|La Huerta. Corner of Calle Rayón y Armenta y López|
There's a good-for-your-health ambiance without being annoyingly righteous. The manager and the employees are very busy but have time to be friendly and helpful. A couple of times when my purchases have been too awkward to carry in one trip, they have volunteered to bring it to the hotel. I have begun to leave them modest but appreciated propinas. Now when I order a combinacíon, they make certain there is too much in the blender for the plastic cup to hold and they suggest I drink some so they can give me the extra.
|La Huerta service counter|
Here's a couple of the mind-boggling menu boards.
These represent, of course, only the 30 set combinations. I'm quite certain that you have yours custom made. Plus, there are straight juices such as orange, grapefruit, piña, mandarina, etc.
We have tried the following health giving combinaciones: una energético, una para artritis, y los vampiros, cuales son mi favoritas todavía. These come in medio litro and litro sizes, at $35 pesos and $50 pesos, respectively.
|3-a. Chico. For circulation|
Of course, I checked out their hygienic practices. I was reassured to see that all fruits and vegetables are thoroughly washed then disinfected with MicroDyn. Money is handled with a plastic bag over the hand of the recipient.
One of the most impressive items they offer are fresh fruits cubed and anointed with yogurt, granola/amaranth/bran/raisins, etc in a towering, probably one liter plastic cup.This must be tried before we leave.
Jugotería "La Huerta"
Corner of Calle Rayón and Calle Armenta y López, Oaxaca Centro
Hours: 6:30 a.m to 5 p.m. daily
Drink and food: ****+
Service: (counter service, very limited seating, mostly take out) *****
Price: 1/2 $ Bargain!
Hygiene: very good
"Hold me, Squeeze me, never let me go, never let me go."
|Jugo 13-b, for circulation. You can't beet this with a carrot stick!|
You're in Oaxaca?! I want to be in Oaxaca. Every time I write Oaxaca, I have to look up the spelling first. I've never been in Oaxaca. Maybe some day. And I can go to this juice-ería.
I've never gotten to go to Oaxaca, either.
If all goes well, I will be in Oaxaca next month. I may stop at your little juice bar -- even though I am not a big fan of fruit.
What is jugo de Vampiro good for?
I splell Oxaca wrong more often than not.
I live in Oaxaca - just remember an 'a' after each previous letter and you are good to go. Are you coming down to Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca?
I didn't realize PE was in Oaxaca. Any recommendation of places to stay on the beach?
Your guess is as good as mine. Blood purifier?
Santa Fe Hotel in Zicatela.
Gracias, I will look it up.
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