A few days ago I moved to Paseo de La Reforma, one of the biggest avenues in Mexico City. This place is full of restaurants, hotels, malls, offices and lots of people.
One thing I love about my favorite avenue, is that I can walk at any hour of the day and is pleasant to see the people who walks there and all those places and buildings.
What to wear while you walk in Reforma? It doesn’t matter your style, in this street you will see all kind of styles, and all kind of people, you will see a girl wearing the last collaboration of H&M with an Hermès bag or even the smelliest homeless you could ever imagine. You capture in this street the essence of Mexico City.
You can capture the essence of the city just walking in Reforma. But the point here, is that you are able to visit new places and known more than you could think.
Early in the morning my friend Dani and I were ahead to our way to work, and we didn’t could have time for breakfast, so we stopped just around the corner at a place called “Tierra Garat” we were wearing our most casual outfit in a Sunday morning, Nike sneakers, black jeans puffer jackets and our messy blonde hair.
We ordered some coffee with cacao, believe me, the best coffee I’ve ever had. Is not sweet is just the appropriate slightly bitter taste. Dani ordered some “molletes” which is a piece of bread and with Gouda cheese and a chipotle sauce, I get a piece of corn bread with butter.
The taste of the food was also one of a kind, is not just fast food, is a taste of a traditional Mexican breakfast and one of the most traditional Mexican coffee.
I love this place to pick my coffee every morning, or even just for a quick and delicious stop along the way.