Restaurants in Mexico City

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These are outposts of the popular Mexican natural food restaurant chain that originated in Acapulco and is noted for its use of the freshest ingredients... Read More

Acento Gourmet, a favorite gourmet shop among locals, debuted their first restaurant this year. The menu changes four times a year, making the most of... Read More

Order delicious huaraches (griddled masa cakes) with toppings such as chorizo and carne asada. Read More

Inspired by French bon vivants, this chic, cozy watering hole is dedicated to absinthe, and actually has its own blend custom-made in France. Though the... Read More

This Paris-based restaurant treats hungry guests to steaming bowls of onion soup, foie gras and of course, the namesake baked pork leg in Bernaise sauce... Read More

The gorgeous central courtyard at chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita has a roof made of laurels, which sounds like reason enough to visit this downtown eatery,... Read More

Tortilla soup gets the VIP treatment at the hyper-authentic Azul y Oro café. Flavored with guajillo-chile paste and tangy crema and strips of... Read More

A cozy, cottage-like setting is the ideal scenery to experience Chef Vicente Etchegaray’s Basque-French menu, featuring hearty dishes like rack of lamb,... Read More

Located in the heart of Condesa, this retro-cool diner serves comfort food at its best. You can’t go wrong with their juicy burgers (the “Father’s... Read More

Hip and cozy, this eatery became an instant classic thanks to its fantastic sandwiches, available for lunch and dinne—but the breakfast options are... Read More

The minimalist interior sets the stage for a Basque-inspired menu that contrasts classic dishes—sea bass in clam sauce—with such... Read More

A frequent presence in the Pellegrino World’s Best list, this luminous Polanco restaurant is the result of Basque-born duo Bruno Oteiza and Mikel Alonso... Read More

A bistro in the Mexico City airport may come as a surprise, but this casual spot offers contemporary Mexican dishes—meatballs in chipotle sauce,... Read More

Keep it simple: grilled trout and a margarita. Read More

Bonito means “pretty,” and you’ll definitely find yourself agreeing as soon as you settle down at the patio of this Condesa hotspot. Try the rib eye... Read More

Quiet and peaceful, this turquoise-walled neighborhood café will make you wish you lived in Coyoacán. Let the friendly baristas help you choose your... Read More

The state of Guerrero—where the owners are from—provides the aromatic and delicious coffee beans that are brewed into steaming cups of joe at this tiny... Read More

Tourists frequent Café de Tacuba not only for the food and pastries, but also for the art that lines the walls. Situated in the historic city... Read More

This bright, welcoming coffee shop boasts a homey decor and communal table, perfect for breakfast with friends (omelets, fresh pastries, Nutella crêpes)... Read More

With more than 250 tequilas in stock, it’s no wonder that the margaritas at this modern cantina are irresistible. But there’s more: they’re all made... Read More

Classic Italian cuisine gets a modern twist at this Santa Fe restaurant, where you can feast on homemade pastas like burrata-stuffed ravioli with shaved... Read More

Of the four popular Ávila Spanish-food restaurants in Mexico City, two are at the airport. Interiors suggest dining rooms in Spain’s... Read More

Named for the old lady who lived above her gourmet shop, Delirio, this Colonia Roma restaurant was developed by chef Mónica Patiño (she runs it... Read More

A long bar, huge planters, and piñatas make this lively Coyoacán bar one of the most popular in the area. Of course, it’s also beloved because of its... Read More

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