While we were in Morelia and surrounding small towns for the Day of the Dead festivals we had lunch twice at the Azotea restaurant at this upscale boutique hotel. (We stayed in the Mision Catedral hotel but Los Juaninos hotel looked really nice.) The first lunch was October 31 and the service and food were great. We had lechon (suckling pig) and mestizo soup. The second lunch was on November 2 and the staff were a little slow after the holiday (just a comment not a criticism) -- we were happy they were there at all. Food was again very good -- I had the Morelia chicken enchilada and my husband had the tongue Veracruz. The dining space is on a rooftop balcony with an oblique view of the main plaza and outside or indoor seating. They do breakfast, lunch and dinner. The decor is quite elegant although a little sterile, but we were able to get seated there easily as opposed to places like Lu or others at ground level on the plaza that were slammed. I particularly recommend the suckling pig at Azotea.