El Moro is walkable from the downtown area of Mexico City but quite a few blocks to the west from the area around the Zocalo. We went there early one evening and it was about half full. I had cafe y churros and my wife had the churros with hot chocolate. Her chocolate was great. The coffee was so-so. But the churros were terrific. The place has an old feel to it, not that there is anything wrong with it. It just looks old and traditional. The churros were very affordable but the drinks were pricey. It was also fun to stand just outside and watch them make the churros although the stairs to the metro were also close by and that made it rather crowded on what is a very busy shopping street. I know there are other places for churros in Mexico City but this is the best known.
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