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It’s takes one morning stroll to realize there is no shortage of incredible bakeries in this city. But one you can’t miss is Panaderia Rosetta. This tiny cafe/bakery across the street from the main Rosetta restaurant serves fantastic coffee and pastries (the guava pastry has brought us back to life many times after a long night) in a welcoming little space you could hang out in all morning. Come weekends it becomes sort of a mob scene, but they have another location in Roma and one in Juarez where crowds are a bit more manageable.

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