By Scott Di Domenico10 Jul 2015Whether you’re a fan of a strong espresso or a latte, you’ll want to visit these local places in Mexico City on your next trip for a coffee. 1. Cielito Querido CaféPhoto: nbclatino.com“A Mexican take on Starbucks” as one reviewer called it, Cielito Querido has over 30 locations throughout the town. It’s a cool, vibrant place to sit, hang out while enjoying your coffee. 2. Café AvellanedaPhoto: alifewortheating.comCafé Avellaneda stands out in Coyoacán. Run by a father-son team, Café Avellaneda offers “roast and brew specialist that make a mean espresso.” 3. Café ToscanoPhoto: yelp.comNot only good for a coffee, Café Toscano is also a great place for breakfast. It’s located right across from Parque México which proves to be nice for a leisurly stroll following food and a coffee. 4. Joselo CaféPhoto: timeoutmexico.mxLocated in Polanco, Joselo Café (also know as Cafe Europa) is a local favourite. The always-busy cafe offers “excellent coffee and great (fast and friendly) service.” 5. Café PassmarPhoto: moustique.comCafé Passmar offers a full range of coffee preparation styles and is conveniently located by Parque Lincoln. Café Passmar also provides an excellent value for your money. Are you keen to have a coffee in Mexico City? Share your Mexico experiences below. Other stories you may likeSLICE INTO A CHEESECAKE: A Golden Girls cruise is coming for all the gal palsLICK, SIP SUCK! There’s an all-you-can-drink tequila train in MexicoHILARIOUS! Is this Aeromexico ad already the BEST of 2019? You be the judge.