After a long day of exploring Mexico City north of the Zocalo, I made it a point to have a relaxing dinner at Hosteria de Santo Domingo. I was not disappointed. The restaurant was busy in the early evening, but the staff seated me immediately. I enjoyed the specialty of the house: chile en nogada--a huge poblano chile pepper stuffed with dried fruit and ground meat and covered in a creamy sauce, dotted with pomegranate seeds. A few cold cervezas rounded out this outstanding dinner experience.
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