Vago Imperial is a low-key cafe in one of Guadalajara's most pleasant neighborhoods, its streets lined with mansions dating roughly from the 1920s and later. The cafe is small, just one room inside and a terrace facing the street with a half dozen tables. The menu is limited—molletes (toasted bread covered with beans and cheese), chilaquiles (fried tortilla strips with eggs, cheese, and salsa), salads, and some other light options. It's not the place to come for a substantial lunch (and it closes at 5 p.m. the days it is open, Monday to Saturday), but it is ideal for a breakfast or a pit stop during your day in Guadalajara. You'll be welcome to nurse your cold brew as long as you want—until you are ready to continue exploring.