladolid and you want to taste a good coffee, you can’t miss visiting Coffee Bike Station. They will make you feel at home, explain everything you want to know about your coffee and prepare a drink that will surely be among the best memories of your visit to this magical town. Ah, as its name implies, you can also rent a bicycle! They are located in the 40th street of the Historic Center of Valladolid.

Coffee Bike Station (Photo: Google)



Source: matadornetwork.com

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