La Mañana Siguiente: The Seven Best Mexican Hangover Dishes

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Caldo de Mariscos
, 2414 N. Fitzhugh Ave.
Caldo de Mariscos is another chili-laden seafood soup to aid recovery. It has many variations. Near a coast, a bowl may be filled with the catch of the day.  Margarita’s has catfish, along with shrimp and a seafood mix. Caldo de mariscos is a perfect hangover cure because it has everything you need for a full recovery: Lots of protein and a variety of peppers to help you sweat out the poison.

Birriería Aguiñaga, 2829 W. Northwest Highway, 2457 Gus Thomasson Road, 105 Main St., Garland
This spicy stew is a great hangover cure. Birriería Aguiñaga is open 24 hours and the $5 "small" order goes a long way. A few different meats can be used for this dish, but Birriería Aguiñaga uses tender pieces of lamb. A bowl of this dried chili pepper base soup with hominy and onions alone is well worth the five bucks, but they also load limes and tortillas. 

Tacos con mucha salsa
Margarita’s, 2414 N Fitzhugh Ave.
If you've consumed alcohol within the last 12 hours, there is a decent chance that you're going to eat tacos. Go for it — a little protein can only help. But don't skip the salsa — drown those tacos in to help you sweat that alcohol out of your system. 

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