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Mexico City and Ixtapa tips for Honeymoon

Russian | May 17, 201812:08 PM     1

Hi all,
Going to Mexico City for my honeymoon (arriving this Saturday night). First trip back to Mexico after living there as a child nearly 30 years ago.

Where should I go to eat? I'm a huge fan of Mexican food, so any recommendations for tacos, etc. in particular would be appreciated. Also, I don't eat pork, so less keen on places where that is the primary draw/focus.

We will be in Mexico City this coming weekend, then 4 days in Ixtapa, before coming back for a few days in Mexico City. Unfortunately, didn't book some of the trendiest places months in advance, so would particularly appreciate recs for places that will be OK with a last minute reservation (with help from hotel concierges at good hotels).

If it makes any difference, I speak Spanish well and don't need English menus. Gracias!

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