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Lonely Planet review
This classic pulquería, a block east of the main market, has a cheerful sawdust-on-the-floor vibe, with a mixed-age crowd enjoying giant mugs of the maguey -based beverage. Even a few females may pop in. Delivered daily from Hidalgo state, the pulque is expertly blended with flavorings like nescafe, pistache (pistachio), and piñon (pine nut).