Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Mexico City
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- Restaurante San Angel Inn - Beautiful restaurant serving traditional Mexican and Latin American fare. Calle Diego Rivera No.50, +52 55 56 16 2222
- Restaurante Arroyo - Traditional and popular Mexican cuisine. Complete with bull arena for fiesta de toros and events! Insurgentes Sur 4003, Santa Ursula Xitla, www.arroyorestaurante.com.mx, 01 55 55 73 43 44
- Restaurante "Azul Condesa" - A beautiful place that offers delicious dishes highlighting Mexican haute cuisine. The quality and originality of this restaurant are magnificent. Av.Nuevo León 68, Hipódromo, 01 55 5286 63 80
- Los Danzantes Coyoacán - A truly great place specializing in modern Mexican food and mezcal. They produce their own mezcal. Parque Centenario 12, Coyoacán, Coyoacán, 55 6585 2477
- Cafe De Tacuba - A beautiful, traditional restaurant founded in 1912. A great atmosphere surrounded by art and history. Calle de Tacuba 28, Centro Histórico, Centro, 01 55 5521 2048
TOP LOCAL TIPS
- "Bazaar Sábado" (Only Saturdays) - One of the most famous art markets in México City. Handcrafts, paintings, jewelry, sculptures, souvenirs, and more. Closest Metro: Barranca del Muerto (orange line 7) 12 mins from there by Uber. From La Bombilla (Metrobus station line 1) 10 mins walk. Plaza San Jacinto 11, San Ángel.
- Coyoacán - The bohemian neighborhood where Frida Kahlo used to spend time, is a must. This magical place is where you can find architecture from the colonial period. Aguayo 3, Del Carmen Metro Viveros is the closest underground/subway (station green line 3).
- Zócalo - The main square in downtown México City, an important historical place where you can find the main colonial cathedral, the National Palace, and the biggest Mexican flag in all of México. Closest Metro: ZÓCALO station (Blue line 2) Plaza de la Constitución S/N Centro, Cuahutémoc, 06066, Ciudad De México,CDMX.
- University Museum of Contemporanean Art (MUAC) - A great cultural place to visit, where you'll find interesting exhibitions showcasing work by artists from all over the world. Closest Metro: UNIVERSIDAD station (green line 3). Inside the campus take the Pumabus (free!), which drops you at the stop near the museum entrance. Insurgentes Sur 3000, C.U.
- La Ciudadela - Artisan market full of Mexican products, perfect for finding typical items like handcrafts, alebrijes, souvenirs, wrestlers masks of "Lucha Libre", pictures, traditional toys, and more. Closest Metro station: Balderas intersection between green line and pink line (5 mins walk). Metrobus station : Balderas (5 mins walk). S/N Balderas, Centro 06040