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Xamán Cafe

Xamán Cafe


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Both hot and iced coffee—an espresso horchata, perhaps—come in clay cantaritos, a nod to the Mexican origins and culture of coffee drinking. Come for the single-origin espresso, stay for the chilaquiles and coffee cocktails at brunch. This cafe is small but mighty in its offerings and flavors. And its backroom, Ayahuasca Cantina, is a truly exciting cocktail bar at night, with an ultra-creative food menu inspired by pre-Hispanic Mexican culinary tradition.

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