Ojo de Agua is an airy, quaint spot with its own little fruit and vegetable stand. You’ll find salads topped with avocado, sandwiches, acai bowls for breakfast, and refreshing smoothies. They also have lighter versions of our favorite Mexican dishes, like huevos ahogados (poached eggs in a spicy sauce) and molletes (an open-faced sandwich made with a baguette, refried beans, and queso).
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Churrería El Moro
You can get churros plenty of places in Mexico City, but none are quite as good as the ones from El Moro.
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