One A Day – 597 – Eating Bucareli
Pollos Carvajal – Mexican-Style BBQ & More
The view from behind the Estadio Venustiano Carranza on Bucareli. You can see the twin spires of the Cathedral in Centro above the on-coming car with its lights on.
Tortas El 32 1/2 – I haven’t tried it yet, but I will…
Carnitas Bucareli “El Guero” – I haven’t tried it yet, but I will.
La Michoacana Bucareli – One of the most popular ice cream and paleteria shops in Morelia. Of course I’ve tried it!
Tortilleria Mara – 100% Maze Nixtamalizado – MUST TRY!
- Calle Virrey Antonio de Bucareli
- Morelia, Michoacán, México
- March 8, 2015
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No, despite what you may be thinking, Bucareli is not an Italian pasta, a European motor scooter, or a secret enclave for Italians in Morelia.
Calle Virrey Antonio de Bucareli is a busy street that crosses much of the Eastern side of Morelia. I travel it often because I ride the Coral combie route to Centro. It is a vibrant, interesting part of the city and along its length are hundreds of family restaurants, stores and places to wander. Bucareli is not a tourist destination or well-known outside of Morelia, but it is an important part of the city and worth the time to explore.
“Eating Bucareli” is the name of a series of photos I will be taking that will include many places along this street that I have visited and tried. The photos posted today do include some places I have not tried yet, but think of them as placeholders for when I do get a chance. The name is also used for an album on the Facebook page for this site.