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Le Tachinomi Desu


Rio Panuco 130,
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This cramped, standing-room-only wine/sake bar in the Cuauhtemoc neighborhood can’t fit more than 20 people, and though it’s chaotic and you’ll probably spend half the night pressed up against the bar, it’s one of our favorite places to drink in CDMX. Our recommendation is to save this place until the end of the night, when you can be amongst the rest of the stumbly, well-dressed crowd, drinking natural wine and rare sake (including the only Mexican variety in existence), and mentally making plans to do it all again tomorrow night.

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