We happened on Arugula Cuccina while on an evening walk around the Centro Historico. It was packed, mostly with young people eating pizza, so we came back the next day for lunch. They have a fairly large selection of both traditional and "gourmet" pizzas, plus a "make up your own" option. We liked the Greek pizza (olives and feta cheese being dominant components). The Mexican pizza, which featured a healthy sprinkling of chili piquin on top, was enjoyed by the Mexicans in our group, not so much by the gringos. The pasta was cooked al dente, so if you like it softer you'll want to specify. There's a good selection of beer, wine and soft drinks, but I didn't see any evidence of a bar for the hard stuff. The location is convenient, a block from the zocalo, and the ambience is casual with just a hint of rustic thrown in. Windows open right onto the sidewalk/street so there's a bit of street noise but it's not overwhelming. The young guys who are the servers are friendly and helpful and want to please.
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