Mexico City Restaurants

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  • 1. El Hidalguense

    $$ | Col. Roma | Mexican

    This restaurant has been serving Hidalgo-style barbacoa to grateful Mexico City residents for over 15 years. On weekends only, fresh lamb...Read More

  • 2. Nicos

    $$ | Col. Polanco | Mexican

    This restaurant is a quick cab from the Polanco area, and a must-visit for fans of traditional Mexican cuisine who think they've tasted it all...Read More

  • 3. Agapi Mu

    $$ | Col. Condesa | Greek

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

  • 4. Bellinghausen

    $$ | Zona Rosa | Mexican

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

  • 5. Bellini

    $$ | Col. Nápoles | Eclectic

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

  • 6. Bistrot Arlequin

    $$ | Col. Cuauhtémoc | French

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

  • 7. Bistrot Mosaico

    $$ | Col. Condesa | French

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

  • 8. Café de Tacuba

    $$ | Centro | Mexican

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

  • 9. Círculo Vasco Español

    $$ | Centro | Spanish

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

  • 10. El Bajío

    $$ | Col. Polanco | Mexican

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

  • 11. El Cardenal

    $$ | Centro | Mexican

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

  • 12. El Mayor

    $$ | Centro | Mexican

    Above a bookstore, on the top floor of a nondescript building at the northern edge of the Plaza de la Constitución, this modern restaurant is...Read More

  • 13. El Tajín

    $$ | Col. Coyoacán | Mexican

    Named after El Tajín pyramid in Veracruz State, and a longtime proponent of the "slow food" movement, this elegant lunch spot sizzles with pre...Read More

  • 14. Fonda El Refugio

    $$ | Zona Rosa | Mexican

    When Judith van Beuren opened Fonda El Refugio in 1954, it was the first upscale restaurant in the city to celebrate humble Mexican culinary...Read More

  • 15. Hostería de Santo Domingo

    $$ | Centro | Mexican

    This genteel institution near downtown's Plaza Santo Domingo has been serving colonial dishes in a delightful town house since 1860, making...Read More

  • 16. La Casa de las Sirenas

    $$ | Centro | Mexican

    The place is the calling card here—the 16th-century mansion sits at the foot of the Templo Mayor ruins, stones from which were incorporated...Read More

  • 17. La Fonda del Recuerdo

    $$ | Col. Veronica Anzures | Mexican

    This popular fonda has made a name for itself with its celebration of the food and culture of Veracruz State. Alongside the simple fish and...Read More

  • 18. La Tecla

    $$ | Col. Roma | Mexican

    This eatery is a popular veteran of Mexico City's nueva cocina mexicana scene. Its once-vanguard style of merging French and Italian techniques...Read More

  • 19. La Vinería

    $$ | Col. Condesa | Italian

    A welcome, grown-up addition to La Condesa, this cozy restaurant and wine bar is ideal for a private conversation and a light meal. The menu...Read More

  • 20. Los Almendros

    $$ | Col. Polanco | Mexican

    If you can't make it to the Yucatán, try the peninsula's unusual food here. The habanero chilies, red onions, recados (seasoning pastes),...Read More

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