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The Vintage Traveler's Spot guide

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The Vintage Traveler's Spot guide

Drinks & Nightlife
Speakeasy bar. Mezcal, beer, indie music and snacks.
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Bósforo
31 Luis Moya
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Speakeasy bar. Mezcal, beer, indie music and snacks.
Spanish style snacks and food, good drinks, live indie music or DJs.
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Bar Pata Negra
49 Av. 5 de Mayo
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Spanish style snacks and food, good drinks, live indie music or DJs.
The best jazz club in Downtown. Events and cover on its website.
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Zinco Jazz Club
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The best jazz club in Downtown. Events and cover on its website.
Mexican food, snacks, beer, mezcal and drinks.
Talismán de Motolinia
31 Calle de Motolinia
Mexican food, snacks, beer, mezcal and drinks.
Irish pub with live rock music.
Celticspub alameda
60 Av. Juárez
Irish pub with live rock music.
A bar in the non-touristic Downtown area, just where the Colonia Juarez starts (West side of Artículo 123 Street). Good music + books + coffee + drinks.
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Bucardón
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A bar in the non-touristic Downtown area, just where the Colonia Juarez starts (West side of Artículo 123 Street). Good music + books + coffee + drinks.
Cafés
For breakfast or lunch. Great coffee. Cheap.
Café EMIR Historical Center
For breakfast or lunch. Great coffee. Cheap.
Open 24/7. Churros, coffee and chocolate. A Downtown's classic.
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El Moro
42 Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas
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Open 24/7. Churros, coffee and chocolate. A Downtown's classic.
At the rooftop terrace of Sears building. For lunch or dinner. Good coffee and snacks. Great view of Bellas Artes and Alameda Central.
Finca Don Porfirio Juarez
14 Av. Juárez
At the rooftop terrace of Sears building. For lunch or dinner. Good coffee and snacks. Great view of Bellas Artes and Alameda Central.
Cafe and restaurant in the non-touristic Downtown area, just where the Colonia Juarez starts. Coffee + spanish and mexican food + cuban vibe.
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Café Habana
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Cafe and restaurant in the non-touristic Downtown area, just where the Colonia Juarez starts. Coffee + spanish and mexican food + cuban vibe.
Restaurantes
Mexican food: quesadillas, pozole, sopes, tacos, etc. For breakfast, lunch or dinner. Cheap, clean and tasty.
La Casa De Toño
7 Dolores
Mexican food: quesadillas, pozole, sopes, tacos, etc. For breakfast, lunch or dinner. Cheap, clean and tasty.
Mexico City cuisine. Breakfasts, lunchs and dinners. Cheap, clean, healthy and tasty.
El Hijo de Don Toribio
31 Luis Moya
Mexico City cuisine. Breakfasts, lunchs and dinners. Cheap, clean, healthy and tasty.
Restaurant at the upper floors of Torre Latinoamericana. Amazing view of Mexico City's skyline. Average check $300-$500 pesos p/person.
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Miralto
2, Piso 41 Eje Central
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Restaurant at the upper floors of Torre Latinoamericana. Amazing view of Mexico City's skyline. Average check $300-$500 pesos p/person.
Mexican gourmet cuisine in canteen environment. Great value!
Salon 16 Cocina de Cantina
Mexican gourmet cuisine in canteen environment. Great value!
Rooftop terrace of Centro Cultural de España. Spanish cuisine. Near to the Zocalo and behind the Catedral Metropolitana.
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Centro Cultural de España
18 República de Guatemala
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Rooftop terrace of Centro Cultural de España. Spanish cuisine. Near to the Zocalo and behind the Catedral Metropolitana.
The healthy option of the non-touristic Downtown area (West side of Artículo 123 Street). The menu, during weekdays, costs about $100 pesos + tip. First-quality ingredients and irreverent furniture decoration. Recommended by Time Out magazine.
Resto Ramona
The healthy option of the non-touristic Downtown area (West side of Artículo 123 Street). The menu, during weekdays, costs about $100 pesos + tip. First-quality ingredients and irreverent furniture decoration. Recommended by Time Out magazine.
A multifaceted place of the non-touristic Downtown area (West side of Artículo 123 Street). Cafe + art gallery + crafts store. Recommended by Time Out magazine.
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El 123
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A multifaceted place of the non-touristic Downtown area (West side of Artículo 123 Street). Cafe + art gallery + crafts store. Recommended by Time Out magazine.
The best pizza and pasta in the area!
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Cancino Alameda
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The best pizza and pasta in the area!
