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Hit up San Angel Inn after the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo house. It can get touristy, but the excellent Mexican food and patio make up for it.

San Angel Inn
San Angel
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CDMX

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This bar down a flight of stairs in the heart of Zona Rosa is hidden, but has a beautiful interior and tiki-style drinks that are great.

Xaman Bar
Juarez
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Le Tachinomi Desu is a standing-room-only wine/sake bar in Cuauhtemoc, and while it gets cramped, it’s one of our favorite places to drink in the city

Le Tachinomi Desu
Juarez
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El Califa in Juarez is a well-oiled taco machine and open until 4am every day - get the al pastor.

Taquería El Califa
Juarez
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You'll find one of the best breakfasts in the city in Niddo, a small, indoor/outdoor cafe in the Zona Rosa with a Jewish-leaning menu.

Niddo
Juarez
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Jules Basement is, in fact, in a basement, but it’s one of the best and most dramatic places to drink in the city - just know it’s reservation-only.

Jules Basement
Polanco
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The best ice cream in Mexico City is at Nevería Roxy. Try the mamey and guanabana.

Nevería Roxy
Polanco
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Quintonil is high-end spot in Polanco that has some of the best Mexican food in the country.

Quintonil
Polanco
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Fine dining in Mexico City means the tasting menu at Pujol in Polanco. Its pricey and very much worth it.

Pujol
Polanco
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A tiny taco spot in Polanco that specializes in food from Yucatan - get the cochinita pibil tacos and panucho.

El Turix
Polanco
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Bosforo is a bare-bones mezcaleria in Centro Historico where you’ll head for one drink and end up leaving three hours later.

Bosforo Mezcaleria
Centro Historico
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Los Cocuyos is open 24 hours a day, so you can get some of our favorite tacos in the city in Centro Historico any time of the day.

Los Cocuyos
Centro Historico
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Ojo de Agua is a casual, quaint spot for a healthy meal in Hipodromo.

Ojo de Agua
Hipodromo
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El Farolito is a quality taco chain with 24 locations, serving food late into the night.

El Farolito
Hipodromo
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Another place open on Sundays, Lardo is a great spot in La Condesa for an early lunch.

Lardo
La Condesa
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Condesa DF is one of our favorite hotels and we love their rooftop bar, especially since you don’t have to be a guest to eat and drink up there.

Hotel Condesa DF Rooftop Bar
La Condesa
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