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“We could say that La Malquerida is the amusement park for pulque lovers. Its variety of flavors and its careful elaboration processes will leave you with the square eye. You find pulque de piñón, strawberries with cream, mango, kahlua, tequila, red wine and even what may sound crazy like chocolate Sneakers. Their prices are accessible, 45 pesis a liter of pulque or 50 pesos a jug; They also have promotions like that in which they collect 50 tickets from La Malquerida and exchange them for 3 jars of pulque or 3 caguamones, because this place does not live on mead alone.”
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“Comixcal is a clay oven used in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. There they prepare the totopos, which is what they eat most in that warm region, already very close to Veracruz. Comixcal is also an Oaxacan restaurant in Santa María la Ribera that takes special care to spread food throughout the state of Oaxaca. That is why its menu is somewhat unusual. In Comixcal the most special are the dishes from other parts of Oaxaca, in addition to the capital. The state has 8 regions, each marked by the seasoning of a particular climate and geography, and those are precisely what they prepare. From the Isthmus of Tehuantepec they have garnachitas; from the Costa Chica a yellow mole of fungi; of the Central Valleys the tlayudas served with chepiche, huajes and radishes.”
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“A satellite of the beloved (and creepy) UTA bar, Paranoid Visions isn’t just a taste of the hangover to come. Bohemian, and characterized by a peculiar distribution of musical genres that intrigue more than just the kids from the nearby Saturday el Chopo Market. Both places draw on the 1980s music and culture scenes in Mexico City, a decade that’s perhaps never left the city. Unlike the UTA, Paranoid Visions possesses some sensational sculptures, souls who seem to be forever watching, waiting for a drink. The music may very well intoxicate you, but any party here will be part ceremony and part last-one-for-the- road. What a road it is. ”
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“Pulque is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented sap of the maguey plant. It is traditional to central Mexico, where it has been produced for millennia. It has the color of milk, somewhat viscous consistency and a sour yeast-like taste. The drink's history extends far back into the Mesoamerican period, when it was considered sacred, and its use was limited to certain classes of people. After the Spanish Conquest of Mexico, the drink became secular and its consumption rose. The consumption of pulque reached its peak in the late 19th century. In the 20th century, the drink fell into decline, mostly because of competition from beer, which became more prevalent with the arrival of European immigrants. There are some efforts to revive the drink's popularity through tourism.”
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“Cantina donde puedes pasar un rato ameno degustando las únicas tortas de pulpo del la CDMX, ”
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