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Páramo

Music and tacos away from the madding crowd

Away from the wall-to-wall crowds that emerge elsewhere in the capital in the evening, this late-dinner spot can be relied upon for tasty food and essential music – in a calmer setting. Inconspicuously above another Mexico City mainstay – El Parnita, a lunch-only favourite – this one spills through various spaces including the main, brick-walled terrace and other, cosy enclaves. Expect mouthwatering morsels in the vein of pork-knuckle tacos, and shrimp and Manchego.

 

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