Private booths dot the outer rim of this 19th century bar and restaurant just a few blocks from the Zocalo. Vested waiters serve a number of good mole dishes for about $5 US, and the wall of fame here is quite impressive. Photos of presidents, movie stars, and yes, an article about Pancho Villa's famous ride in the front door and bullet holes in the roof are all there to see. The day we were there a masked Mexican wrestler and his entourage were seated at one of the private dining booths behind the red velvet curtains (yes, he had his mask on when he left). A must visit destination for the Mexico City traveler. The food was good, and the history of the place made it perfect. The formal waiters are very friendly and helpful.
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