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Grocery or Supermarket
“is a big conglomerate of food vendors all in a market hall with a biergarten on top and long wooden picnic tables in the back. Here, you’ll find taco vendors, pizza vendors, mezcal vendors, craft beer vendors, the gluten-free specialty goods vendor La Otilia. La Otilia sells gluten-free baked goods and Mexico’s only certified gluten-free beer. ”
  • 72 locals recommend
Bakery
“Covered by Anthony Bourdain, Netflix and dozens others Rosetta is as good as it gets in Mexico City. Your best choice here is literally everything. Get the stuff to go and walk around the corner to Plaza de Rio de Janeiro to enjoy it. ”
  • 94 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Walking Distance. Department Store with a nice terrace with gourmet restaurants.”
  • 55 locals recommend
Department Store
“Closest full line department store. Their Polanco store in Moliere is way bigger, the largest department store in Latin America, very upscale! Casa Palacio in the nearby Antara fashion mall is a gorgeous home store. ”
  • 58 locals recommend
Bakery
“Probably the best Mexican breakfast spot in Condesa. If it´s a weekend, try to get early, the waiting list could be 40 minutes or more. Try the “pan de elote” (sweet corn bread) and a sidewalk table.”
  • 95 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
“LALO! $$ A wildly colorful, cartoonish emoji mural sets the scene for fun, fabulous Lalo, the casual-chic outpost from chef Eduardo García Tables for two are the first to fill, so diners usually find themselves at a long shared table, choosing from a menu of small(ish) plates that pack real flavor and cleverly blend familiar comforts with more-unusual, yet equally tempting, combinations. Breakfast faves include a sinful French toast or less conventional choices like chilaquiles in salsa verde; fluffy omelettes contain amazing cheeses and surprising ingredients. And don’t be shy with pastries. Lunch swings to raved-about pastas and pizzas, or the salad whose ingredients all come fresh from nearby Xochimilco. Artisanal beers and homemade sodas are a sensation as well.”
  • 58 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“The closest mall to Cuauhtemoc, it is big and has everything you can need. From Cinema to food court and restaurants and shops of clothes technology etc. ”
  • 51 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“If you're looking for a gourmet supermarket this is the place, find everything from artesanal beer (mexican and international) to mexican coffee...and don't miss the freshly baked bread!”
  • 45 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Mall
“One of the most emblematic shopping centers in the City. Wide variety of stores, entertainment, and dining!”
  • 156 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Huge mall if you need middle-high chain store shopping (H&M, Zara, Mango etc.) and the midrange Liverpool full-line department store. Reforma 222 is another, smaller mall closer to the sights. ”
  • 100 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Feel like shopping? This brand new mall has everything you need from apparel, shoes, Mac Store, coffee, ice creams, restaurants and even cinema!! ”
  • 64 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Walking Distance. Department Store with a nice terrace with gourmet restaurants.”
  • 55 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Amazing neighborhood with beautiful architecture, restaurants, parks and Mexican art bazars. There is a big art market - all Saturdays in San Ángel, between Plaza del Carmen and Plaza de San Jacinto. A great plan is go for lunch in this typical neighborhood and after lost in the market or exploring the many art stores. ”
  • 89 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“This is the hop on hop off station @ Coyoacan’s neighborhood... An easy way to know the city! ”
  • 29 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“One of the largest malls in the city. Has a lot of exclusive stores, movie theater and good restaurants.”
  • 49 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Best and Great Excellent mall, with many good restaurants, supermarket, Banks, coffee shops, cake restaurants, movie theater, and all of the best stores worldwide.”
  • 52 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Historic and essential to the La Roma neighborhood, buy fresh fruit, fresh juices, and produce, mezcal, and more at this sprawling market. Have a seat at Juanita e Hijos for cheap, delicious, seasonal lunch, dinner, or snack. ”
  • 116 locals recommend
Market
“Fantastic place to visit! Lots of food stands/restaurants to choose from and visually beautiful”
  • 87 locals recommend
Market
“Puede encontrar, comida preparada. o alimentos para preparar. al rededor de este lugar puede encontrar la farmacia. panadería, taquerias, lavandería.-----------market Escandon, where you can find groceries, meat, fuit and aroud it you there are drug store, bakery, tacos and laundry ”
  • 30 locals recommend
Miscellaneous Shop
“Only cash Mexican typical market Buy everything you need for cooking at home. They also sell fresh cooked food. Cheap and delicious”
  • 15 locals recommend
Market
“It's a huge market where you can find anything, clothes, food, even micheladas (drink made of beer, lemon and chilly), antiques, anything, just take care of your belongings and make sure you arrive early!”
  • 17 locals recommend
Market
“Se puede encontrar miles de flores y muchas cosas mas. (You can find thousands of flowers and many other thinks)”
  • 20 locals recommend
Market
“This is ghetto place to watch, buy and walk preferently go with locals or in a tour to be safe.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Market
“If you want to try the daily food of our city prepared with all the traditional flavor at an affordable price. In addition to buying seasonal fruits and fresh vegetables.”
  • 12 locals recommend