This cafe is located in a pretty tree-shaded patio. When we visited in December, there were poinsettas in window boxes all around the patio. The crowd looked well-heeled and well-dressed: business people and perhaps families after Sunday church.
Like many restaurants in the area - they do not take credit cards.
There are options for Mexican or traditional Canadian breakfasts. I had omelettes on both visits. My wife had scrambled eggs the first time and oatmeal with fruit on our second visit. She loved the oatmeal. There are many coffee options. This might be expensive by Mexican standards but is a great value for Canadians.
We stumbled on this cafe but I just noticed that it was recommended in a Toronto Globe & Mail travel feature on Guadalajara (March 2017).
This is a nice place for a more formal breakfast in Americana.
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