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Havre 77 in Juarez has a menu of French classics and is a good spot to hang out when you need a break from Mexican food.
Mexico City has plenty of sushi, but Kyo is our favorite place to get it. There are only 13 seats in the restaurant, so be sure to make a reservation.
Head to El Cardenal in Centro Historico for the best breakfast in the city. Be sure to pair your nata with a concha.
Churrería El Moro
You can get trendy churros now, but none are quite as good as the classic El Moro.
Máximo Bistrot Local
Máximo Bistro serves farm-to-table French food with a Mexican twist in Roma.
El Farolito is a quality taco chain with 24 locations, serving food late into the night.