Mexico City

Hacienda de los Morales


525 Juan Vàzquez de Mella,
Mexico City,


La Hacienda de los Morales is an iconic Polanco district restaurant, bar, and special events destination. The hacienda (estate) was established in 1526 as a silkworm factory and today exudes Spanish colonial architecture, with its huge arches and cracked plaster walls. The main dining room's design exudes old world charm, but seating is also available out on the breezy patio with a trickling fountain. The cuisine focuses on traditional Mexican specialties, such as crema poblana soup and dishes centered on huitlacoche (corn truffle), as well as other more continental dishes such as pasta and crêpes.