Mexico City – More Street Eats

Fresh juice is everywhere. About $1.25 for 32 oz. of fresh squeezed.

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Plus you get to watch VH1 Classic.

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El Huequito, supposed to be some of the best pastor tacos around. We were on our way to lunch, so I kept it light with only a couple of tacos.

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Coyoacan Market – Mexico City

Down a few blocks from the Frida Kahlo museum is the Coyoacan Market.img_3914

Serious piñata options available here.

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You want $1.50 seafood tostadas? You’ll get them here.

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You want $1.00 quesadillas. Yes.

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More Mexican food please.

Mexico City – Street Eats

There is so much street food in Mexico City that I can’t believe they can all stay in business. I guess with 25 million in the metropolitan area, you’ve got a big clientele.

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What are Dorilocos? Check out this explainer.

In short, Nacho Cheese Doritos, which are then topped with a variety of ingredients: cueritos (pickled pork rinds), small batons of jicama, cubed cucumber, grated carrots, peanuts (most often described by the vendors as japonés,the ones with the crunchy, soy sauce-flavored shell), gummy bears, lime juice, chili powder,  hot sauce, and chamoy.

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