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El Greco


Michoacán, Cuauhtemoc
Earn 3X Points

Located right in the hub of Condesa, El Greco is a must-visit when you’re in the area. The place is small, with lots of outdoor seating, and it’s the kind of spot where you might just strike up a conversation with a stranger, whether it’s a digital nomad or a local worker from the hardware shop next door. And they’re probably both ordering the same thing: the doneraky meat plate with cheese that comes with thinly sliced crispy and juicy seasoned pork meat served with hot tortillas on the side for a DIY taco situation. 

The pita bread taco with mushrooms and cheese is also a great option if you’d like to skip the meat. The tacos cost around $2 to $3 and they’ve been in business for over 40 years.

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