Eladio's - Cancun
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Directions to Eladio's
With more than 60 years of experience and 5 locations in Merida and 1 in Progreso, Eladio's bar is a must for the travellers looking for a local experience.
They offer many options of Yucatecan traditional dishes and seafood. Order a beer and you'll get a lot of botanas (snacks) but don't eat too much, try a major course as it is all delicious.
Their philosophy consists in always treating the clients as guests to a party, and it feels like that! The atmosphere is colorful, fun and there is live music to get you in the mood. Eladio's bar is a fine place to have lunch and getting a taste of the Yucatecan traditional cuisine.
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