This market is clearly the go-to place for anyone attempting to recreate a meal they had farther down the road. They have an abundance of exotic produce (e.g., tamarind, cactus flowers, etc.) and meat (e.g., chorizo, fajita seasoned beef, and who knows what else). However, at this market you can also score giant $25 pinatas, guava paste, a few pastries, and standard offerings, such as cereal, tortillas, juices, and household cleaners. The personal-care section is a real stand-out with offerings such as Chile con Romero (pepper and rosemary) Shampoo, which is guaranteed to prevent hair loss.

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