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Kulinarische Tipps in Juárez

Frühstückscafé
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“I'm mad for the "envueltos de estragón" (sweet bread with tarragon), it's just sooo good. Bread by made "Rosetta", THE reference in CDMX. Good place for breakfast, brunch, sweet break.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
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“Great diner with hidden music venue at the back. Be sure to check out their facebook page and book for live music and cocktails most nights”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“You will find a restaurant that is always close to where you are located, the price is really very cheap and you can try the authentic Mexican pozole”
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Gastronomiebereich
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“Great spot with a beer garden vibe containing various food stalls - open for breakfast lunch and dinner. I highly recommend getting a hotdog from Hot Dog Ramirez followed by an ice cream from Bendita Paleta!”
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Restaurant
“This restaurant has one of the best breakfast and afternoons coffee that the area can offer, you will taste the flavour of the are and it will create a​ unique experience for you. ”
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Japanisches Restaurant
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“Rokai is a place that you can not get to unexpectedly, as it is too small and, if you go after peak hours, chances are you will not be able to try some of the specialties. If you know Japanese restaurants, you will know that almost everything that comes out of the small bar is cold (sushis, sashimis, makis ...), hence the extension of the restaurant, with a separate kitchen and menu, is dedicated to slow cooking and cooking. hot dishes, such as ramen, noodles or gyozas, unique and plentiful dishes.”
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Restaurant
“By day, the Covadonga's denizens are generally old Spanish guys playing dominoes and eating traditional Asturian delicacies like tortilla espanola, but by night it's a whole different demographic that flocks here. Young local hipsters arrive around 7pm to begin their night out with a few beers—and shots—among friends. It's an old cantina—a traditional drinking den—and the futbol is always on TV, the aging waiters wear prim black vests over starchy white shirts, and the interiors haven't had a makeover in what feels like 50 years. It's comforting to know, though, that even in the Roma, one of the hippest parts of town, some places never change.”
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Bar
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“Fantastic bar in Col. Juarez with a variety of cocktails and great food options. The recently opened their rooftop as well with a separate menu.”
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Bar
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“They have everything here. Good drinks, good service and Mediterranean snacks. Great to end a long day of tourism or work. ”
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Lateinamerikanisches Restaurant
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“great ambience, music. delicious cantina food. live music events in upstairs salon. ”
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Feinkostladen / Weinladen
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“Best sandwiches & juices you'll have in town! And with excellent options for vegetarians & vegans. Tends to be crowded on weekends after 12pm. Located in the beautiful modern Milán 44 store-building to do your organic groceries shopping, and right in front of the Chocolate Museum.”
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Restaurant
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“Amaya is the second offering from chef Jaír Téllez – who helped place Mexico’s Valle de Guadalupe on the culinary map with his first restaurant, Laja – and is a fusion of Baja Californian and Mediterranean cuisine. An effortlessly cool spot where colourful floor tiles and exposed-brick walls create industrial yet chic surrounds, it’s one of the few places in Mexico City where you can eat at the bar. The soft-shell crab has become somewhat of a cult classic and the all-natural wine list reflects Laja’s roots in the wine region, while being an excellent opportunity to sample some local grapes. Order a carajillo as a digestif – it’s the Mexican version of an espresso martini on the rocks and pr”
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Café
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“This place is perfect anytime of the day, they have great food, local craft beer, cool cocktails, natural wines and a very laid back and friendly atmosphere. ”
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Café
“The Juárez outlet of this much-lauded bakery is set inside an old townhouse with high ceilings, a wooden balcony and a pretty garden. Pastries and breads are made fresh daily and span conchas(sweet buns), “peasant” bread, focaccia, cinnamon rolls, bolillos (crusty rolls) and baguettes. Their coffee, said to be the best in town, is sourced from organic small-scale Mexican producers. In a city that’s still catching up with others in terms of coffee culture, this is one of your best options to linger, work, meet for lunch and then stroll around the surrounding colonia.”
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Bar
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“Todo el trabajo de carpintería, diseño y equipamiento en la barra, las repisas y el acomodo eléctrico del local lo hizo Khristian de la Torre, uno de los personajes más brillantes de la escena de la coctelería nacional. Su trayectoria nos remonta a los inicios de Maison Artemisia, que solía ser uno de los mejores, y a otros renombres de la vida nocturna capitalina como Jules Basement y M.N Roy. Estuvo varios años fuera de foco, incluso fuera de México, trabajando con diferentes marcas de destilados como asesor y mientras terminaba de aterrizar un proyecto personal: armar su propio bar. Después de cuatro meses de arduo trabajo, ofrece café, tacos, cervezas artesanales y tragos de añoranza ”
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Französisches Restaurant
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“Perfect if you feel like having some french style delight, from a croisant to a rustic baguette, from a hot chocolate to some delicious macaroons or a eclair... to even a full meal at the restaurant, its up to you.”
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