A lovely location in an evocative courtyard and live music played every night make this a favorite with tourists and locals alike. Most come for the chiles en nogada (poblano peppers with a creamy walnut sauce) with pomegranate seeds sprinkled on top. The pechuga rellena de elote y mango (chicken breast stuffed with corn and mango) is also popular. There's a nice list of local liquors.
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