An Evening Guide to Tu­lum

Whether you are look­ing for a quiet evening by the ocean, some live mu­sic and danc­ing, or some tasty food, here is the in­side scoop on how to have a great night out in this Riviera Maya beach town

The Playa Times Riviera Maya's English Newspaper - - Out ‘ N’ About - BY CRYS­TAL MITCHELL

Tu­lum is not a hid­den away fish­ing vil­lage any­more. Its se­crets have rip­pled out into the world con­vert­ing it into a hipster mecca. In place of tucked away Mex­i­can stands you will find pol­ished, Soho type bou­tiques. Although this evo­lu­tion has been con­tro­ver­sial, Tu­lum is still the star of the Riviera Maya. Here we high­light a few can’t miss evening places that are still on top even with all of the changes Tu­lum has un­der­gone.

When plan­ning a night out, it is im­por­tant to have a good meal out of the start­ing gate. Ma­teo’s Mex­i­can Grill (km 5.2) is a laid back venue to kick off the party at­mos­phere. Bright col­ors and fes­tive mu­sic will get the party adren­a­line flow­ing. There is an up­per deck that is per­fect for ac­com­pa­ny­ing the sunset over the man­groves and even a rock wall to help you burn off those ex­tra calo­ries.

There are times when you want to take in the lux­ury of a quiet evening with an ocean view and live mu­sic. Unico, lo­cated at the pres­ti­gious Ho­tel Mi Amor (km 1.8), is a true gem nes­tled along the beach.

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