Go Baroque in Puebla

Where to Eat

Take the Soy Poblana food tour to try street food, like the masa-based molotes, from a variety of vendors.
(Photo: Courtesy of Eat Mexico)
Check out what Puebla’s next generation of chefs is up to at Augurio, a recently opened spot from Angel Vazquez just a few blocks from the cathedral at the new Quinta Esencia hotel. Take a seat in the spare dining room and start with something from the cocktail menu, which spotlights tequila and mezcal in drinks like the La Santísima, made with blanco tequila, grilled-pineapple syrup, and grasshopper salt ($6.30). Dig in to dishes like crispy-skinned suckling pig in pipián verde sauce ($12.50), calf’s-foot tostadas ($2.50) and chicharrón-crusted prawns served with avocado salsa ($9.50).



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