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Churrería El Moro

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Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas 42, Cuauhtemoc
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The city is full of trendy, new churrerias, but a classic spot is the way to go your first time around. The churros, churro ice cream sandwich, and Mexican hot chocolate here are some of the best around. Our grandfather says this place has been the perfect spot for breakfast or a snack since he was a kid, and if you don’t trust our grandfather, you should just stop reading now.

Natalie Cohen

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