Eating in Mexico City on Sundays gets tricky because most restaurants and businesses are closed. Another place (in addition to La Docena) that stays open is Lardo, a fantastic all-day Mediterranean spot from the same people who run Rosetta. Early lunch is definitely the time to come here when the menu expands to include things like nduja and burrata pizza, mango tiradito, and our favorite grilled octopus in the city. They don’t take reservations at lunch, so expect a bit of a wait on the weekends. That said, putting your name in and taking a stroll through Parque Espana to watch all the neighborhood dogs socializing isn’t a terrible way to spend 45 minutes.
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