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El Farolito

El Farolito is the most convenient taco joint you’ll find in the city, considering there are 24 of them and they’re all open very late. The tacos al pastor are great and you should also order a chicharron de queso - basically a crispy piece of cheese. Eat as many tacos as you can and try every sauce available. Then wash it all down with a horchata.

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