Gringos Guide to Mexico City
By the time you wake up in Mexico City, everyone is already setting up shop on the corners. Tortas and tlacoyos are being prepared as early as nine in the morning and the city is filled with over twenty million hungry people.
Created by Mexico City native Elena Reygadas, Rosetta Panaderia is loved by those near and far. Regadas started her foundation in an Italian restaurant but the breads there became so popular that she opened the panaderia. The bakery is located in the heart of the neighborhood Roma Norte, where the streets are lined with beautiful old row houses and leafy trees.
Every morning, employees run back and forth between the restaurant and bakery carrying trays of freshly baked bread on their heads. The small bakery has an indoor bar-like seating area and benches outside but the best place to eat fresh bread is in the Plaza Rio de Janeiro park.
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1/29/2020 10:56:11 pm
You had me at cinnamon rolls! What an amazing opportunity to visit Mexico City and enjoy all the delicacies. Keep up there great work on the blog.
1/30/2020 07:34:11 am
I would love to have a taste of bread in this panaderia. We call bakery in the Philippines the same name. Lola, you amaze me with your adventures. Keep them coming.
10/27/2022 04:32:13 am
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