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Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery information
Lonely Planet review
Dishing out traditional Mexican food since 1941, this 500-seat behemoth in Market Square sprawls across several dining areas, giving the busy wait staff and strolling mariachis quite a workout. It's also open 24 hours, making it ideal for 3am enchilada cravings.