First thing in the morning, post-lunch, or even right after dinner, there’s always a line at Churreria El Moro in Roma Norte. And for good reason - this local chain (with 12 locations around the city) makes some of the best churros in existence. You can get a six-pack of them fresh out of the fryer and covered in cinnamon sugar with a side of hot chocolate dip for less than $5. Or, if you need to cool down after walking around all day, take yourself and a consuelo - El Moro’s churro ice cream sandwich - to nearby Plaza Rio de Janeiro to get some shade.
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Right above Loup Bar you’ll find Maison Artemisia, a cocktail bar in an old Victorian parlor room serving some really great drinks.
There are too many bakeries to count in the city, but Panaderia Rosetta across from Rosetta in Roma is one of the best - get the guava pastry.
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Jenni’s Street Quesadilla
Jenni’s serves some of the best street food in Mexico - get a quesadilla and sit on the curb to eat it and remember what pure happiness feels like.
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