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Agapi Mu

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  • Greek

Rambunctious Greek song and dance enliven this small, friendly bistro Thursday through Saturday nights. Tucked away in a cozy room of...

Azul Condesa

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  • Mexican

When it comes to authentic Mexican food, chef and food historian Ricardo Muñoz Zurita literally wrote the book: the Diccionario Enciclopédico...

Bellinghausen

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  • Mexican

The year 2015 marks the centennial of this cherished Zona Rosa lunch spot. The partially covered hacienda-style courtyard at the back,...

Bellini

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  • Eclectic

Revolving slowly on the 45th floor of the World Trade Center, Bellini maintains a formal, reserved character. It's definitely known less...

Bistrot Arlequin

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  • French

Here you'll find everything you would expect from a petit bistrot: an intimate environment open to the street, comforting food, good...

Bistrot Mosaico

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  • French

This French-inflected local favorite serves as a second living room to a relaxed Condesa crowd. Despite their having expanded to four...

Café de Tacuba

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  • Mexican

An essential, if touristy, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack stop downtown, this Mexican classic opened in 1912 in a section of an old...

Círculo Vasco Español

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  • Spanish

Dating from the 1890s, this huge, high-ceiling restaurant basks in the faded glamour of the days when dictator Porfirio Díaz dined here...

El Bajío

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  • Mexican

Vivacious Carmen "Titita" Ramírez—a culinary expert who has been featured in various U.S. food magazines—has turned El Bajío into...

El Cardenal

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  • Mexican

In the ground floor of the Hilton Mexico City Reforma across Juárez from the elegant Alameda, this upscale venue concentrates on food...

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