Temples for the Literary Pilgrim

By The New York Times

With its tall ficus trees and pots of trailing devil’s ivy, El Péndulo in the upscale district of Polanco is an airy refuge from the incessant urban thrum outside. Bookshelves stretch up the walls of the double-height atrium, and a curving staircase leads to the second-floor gallery, making the place feel more like a library than a store and creating the feeling that you are there to read as much as to shop.

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