Au Pied de Cochon



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Au Pied de Cochon is the main restaurant inside the Intercontinental Presidente, where Obama, Xi-Jinping, and a slew of other international world leaders have stayed. It’s open 24/7 and gets busy for fancy lunches and dinners, as well as late night on the weekends or whenever there’s a concert at the Auditorio Nacional across the street. The menu’s classic French—think: coq a vin, tender filet mignon with morels in beef au jus, and onion soup—and it’s a great place to recharge after a trip to the Museo Rufino Tamayo, roughly a 25-minute walk away.

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