A lo Barrido Cantina Gourmet - Cancun
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Directions to A lo Barrido Cantina Gourmet
'Pasele a lo barrido' is an old Mexican say to welcome your guests into your house, inviting them to a neat space. This restaurant is located in a medium sized plaza among other restaurants. It offers a cantina-focused menu so you can order many different snacks-like dishes and have a drink or two with your friends. The whole idea is that you experience a more bohemian side of Mexico.
The indoor part of the restaurant has air-conditioning and the bar is close to the tables, there are also some tables outside, perfect for a nice breakfast. A lo Barrido is a great place for quick bites!
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