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There are two sides of Condesa: the touristy area between Parque Mexico and Parque España, and then there’s the more residential half. Superette is located in the latter, which also happens to be home to some of the neighborhood’s best neo-colonial architecture. Take a stroll and make a stop here for a galette (similar to a crepe) and a hard apple cider. Like the area itself, it may not be the first place you visit in CDMX, but we can almost guarantee it’ll be one of your favorites. The galettes are delicious (try the classic galette complete with comte cheese, egg, and ham) and it is one of the more affordable places to sit down for a quality snack in the neighborhood.

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