Café El Jarocho
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Café El Jarocho information
This immensely popular joint churns out coffee for long lines of java hounds. As there’s no seating inside, people have their drink standing in the street or sitting on curbside benches. A branch with seats is several blocks northwest of Jardín Centenario.