Run by the same team as Rosetta over in Roma Norte, this bakery and cafe is also super cozy and beautiful in a much more rustic and imperfectly perfect way. It’s also strategically located in front of some of Juarez’s best stores, which makes it a great place to fuel up or take a break before or after some shopping. Even though their salads and quiches are great, breakfast is probably the meal where they excel the most, both their baked goods and coffee are excellent. If you can, try to stop by on a weekday or during off times because there can be a long wait otherwise.
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