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No Juárez guide would be complete without Niddo, a quintessential comfort food restaurant that prioritizes using the best ingredients it can get. There are now three additional outposts nearby and one more in Polanco, but the original location is the only place that serves breakfast all day long. Order some fluffy buttermilk pancakes with creme fraiche, one of their excellent bagels with smoked salmon and cream cheese, or the homemade english muffin with breakfast sausage. The lines used to be wild when they first opened, but now it’s fairly easy to get a table.

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