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Restaurante Nicos

$$$$+52 1 55 5396 7090
Hours:TUE
8AM-7PM

When you walk into Nicos, you might feel like you’re in a pretty standard neighborhood restaurant. But as soon as you see the rotating mezcal cart and your food starts arriving, you’ll realize this place is operating on an entirely different level. Nicos serves traditional Mexican food and everything we’ve eaten here has been incredible. It’s on the way to (or from) the airport, so we’d recommend it for a pre or post-flight meal. Just make sure you save time to linger - this is the kind of meal you don’t want to have to rush.

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