La Condesa Now Serving Breakfast (We've Got the Menu), Will Open Glendale Location Soon

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For fans of La Condesa Gourmet Taco Shop in Central Phoenix, your mornings just got a lot more delicious.

As of yesterday, the cozy, fast-casual spot of tacos, quesadillas, and burros owned by Felipe and Cristina Guzman is now serving breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. daily. And with eighteen items to choose from -- think breakfast burritos, egg dishes (huevos), chilaquiles, and pancakes -- ranging from five to eighteen dollars, there's something for nearly every appetite and price range.

I can't wait to pop by and try huevos ahogados titis, a family recipe featuring two eggs poached and drowned in a tomato chipotle broth, or black mole chilaquiles with chicken washed down with a fresh and creamy strawberry liquado.

And for Glendalians currently licking their lips in anticipation, know that La Condesa's second location, at 5932 West Glendale Avenue along the Glendale Avenue corridor, is planned to open sometime in October.

Here's La Condesa's breakfast menu:

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