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Drinks & nightlife in Zona Rosa, Mexico City

Cocktail Bar
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“A definite cocktail scene, Xaman sets out to have one of the best cocktail menus in the city. Try out drinks made with tea, wild herbs, and fresh fruit juices, like the pale pink Piedra del Mar shaken hard with egg whites and the pulp of tuna fruit. The classics are a wise choice too, like the thyme-infused Moscow Mule. Come here for a nice cocktail at the end of the day, to start a night out, or to simply see what's going on at the forefront of Mexico City's cocktail scene. ”
  • 32 locals recommend
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“LOVE! Best, and only true speakeasy in the city. Contact them via Facebook DM for reservations. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
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  • 2 locals recommend
Karaoke Bar
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“Fun and cheap karaoke option, they have lots of features for you to use while singing. $$+”
  • 4 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“FR : Une des boîtes de nuit les plus connues / ES : Una de las discotecas más famosas / EN : One of the most famous nightclubs”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“This is the re-opening of a classic 1980s Mexico City queer club (all are welcome.) If you read Spanish, check out its history in Guillermo Osorno's book Tengo Que Morir Todas Las Noches, it is amazing chisme histórico. Come through beginning around 7pm for cocktails on the terrace. There are sometimes art shows, drag performances, and usually a DJ playing at night. If you see an older man in spectacles or a cardigan, say hi; it's the legendary owner Henri Donnadieu.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“An awesome combinatio of icecream and booze. The name of this bar is a play on words referencing Star Wars. The Dark Side”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“Música en vivo, cerveza barata y buen ambiente en el corazón de la Zona Rosa”
  • 2 locals recommend
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  • 2 locals recommend
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“Every Sunday the City closes some streets to cars and converts them into Only Bike Roads. The circuit goes from Condesa (Mazatlán Ave) to Downtown (Zocalo) and back. Roads are closed from 8:00 AM to 14:00 hrs. Our best recommended plan for Sunday is to take a bike early in the morning and go to have Breakfast in Azul Historic restaurant (it will take you about 25 minutes slow biking) and then take a walk in Downtown and back to Condesa before 14:00.”
  • 1 local recommends
Wings Joint
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  • 1 local recommends
Spanish Restaurant
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“Las Tinajas local Spanish family and seasoning with the emphasis on home cooking, without much compunction about decoration. The place is run by its owners to pamper Nostalgic Spanish tapas bars and taverns (where you can have breakfast toast with ham, coffee and orange juice) ________________ Este restaurante es el hermano pequeño de Las Tinajas en la Cuauhtémoc, ambos establecimientos de familia y sazón española con el acento puesto en la cocina casera, sin mucho reparo en la decoración. El lugar es atendido por sus propietarios para consentir a españoles nostálgicos de los bares de tapas y mesones (donde se puede desayunar una tostada con jamón serrano, café y jugo de naranja) ”
  • 1 local recommends