over 20 million, easily making it one of the most populated metropolis’ in the world. Located in the Valley Of Mexico, Mexico City is also vast. Its population and vastness combined can make a short trip to Mexico City difficult to manage for eager foodies. If time isn’t quite on your side, be sure to stop at one of these destinations to dine at the city’s best.

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Churros and a milkshake from El Moro.

Danielle Harling

Nosh On Churros At El Moro

With only 48 hours on your side, finding a street vendor hawking a hot batch of churros might prove difficult. Instead of losing precious hours wandering the streets in search of this dough-y delight, head to El Moro. El Moro has served churros since 1935 and boasts several locations, including a 24-hour restaurant in the Historical Center. A bit of an insider tip: As enticing as it may sound to dunk your freshly-fried churro in a plastic container brimming with chocolate or caramel sauce, opt for a milkshake or hot chocolate as your dipping companion.

Indulge In Street Tacos

A visit to Mexico City isn’t complete without at least a dozen (or maybe even a few dozen) tacos under your belt. In only two days, you likely won’t be able to down that many tacos, but they’re an absolute must in Mexico City. Finding a taco vendor isn’t hard and a great number of them offer seating (albeit cozy) if you’ve nearly run your Fitbit into the ground trekking across the city.

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Craft cocktail from Licoreria Limantour.

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Watch The Masters Of Mixology At Work At Licorería Limantour 

Licorería Limantour is widely celebrated as a craft cocktail haven in Mexico City, and for good reason. The ambiance of the space gives off New York City chic while mixologists at the bar exude Mexico City’s signature charm and hospitality, all the while artfully preparing the boozy concoction of your choosing. Be sure to eat beforehand, as Licoreria Limantour features a fairly limited menu. If hunger does set in, you can’t go wrong with an order of their fries (complete with four, various dipping sauces).

Fill Up With Breakfast, Morning Or Night

With restaurants like Freims, breakfast at 9 p.m. (or even later) isn’t a problem. Located in the Cuauhtemoc District, Freims specializes in all day brunch. On their brunch menu, you’ll find chilaquiles, avocado toast, Nutella and banana waffles and plenty of other breakfast bites. On most days of the week, the latest they close is 11:30 P.M.

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Mexico City boasts a population well over 20 million, easily making it one of the most populated metropolis’ in the world. Located in the Valley Of Mexico, Mexico City is also vast. Its population and vastness combined can make a short trip to Mexico City difficult to manage for eager foodies. If time isn’t quite on your side, be sure to stop at one of these destinations to dine at the city’s best.

Nosh On Churros At El Moro

With only 48 hours on your side, finding a street vendor hawking a hot batch of churros might prove difficult. Instead of losing precious hours wandering the streets in search of this dough-y delight, head to El Moro. El Moro has served churros since 1935 and boasts several locations, including a 24-hour restaurant in the Historical Center. A bit of an insider tip: As enticing as it may sound to dunk your freshly-fried churro in a plastic container brimming with chocolate or caramel sauce, opt for a milkshake or hot chocolate as your dipping companion.

Indulge In Street Tacos

A visit to Mexico City isn’t complete without at least a dozen (or maybe even a few dozen) tacos under your belt. In only two days, you likely won’t be able to down that many tacos, but they’re an absolute must in Mexico City. Finding a taco vendor isn’t hard and a great number of them offer seating (albeit cozy) if you’ve nearly run your Fitbit into the ground trekking across the city.

Watch The Masters Of Mixology At Work At Licorería Limantour 

Licorería Limantour is widely celebrated as a craft cocktail haven in Mexico City, and for good reason. The ambiance of the space gives off New York City chic while mixologists at the bar exude Mexico City’s signature charm and hospitality, all the while artfully preparing the boozy concoction of your choosing. Be sure to eat beforehand, as Licoreria Limantour features a fairly limited menu. If hunger does set in, you can’t go wrong with an order of their fries (complete with four, various dipping sauces).

Fill Up With Breakfast, Morning Or Night

With restaurants like Freims, breakfast at 9 p.m. (or even later) isn’t a problem. Located in the Cuauhtemoc District, Freims specializes in all day brunch. On their brunch menu, you’ll find chilaquiles, avocado toast, Nutella and banana waffles and plenty of other breakfast bites. On most days of the week, the latest they close is 11:30 P.M.

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