Abarrotes Delirio



$$$$Perfect For:Coffee & A Light Bite

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Abarrotes Delirio has been around since 2013, well before it was common to hear more English than Spanish in Roma. There’s a big outdoor terrace, fast wifi, plenty of places to plug in, and a light breakfast and lunch menu. Get the avocado toast, which comes topped with tahini and sauerkraut, or the baguette layered with prosciutto, pesto, arugula, and tomato. When the work day’s done, swing by the specialty store inside for some bread, fancy cheese, and a nice bottle of Mexican wine to take home.

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