Katherine LewinDeputy Editor
Katherine Lewin lives in Greenpoint, so she’s definitely cooler than you are. She also grew up in Austin and went to college in Los Angeles, so she’s also far more knowledgeable about BBQ and sushi than any of us can ever hope to be. Along with writing features and reviewing restaurants, Katherine’s job at The Infatuation is to keep all of our other city editors in line, by any means necessary. Her previous roles include copywriting at J.Crew, and Drill Sergeant at Navy SEALS.
The Mexico City Guide: The 34 Best Places To Eat And Drink In Mexico City
The Mexico City Guide: The 34 Best Plac...
The best restaurants and bars in Mexico City, according to us.
El Califa in Juarez is a well-oiled taco machine and open until 4am every day - get the al pastor.
This tiny taqueria in el Hipodromo specializes in huge tacos with guisado - stewed meats and vegetables.
A Oaxacan breakfast or lunch at Pasillo de Humo in La Condesa should be at the top of your Mexico City eating priorities.
Nicos is a drive, but it’s worth the trip for excellent food from a family-owned traditional Mexican spot. Get the enchiladas and duck mole.
When you want late-night food along with a late-night scene, head to Paramo in Roma.
Meroma in Roma is a big, creative Mexican restaurant that works for a casual meal, a date, or a big group dinner depending where you’re sitting.
Rosetta in Roma is in a cool space, serves excellent Italian food, and has a long wine list.
Contramar is a fun seafood spot for a group dinner in Roma - make sure you get the tuna tostadas and the fig tart.
Abracadabra is a mostly-vegetarian cafe in Williamsburg that feels like it could be in Joshua Tree.
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