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24 HOURS OF STREET FOOD IN MEXICO CITY

Awaiting tacos in Mexico City.

In Mexico City, it’s entirely possible to eat—very well, mind you—exclusively on the streets for every meal, snack, juice break, and late-night munchies attack. Mexico City– and

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