Restaurants in Mexico City

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This combo of gourmet shop and neighborhood hangout is the work of famed chef Enrique Olvera, who dishes out choices like organic yogurt with honey,... Read More

Culinary Institute of America-trained Olvera has been one of the indisputable leaders in the renaissance of Mexican cuisine over the past couple of... Read More

Craft beer and artisanal mezcal are the stars at this restaurant and bar, whether you’re opting for the house brew (Escollo), or asking your server for... Read More

Fonda el Refugio serves regional Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner. Located on a tree-lined street, the bright blue, two-story building has a Spanish... Read More

Set above a buzzing food hall in Colonia Roma, this rooftop beer garden may just snag the title of Most Coveted Hotspot in town. Trying the many on-tap... Read More

La Hacienda de los Morales is an iconic Polanco district restaurant, bar, and special events destination. The hacienda (estate) was established in 1526... Read More

The hip basement of this European-style house is a great destination for buzzing crowds and endless pours of wine and beer. It’s also a terrific place... Read More

Although Ivoire is a French restaurant, it is one of the trendiest eateries in the Polanco district. Perhaps this is because the location is... Read More

Husband-and-wife team Jared Reardon and Sonia Arias are the creative force behind this Modern American-meets-artisanal eatery in Polanco. With a menu... Read More

This small, cozy coffee shop has been a Polanquito favorite for years—not just because of its convenient location right by Parque Lincoln, but because... Read More

To get to this cleverly concealed speakeasy, you’ll need to head through the refrigerator door of La Surtidora restaurant. Inside, an intimate black-and... Read More

Located at the chic St. Regis hotel, this lovely watering hole not only offers views of Reforma and the Chapultepec Castle, but it also boasts a mural... Read More

With three locations (Coyoacán, Roma and downtown), this bar is inspired by old-school cantinas with a touch of hipster cool. Enjoy their tequila... Read More

La Bipolar is one of the city’s most star-studded cantinas, as A-list Mexican actor Diego Luna co-owns this funky fabulous restaurant and bar.... Read More

Though the modern cantina-inspired interiors with high ceilings are pretty cool, nothing beats spending the afternoon in the ivy-covered terrace of this... Read More

The folks at all 13 locations of this friendly joint (three of them are open around the clock; the rest close at 11p.m.) dish out cochinita pibil tacos,... Read More

This popular microbrewery is justifiably hyped for in-house creations like the Gose Leipzig and the spices-and-herbs Brujas—either of which can be... Read More

Although the two locations of this bar are located inside modern shopping malls (Plaza Carso and Samara Shops), they manage to maintain the old-school... Read More

La Mascota is a traditional cantina known for having some of the best botanas (free tapas with a three-drink minimum) in the city’s historic... Read More

With two locations in the city (and two more in Acapulco), this market-meets-restaurant features seafood from the coasts of Baja California, Sinaloa and... Read More

The folks behind this hip multi-level house in Colonia Roma were some of the first mixology pioneers in the city. While patrons used to complain that... Read More

Named after a the first independent woman who appeared in the Bible, this bar pours delicious if questionably named libations like the San Francisco... Read More

This hip restaurant, facing Polanco’s lovely Parque Lincoln, is inspired in a legendary Mexico City lady named Malamén. According to the restaurant’s... Read More

This three-level, orange-tiled gourmet market, designed by Rojkind Arquitectos, has been a must-try for everyone in town since the day it opened. Browse... Read More

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