Although the food is very good at Tetetlán, it isn’t the main reason to stop by. There’s a huge menu of solid tacos, tlayudas, and pizzas that all feature local ingredients, but this is one of the most unique and eye-catching restaurants we’ve ever seen. Located next to one of the former Luis Barragan houses (Casa Pedregal, which you can and should visit), this huge space is a blend between the Barragan architecture and a more modern setup with a transparent floor exposing the natural volcanic lava stones, and a mix of strange (yet perfect) furniture. There’s a gigantic private book collection scattered throughout the space, which you can browse while eating (or look at post-meal with a carajillo on hand).

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