Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Amecameca. Amecameca (formally Amecameca de Juárez) is a town and municipality located in the eastern panhandle of Mexico State between Mexico City and the Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatépetl volcanos of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is located on federal highway 115 which leads to Cuautla, which is called the Volcano Route (Ruta de los Volcanes). This area is popular with weekend visitors from Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos to enjoy the scenery of the mountains, eat local foods, visit the Sanctuary of the Señor del Sacromonte, the Panoaya Hacienda and other attractions. However, when Popocatépetl is active, tourism here drops dramatically. The area receives a large number of visitors during the annual Carnival/Festival del Señor del Sacromonte, which extends over the week containing Ash Wednesday and is considered to be one of the most important festivals in Mexico State.
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4 based on 124 reviews
So many yummy pastries to choose from and enjoy with their great coffee. Extremely quaint dining space. Many savoury brunch options and everything was deliciously prepared. The do have and English menu available. There might be a line up, but there's a good reason for that and it's worth the wait.
4 based on 259 reviews
We were exploring Mexico City with our guide from Condor Verde and needed a rest and a drink. He suggest cafeteria de MUMEDI. While we were enjoying their delicious fresh fruit drinks, I started looking at the posters decorating all the walls. Iâve never seen anything them before. I had recently seen a TV program at home in the U.K. about Day of the Dead and I assumed they were to do with that.After making further enquiries I now think they were part of a collection for an International Poster Contest called âDeath with a Smileâ Organised by MUMEDI. They are so cleverly done and I had to smile at the black humour. The Cafe is charming and the Staff friendly. I just wish we had had more time to sample the food.Well worth a visit.
4 based on 250 reviews
Masion Belen is a breakfast/brunch restaurant located steps away from the hotel district in Polanco, Mexico City. It has been open for at least a year now and is quite a popular breakfast choice.
Extremely rude! We waited for 45 minutes for a table and watched while parties who arrived after us were seated first. When I asked (in Spanish) how much longer the wait was, the hostess answered 20 minutes even though there were multiple open tables. She made it clear that they would not be accommodating us, and so we left. Definitely would not recommend.
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