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We did a food walking tour while in Puebla, but we did walk by this place (it was closed) and our guide recommended it for a unique experience. She said it's just this old man who runs it and makes the pasita, and he keeps...More
I would have never known this place existed if our guide didn't suggest it. We had just shopped at the antique/flea market and were wandering around Puebla. This place was hopping, but we made our way to the bar to order the raisin liqueur, which...More
Pasita is a local appertif, served in a quaint old little hole in the wall place with a nice vibe and friendly staff. The oldest bar in Puebla...
Served cold in a little shot glass with a cube of goat cheese...to be sipped. A nice...More
Located, at least for now because of the earthquake, in a little hole in the wall space near the Los Sapos artisan area, this business offers alcohol for what ails you. Served in a shot glass, you have your choice of flavors. The raisin flavor...More
La Pasita recently relocated due to the earthquake. We searched for it, found it and it was well worth it. Its a fabulous little Mexican bar that has been operating for decades. They only sell shot glasses of fruit flavoured liquors and they are delicious!!...More
With 25 liqueurs to choose from, La Pasita is a fascinating small bar. Seeing groups of people of all ages only drinking liqueurs from shot glasses is a unique experience. The signature raisin flavoured Pasita is delicious served with a cube of cheese in the...More
... unless you have this stop on your sightseeing schedule, you will most likely walk right past it... the original pasita is sweet and dangerous... drink it right there but buy a bottle to take home...
We visited the original La Pasita, it's a very small typical cantina full of great junk decor. The owner was very nice and recommended the original drink la Pasita and the China Poblana. Both drinks were delicious