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Kid Friendly Colonial Mexico?

pyt | Sep 30, 2007 12:41 PM

We’ve traveled to Mexico (mostly the colonial cities) a couple of times already, and really enjoyed the food. This time, we will be visiting Mexico City, Morelia, Guadalajara, and Queretaro, but the major difference is that we will have a 1-year old in tow. Thus, we were hoping to get some direction on some good places to go.

So here are the particular suggestions that we are seeking at this time…

1) One of our more memorable meals from past visits was at Izote. We would like to enjoy at least one “splurge” meal, probably for a lunch or early dinner, at a place where they wouldn’t mind a little one. In DF, would Aguila y Sol, MP Bistro, and El Bajio be among your top contenders?

2) We will probably be staying in Colonia Roma, so places to run out for a quick bite in the evening would be appreciated.

3) the “best” chilaquiles; our favorites are the ones that are baked and without eggs.

4) Lastly, I haven’t seen too much about Queretaro, so especially interested in hearing any input about that city. However, suggestions for any of the cities would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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