Totally local yet beloved by visitors, this place is the real deal, morning, noon, and night. Multigenerational Mexican families dine among a spattering of granola-crunchy tourists, all comfortably ensconced within the warm colors of the walls, wood, and endless bric-a-brac. At breakfast, egg dishes reign supreme and enfrijoladas (corn tortillas layered with refried beans, cheese, and sour cream) are an excellent choice. It's also hard to go wrong with the traditional
lunch plates, which include lots of enchiladas and chicken dishes. It's open later than most spots in town.
Truco 7, Guanajuato, 36000, Mexico