This quaint little market/store was just around the corner from where we stayed in Playa del Carmen. I think the name is Def or Dep, never did get it straight. It specializes in specialty items, which are kind of unique. A very interesting place to take a look around.
The aisles consist of metal industrial shelving. Very clean looking. They have sauces, oils and vinegars galore.
These little babies were jars of sauces. Fish, oyster, curry, etc. Chances are if you need it, they will have it.
They have two "bulk" item areas. This is one. Jars with removable wicker heads. Powders and things like olives.
Now this is a real cowboy, with jeans over his boots. Don't forget to notice the melons too!
Peppers of every style known to Mexico.
I really liked this original way of displaying zucchini and carrots. People drop the ones they don't want in the middle.
Muskmelon and sour oranges too.
Representing the colors of the Mexican flag, we have onions, tomatoes and avocado.
The second "bulk" area was a little odd. Like giant fish tanks with hinged, wooden tops. Displaying such things as dried shrimp,
dried poblano chilies,
and bulk marijuana. Already cleaned! Just kidding but it sure looked like it.
Need a little bulk cinnamon?
When you're done shopping inside, you can stop and get some fresh flowers to take home.
This was/is a great little tienda that deserves a look see when you are in the Playa area. I'll leave it to Heather to tell you the exact address in the Comments section.
Update: Heather has informed me that this store is called DAC and is Avenida 30 and Calle 20 (just North of Constituyentes)