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Casa Mendoza
Casa Mendoza has been located directly behind the City Market since 1942. This large curio store features jewelry, pottery, Mexican dolls, Indian arts, onyx, blown glass and clay ceramic pots. It's still owned by the Mendoza family who does its best to keep the tradition of siestas alive. The store is closed from 2:30 to 3:30 each afternoon. Open daily except on Sunday.

Contacted at: 12-03-04.


Casa Onate
The biggest shopping center and located in Juarez. Houses the largest selection of leather goods available. Leather purses, wallets, jackets, luggage and even golf bags are stocked along with saddles, silver and turquiose jewelry and some craft items. Open from Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm, Sunday 9am to 4pm.

Located at
1800 Av.
16th de Septiembre, Casa Onate
Contacted at:
13-43-49


City Market
With a large main floor and a second story balcony filled with booths, you'll find arts and crafts, jewelry, clothing, rugs and blankets, pinatas and all the other typical tourist items. Haggling over price is expected.


Cuauhtemoc Market
Located just southwest of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission, this is a bustling market like you'll find in larger cities and towns in Mexico and Central America. The 3-story market building features small restaurants on the main floor and shops on the upper floors. Outside is a bustling open-air food market with fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, etc.


Decor
This three-story store is another landmark. Mexican made furniture is now the focus on the first and second floors with glass and ceramics, plus gold and silver jewelry mixed in. The enclosed glass factory on the third floor features a viewing window where you can watch artesans create hand-blown glass pieces. Good prices, for shipping is available. Opens daily from 10am to 6pm, credit cards are accepted.


Duty Free Mexico
These stores specializes in perfumes and colognes. Prices are substantially below U.S. retail.


Plaza de las Americas Mall
This modern mall, with marble floors, huge sky lights, a 3-screen movie theater and even an ice-skating rink resembles a newer American mall. The stores are an assortment of those catering to locals and visitors. The large S-Mart grocery store is an interesting place to browse and see the similarities and differences with U.S stores.

Within a few blocks of the mall you'll find several stores selling Mexican crafts and furniture, plus museums, local restaurants and several American fast food restaurants including Burger King, McDonalds, Church's Chicken and Golden Corral. The ice rink opened in 1994, offers public skating everyday with afternoon and evening hours.

Contacted at:
Tel: 13-98-11.


Pueblito Mexicano Mall
Built to resemble a Mexican village, the indoor courtyard looks like the town plaza with shops and restaurants around the perimeter. It is a beautiful building with stained glass windows and intricate stone work, but its occupancy rate has probably never exceeded 50%. There are a few shops and restaurants, plus a good-sized grocery store.


 

Acknowledgements: ASIATRAVELMART.COM








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