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Casa Etnika

Calle Sixto Osuna # 50 | Colonia Centro, Mazatlan 82000, Mexico
+52 669 136 0139
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Fun and Unique shop

We visited Casa Etnika based on other reviews and we were not disappointed! Located in the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sheryl1M
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California
A unique experience

We visit Casa Etnika everytime we go down to Mazatlan. They have a very good selection of Mexican... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
David W
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Calgary, Canada
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Casa Etnika offers distinctive, handcrafted products for highly personalized individual use and home decoration. We offer our customers the experience garnered from having obtained our wonderful artisan merchandise that we bring exclusively from the remote corners of our beloved Mexico. We offer a vast range of handicrafts and decorative articles that are hand made by artisans from diverse regions of Mexico. At Casa Etnika you are assured of an original, distinctive piece at an accessible price.
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Calle Sixto Osuna # 50 | Colonia Centro, Mazatlan 82000, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Casa Etnika based on other reviews and we were not disappointed! Located in the historical district of Mazatlan, it's just a couple of blocks from Plaza Machado. They have an interesting selection of artisans from around Mexico - oaxacan carved animals, wire sculptures,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visit Casa Etnika everytime we go down to Mazatlan. They have a very good selection of Mexican art, crafts, clothing, and jewelry; all reasonably priced. We particularly like the work of Arsenio Morales, from Oaxaca, and Etnika has a good selection of his work....More

Thank David W
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I would 100% shop here over anywhere else I've been on this trip. Skip all the little cheap stores and come here to get good quality, handmade Mexican pieces. There's things to fit anyone's budget and the owners are the sweetest people we've met in...More

Thank Paige O
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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

This shop has something beautiful for everyone. From sweet baby shirts to fabulous aprons. From a Frida lazy Susan (handpainted) to leather bags. Everything is locally sourced and curated by the amazing couple who owns the shop. This spot in Old Mazatlan is not to...More

Thank Tatiana R
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

I just returned from a wonderful week in Mazatlan and I stayed in centro (loved every minute of it). Casa Etnika is hands down the very best store. It sells an assortment of local handicrafts and clothing. Wonderful jewelry, bags, art, clothing - all unique...More

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Reviewed 3 February 2018

The owners of this store are very kind and helpful. I like to show all my visiting guest Casa Etnika. The store has handcrafted goods from all areas of Mexico. Don’t forget the coffee it’s great. The store has handcrafted items from all of Mexico.

Thank Denise T
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Reviewed 9 January 2018

We were told Casa Etnika was the place to go for local art. So true. There were so many choices at reasonable prices. Loved it all. Bought earrings and a book mark. When I found no televera pottery the workers were kind enough to direct...More

2  Thank Stephanie O
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Reviewed 22 December 2017

Beautiful and interesting pieces - earrings, pottery, beadwork, and so on - by artisans from different parts of Mexico, many at reasonable prices. It was a pleasure shopping there, especially with a spot to relax and listen to live music!

1  Thank Barbara K
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Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile

They have a cat to pet, if Sparky is in at the moment of your visit!! This is the real stuff you should be buying when you come to Mexico, actual hand made items by actual Mexicans. This startlingly expansive shop has great folk waiting...More

1  Thank Karen V
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

This is a fun, interesting, and generally budget friendly gallery and store. Handcrafted items, most, one of a kind, and very high quality. Despite this, the prices are reasonable and the owners and other staff always friendly and knowledgeable about the items in the store....More

1  Thank Norma J
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Beachlover59808
5 April 2017|
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Response from Marty V | Reviewed this property |
Etnika would be a very reliable place to get souvenirs. I'd carry them on if they're not too heavy. I'm sure Etnika will wrap them for you. A fun hint-we bring water wings and put our breakables in them. Mostly we use them... More
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MaAnn
1 April 2017|
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Welcome to Mazatlan. Follow the blue line on the road to the plaza. At the corner of the plaza/zocolo is the street Sixto Osuna (youll see Ghia restaurant ). Follow the Sixto up 2 1/2 blocks and youll see us on the right... More
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