The Best Way to Explore Mexico City? Pick a Neighborhood
Located in an actual former bank vault, this teeny-tiny club nonetheless attracts top jazz talent from both Mexico and abroad.
Polanco/Bosque de Chapultepec

The Polanco district is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Mexico City. Streets are named after figures such as Archimedes and Edgar Allan Poe. You'll find plenty of amazing hotels and shopping districts in this part of town.

Where to Eat

Breakfast:JoSelo Caf

You'll find this breakfast place by Parque Lincoln. They serve amazing pastries and hot drinks, and you can sit at your leisure or get up and walk through the park in the morning.
Lunch:Quesadillas Maria Isabel
You'll find amazing quesadillas at this restaurant. They make their own fried pockets of corn masa dough, and you can fill them with potato, chorizo, and all kinds of cheese.
Pujol is considered the best restaurant in Mexico, and it's ranked 20th in the world. If you visit this restaurant, try thesix-course tasting menu - and be sure to make a reservation.
Drinks:Jules Basement
This is one of the trendiest places to go in Mexico City, and you'll find all kinds of mixed drinks served on skull-shaped tables.
What to Do

One of the best places to go in this areas is Bosque de Chapultepec. It's a massive urban park with all kinds of attractions, including the legendary Chapultepec Castle.

Where to Stay:Pug Seal

The Pug Seal is a charming Bed and Breakfast. Although the hotel is small, it's incredibly well-designed.

Roma/La Condesa

Roma and La Condesa are known as Mexico City's "hipster" neighborhoods. You'll find stunning Art Deco architecture, and all kinds of coffee shops, art galleries, and bars.
Where to Eat
Although Lardo is a great bar at night, it's become an amazing place to get breakfast. You can order various Mexican dishes such as chilaquiles, or go with plain and simple eggs.
This restaurant is one of the best places to go for lunch. It's also famous for its seafood offerings, from tuna, octopus, snook and much more. The wine menu is also amazing.

This charming restaurant features a wood-fired oven. You'll find plenty of comfort food here, and the decor is incredible. Check out their outdoor patio that has beautiful flowers and vines.


Baltra is one of the best bars in the world, and it was ranked at number 14 by an official poll. You'll find all kinds of amazing cocktails at this bar, and they definitely know what they're doing.

What to Do

Casa Lamm was once an incredible mansion, but now it's been repurposed into an art gallery, a library, and a restaurant all in one. There's a lot to see and do here, and it should keep you occupied for hours.
Where to Stay:Condesa DF
The Condesa DF was also once a mansion, but today it has been completely redesigned into a stunning hotel. Its interior design was created by the famous India Mahdavi.

This is the historic center of Mexico City, and as the name suggests, there's plenty of interesting clues to this city's past in this neighborhood. History buffs will love getting a sense of how the Spanish conquest played out, and what life was like before the Europeans arrived.
Where to Eat

Breakfast:El Moro

El Moro is one of the best places to try a famous Mexican treat: deep-fried churros and hot chocolate. This breakfast place has been going since the 1930s.

Lunch:Taqueria Los Cocuyos

This restaurant is one of the best places to try an authentic Mexican taco. They know how to make tacos better than almost anyone else, and you can try chorizo tacos, suadero tacos, and more.

Dinner:Cafe de Tacuba

This is one of the most famous restaurants in Mexico City. It's also one of the best places to experience live music while eating classic Mexican food, such as enchiladas or tamales.

Drinks:Zinco Jazz Club

Although this club may be small, it's a great place to visit if you want to experience some top-notch jazz.They also serve great Sazeracs and Martinis.
What to Do
This historic district is home to amazing live performances such as the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. If you're going to stop by this neighborhood, we recommend that you try to get tickets.

Where to Stay

Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mxico

The building is more than 100 years old, and it features stunning staircases, caged elevators, and glass ceilings. If you want to experience true luxury, you need to check out this hotel.