Mexico City

Condesa, Roma, Centro Histórico, Coyoacán, and Polanco stand out as Mexico City's hippest neighborhoods. If you're looking to do some barhopping and want to foot it, you can do so in La Condesa. The Zona Rosa has lost ground to Condesa, Roma, and Polanco in the past few years, but it's still packed on Friday and Saturday nights, and everything is within walking distance. Niza, Florencia, Londres, and Hamburgo streets are teeming with bars and discos.

Night is the key word. People generally take in dinner and a show at 9 or 10 pm, head to bars or nightclubs at midnight, then find a spot for a nightcap or tacos somewhere around 3 am. (Cantinas are the exception; people start hitting them in the late afternoon and most close by 11 pm.)

You should have no trouble getting around on your own Always take official hotel taxis, sitio (stationed) taxis, or use the safe taxi apps Yaxi or Uber; it can be expensive to barhop this way, but your safety is worth the cost.

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  • 1. Centro Cultural de España en México

    Centro | Bars/Pubs

    It housed conquistadors during the 16th century; today the Centro is a Spanish cultural center with daily art exhibits, plays, films, and other...Read More

  • 2. La Hija de los Apaches

    Col. Doctores | Bars/Pubs

    This sloppy gem of a loft is part metro stop, part college-dorm commons, part debating society, and part pulquería . It's run by 1950s national...Read More

  • 3. Zinco Jazz Club

    Centro | Live Music

    Set in the vault of an art deco bank in the heart of Centro, the capital's coolest jazz joint hosts local and international acts. The intimate...Read More

  • 4. Area

    Col. Polanco | Bars/Pubs

    Area showcases a magnificent view of the city from a chic open-air bar and terrace atop the Habita Hotel. The lounge area near a fireplace is...Read More

  • 5. Bar Milán

    Col. Juárez | Bars/Pubs

    The young and the hip favor this bar. Upon entering, you need to change pesos into milagros (miracles), which are notes necessary to buy drinks...Read More

  • 6. Black Horse

    Col. Condesa | Bars/Pubs

    This English-themed bar doesn't miss a beat, with live funk, jazz, and rock groups jamming throughout the week. On the third Wednesday of each...Read More

  • 7. Blue Lounge

    Col. Nueva Anzures | Bars/Pubs

    The lounge in the Camino Real Hotel, southeast of Polanco, has a sophisticated crowd, mellow music, and good martinis—a relaxing stop if you...Read More

  • 8. Bulldog Café

    Col. Mixcoac | Live Music

    This spot north of Coyoacán books mostly rock acts on weekend nights. The cover charge varies depending on the headline band; expect to pay...Read More

  • 9. Cabaret La Perla

    Centro | Bars/Pubs

    The tiny, gritty Cabaret La Perla dates from 1946, and has some of the city's best female impersonators, who sing everything from Madonna to...Read More

  • 10. Celtics

    Col. Condesa | Bars/Pubs

    Get your Guinness on at this Irish-style pub–that is, if you can push your way through the throng to reach the bar. The Polanco location ( Masaryk...Read More

  • 11. Circo Volador

    Col. Jamaica | Live Music

    The sound quality may not be the best, but nobody seems to be complaining at this headbangers' haven, which features the best local and international...Read More

  • 12. El Centenario

    Col. Condesa | Bars/Pubs

    Bar-hoppers often meet at this traditional cantina in the heart of the Condesa's restaurant zone (one of the few remaining in the neighborhood...Read More

  • 13. El Convento

    Col. Coyoacán | Bars/Pubs

    In a former 16th-century convent converted into a restaurant-bar, the sights and sounds have certainly changed over the years, but the hospitality...Read More

  • 14. El Hijo del Cuervo

    Col. Coyoacán | Bars/Pubs

    Students and hip intellectuals of all ages pack this place, thanks to an interesting mix of rock and protest music, known as nueva canción...Read More

  • 15. El Oasis

    Centro | Bars/Pubs

    Open, remarkably, since 1952, this welcoming bar on the downtown gay strip República de Cuba can get lively with drag shows, singing waiters...Read More

  • 16. La Bodeguita del Medio

    Col. Roma Norte | Bars/Pubs

    At this welcoming, lively Cuban joint, every surface is splashed with graffiti, making it one of the city's most intriguing spaces. Inspired...Read More

  • 17. La Botica

    Col. Condesa | Bars/Pubs

    La Bótica was largely responsible for the mezcal boom when it opened in 2005, with a small selection of mezcals sourced directly from producers...Read More

  • 18. La Covadonga

    Col. Roma | Bars/Pubs

    This grand cantina has an antique bar and a good restaurant serving up Spanish fare. Nightly it's filled with the sound of exuberant games of...Read More

  • 19. La Maraka

    Col. Narvarte | Dance Clubs

    Many locals consider the merengue and salsa music played at this dance hall, southeast of Colonia Roma, to be some of the city's best. It also...Read More

  • 20. La Ópera

    Centro | Bars/Pubs

    One of the city's most elegant watering holes has attracted top personalities since it opened in 1870. Don't forget to have your waiter point...Read More

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