Bar La Ópera
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Av 5 de Mayo 10 · interesting places nearby
Bar La Ópera information
With booths of dark walnut and an ornate copper-colored ceiling (said to have been punctured by Pancho Villa’s bullet), this late-19th-century watering hole remains a bastion of tradition.