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First thing in the morning, post-lunch, or even right after dinner, there’s always a line at Churreria El Moro in Roma Norte. And for good reason - this local chain (with 12 locations around the city) makes some of the best churros in existence. You can get a six-pack of them fresh out of the fryer and covered in cinnamon sugar with a side of hot chocolate dip for less than $5. Or, if you need to cool down after walking around all day, take yourself and a consuelo - El Moro’s churro ice cream sandwich - to nearby Plaza Rio de Janeiro to get some shade.

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