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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Breakfast Spot
“Considered the best bread you'll find in Mexico City and a lovely eclectic space to dine in. I go there often for treats like cinnamon rolls or baguettes. The baguette with ham and butter is amazing. It can be quite the scene on weekends. ”
  • 87 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“This shopping place is just across the street on Reforma Avenue. Adidas, Zara, Oysho, Soho, Pandora, Guess, Book store, etc - a lot of stores, Restaurant, Movie Cinema & fast food area”
  • 37 locals recommend
“Zona Rosa is most famous for its huge and electric nightlife, particularly appealing to the LGBT community, but now also generally very tourist friendly. For unforgettable nights out dancing along to varied music in a club, singing at a karaoke bar, having a tasty and well priced drink among friends at a lounge, or listening to live music at a restaurant-bar, head to Zona Rosa, where there is something for everyone.”
  • 60 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
Mexican Restaurant
“Great place to try Pozole. Pozole is a mexican soup with plenty of ingredients. It is a main dish.”
  • 45 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
“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
Shopping Mall
“Big mall with a lot of nice stores and some restaurants. Sightseeing bus makes a stop here.”
  • 17 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The closest shopping mall to Roma with international & local shops, cinemas, and restaurants.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Una de las mejores opciones para moverse en la ciudad, conecta la ciudad de norte a sur y de oriente a poniente sobre Reforma.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“if you need a shopping mall, this is the closest one. Zara, Sanborn's drugstore/gifts, American chain restaurants like Chili's and PF Changs, cellphones, books, a food court and so forth.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Street Address
“A big, boring mall where you can get all the necessities taken care of, from replacing your headphones to getting a rain jacket to phone repair.”
  • 13 locals recommend
“The Juárez outlet of this much-lauded bakery is set inside an old townhouse with high ceilings, a wooden balcony and a pretty garden. Pastries and breads are made fresh daily and span conchas(sweet buns), “peasant” bread, focaccia, cinnamon rolls, bolillos (crusty rolls) and baguettes. Their coffee, said to be the best in town, is sourced from organic small-scale Mexican producers. In a city that’s still catching up with others in terms of coffee culture, this is one of your best options to linger, work, meet for lunch and then stroll around the surrounding colonia.”
  • 18 locals recommend
“This is my favorite restaurant around. It is not precisely a restaurant, but as they call it a "Cafebrería". You can chose to sit on a regular table or on a couch. My personal preference is to go for a table for dinning and for a couch just for coffee and chat. They also have a good selection of teas and cocktails if you feel like having a drink any time of the day. The menu is very original. If you like books, then you will love their creative combinations. They use the names of authors and books to come up with the name of the dishes. No matter what time it is you can still order breakfast. They have "desayunos nocturnos" (night breakfast), which are great to eat informally.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
“This is one of the best japanese restaurants in the area. they have a very nice patio”
  • 15 locals recommend
“Go for the ceviche de mar a mar and save some space for the chocolate dessert! Try to get a seat upstairs”
  • 14 locals recommend
“Polanco is the perfect spot to begin exploring Reforma Avenue. Starting right in the middle of the park, surrounded by trees, evolving and opening up into the busy city center you'll find historical monuments, skycrapers, restaurants, etc. On Sundays the avenue is closed for bikes, skaters and pedestrians.”
  • 15 locals recommend