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The 18 Essential Tulum Restaurants

Where to find wood-fired mariscos, mezcal, and modernist cuisine in the jungles of Tulum It’s nearly impossible to stroll down the sandy, palm tree–populated road that connects Tulum’s Hotel Zone — the area’s eco-chic properties scattered along the street that separates lush jungle from turquoise ocean — without catching rustic signage peeking behind leaves advertising yoga and fresh juice.
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