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Café Comunidad


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$$$$Perfect For:Coffee & A Light BiteGetting Work DoneVegansGluten-Free Options
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Blanco Yoga is one of Mexico City’s most popular yoga studios, and it’s also home to one of its most well-known coffee shops, Café Comunidad. The space is huge and divided into three areas: a terrace, a casual interior, and a hidden enormous back patio. There’s a small menu of vegan and gluten-free pastries (the banana cake with oatmeal covered in chocolate and cardamom is a must) as well as bigger plates like their stone-oven pizzas, hearty salads, and baguettes toasted with roasted vegetables. Plan to come by in the afternoon so you can end the day with some vinyasa, then pop back in for a glass of wine, beer, or a mocktail.

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