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Pasteleria Suiza


La Condesa

$$$$Perfect For:Quick EatsClassic EstablishmentDessert

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Pasteleria Suiza has been a neighborhood institution since 1942, and not much about this place has changed since. It can get slammed around holidays like Día de Muertos or Día de Reyes, when people line up out the door for pan de muerto or rosca de reyes. Head here for a classic concha, oreja, or polvorón, but don’t plan on staying long—everything’s takeout and they don’t sell coffee, but you can get some at La Balance next door.

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