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Tea — Oaxaca City, Oaxaca


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As for the reviews of all the restaurants in the city listed in this guide, not just the ones focused on steeping a great cup of tea, read the article Restaurants — Oaxaca City, Oaxaca.

NotesPickCheckMark.png Café Brújula   Café, Tea     $-$$     (D)
Bohemians and bourgeoisie, both foreign and domestic, mingle at this trendy café, known for its excellent fresh-roasted coffee and tempting eats, including such delectables as loose-leaf teas, smoothies, cookies, chocolate cake, muffins, waffles, granola, sandwiches, and, the star of the menu, authentic New York-style bagels con queso crema, served up in funky-rustic digs filled with American roots music and wifi. A second Brújula was recently opened nearby on Alcalá, the busy pedestrian promenade cutting through the heart of the Centro Historico.


NotesPickCheckMark.png Café Brújula, Alcalá   Café, Tea     $-$$     (D)
Bohemians and bourgeoisie, both foreign and domestic, mingle at this trendy café, known for its excellent fresh-roasted coffee and tempting eats, including such delectables as loose-leaf teas, smoothies, cookies, chocolate cake, muffins, waffles, granola, sandwiches, and, the star of the menu, authentic New York-style bagels con queso crema, served up in an airy colonial courtyard filled with American roots music and wifi.. There's another Brújula, the original, nearby on García Vigil.


Mandala   Teahouse     $     (G)
Xólotl is the wide, traffic-free pedestrian street connecting Alcalá and García Vigil.


El Ágora de Jalatlaco   Café, Tea     (S)


La Pasión   Bakery, Tea     $-$$$     (H)
In a city that is a dream come true for coffee lovers, as luck would have it, to get a decent cup of tea, tea lovers have to schlep just over a mile from the Zócalo to the La Pasión bakery, located in the farthest northern point of the Colonia Reforma. There, they'll find more than a dozen imported black, green, and oolong loose-leaf teas to choose from. That said, La Pasión is primarily a European-style bakery specializing in cakes and pastries, enticingly displayed for you as you step through the front door.

  • Violetas 221, half block north Palmeras;  Colonia Reforma;  Tue - Sun 10 am - 10 pm,  closed Mon;  Mex$50 - 150;  phone 951-513-8100.  



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