Cocina árabe. Considerado como uno de los 100 mejores restaurantes de la Ciudad de México. Ticket promedio p/persona: $500 pesos. // Arab cuisine. It has been awarded as one of the best 100 restaurants in Mexico City. Average check per person: $500 Mexican pesos.
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Al Andalus
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Cocina árabe. Considerado como uno de los 100 mejores restaurantes de la Ciudad de México. Ticket promedio p/persona: $500 pesos. // Arab cuisine. It has been awarded as one of the best 100 restaurants in Mexico City. Average check per person: $500 Mexican pesos.
European-style baguettes mixed with local ingredients. Average check p/person: $150 pesos.
La Vitrina Baguettes
31 Luis Moya
European-style baguettes mixed with local ingredients. Average check p/person: $150 pesos.
Parques y espacios públicos
Public urban park. A Downtown's classic. Built in mid XVI Century.
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Alameda Central
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Public urban park. A Downtown's classic. Built in mid XVI Century.
A Downtown's classic. There are some cafes, restaurants, bar and a museum underneath the Monumento a la Revolución.
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Monument to the Revolution
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A Downtown's classic. There are some cafes, restaurants, bar and a museum underneath the Monumento a la Revolución.
Tiendas y supermercados / Essentials & stores
Clothes, record stores, restaurants, bars, rooftop terrace, etc.
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Barrio Alameda
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Clothes, record stores, restaurants, bars, rooftop terrace, etc.
Public market with cool and weird things. Groceries, bars, cafes, etc.
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Mercado San Juan
46-48 Calle Ernesto Pugibet
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Public market with cool and weird things. Groceries, bars, cafes, etc.
Mexican crafts.
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La Ciudadela
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Mexican crafts.
Supermarket for everyday necessities. 10 minutes walk.
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Chedraui
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Supermarket for everyday necessities. 10 minutes walk.
Pharmacy and basic medical attention.
Farmatodo Independencia
20 Revillagigedo
Pharmacy and basic medical attention.
Transporte público / Getting Around
You can get to the Mexico City International Airport by Metrobús Bellas Artes station (L4 Ruta Norte). Fare: around $30 pesos; 1 hour to 1 hour and a half; policeman aboard. Download Citymapper App to get more info.
Metrobús Bellas Artes L4
23 Av. Hidalgo
You can get to the Mexico City International Airport by Metrobús Bellas Artes station (L4 Ruta Norte). Fare: around $30 pesos; 1 hour to 1 hour and a half; policeman aboard. Download Citymapper App to get more info.
Museos / Arts & Culture
The Templo Mayor was the main temple of the Mexica peoples in their capital city of Tenochtitlan, which is now Mexico City. (via Wikipedia)
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Templo Mayor
8 Seminario
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The Templo Mayor was the main temple of the Mexica peoples in their capital city of Tenochtitlan, which is now Mexico City. (via Wikipedia)
The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) has hosted some of the most notable events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature and has held important exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography. (via Wikipedia)
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Palacio de Bellas Artes
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The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) has hosted some of the most notable events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature and has held important exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography. (via Wikipedia)
Biblioteca Vasconcelos (Vasconcelos Library) is a library in the downtown area of Mexico City (Buenavista neighborhood). It was dedicated to José Vasconcelos, the philosopher and former presidential candidate and former president of the National Library of Mexico. (via Wikipedia)
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Biblioteca Vasconcelos
S/N Eje 1 Norte (Mosqueta) esq. Aldama
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Biblioteca Vasconcelos (Vasconcelos Library) is a library in the downtown area of Mexico City (Buenavista neighborhood). It was dedicated to José Vasconcelos, the philosopher and former presidential candidate and former president of the National Library of Mexico. (via Wikipedia)
The Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) (National Museum of Art) is the Mexican national art museum. The museum is housed in a neoclassical building. It includes a large collection representing the history of Mexican art from the mid-sixteenth century to the mid 20th century. (via Wikipedia)
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Museo Nacional De Arte (MUNAL)
8 Calle de Tacuba
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The Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) (National Museum of Art) is the Mexican national art museum. The museum is housed in a neoclassical building. It includes a large collection representing the history of Mexican art from the mid-sixteenth century to the mid 20th century. (via Wikipedia)
Modern art and experimental exhibitions. The building which host the Laboratorio was built in 1591, and it was the "Convento de San Diego".
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Laboratorio Arte Alameda
7 Doctor Mora
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Modern art and experimental exhibitions. The building which host the Laboratorio was built in 1591, and it was the "Convento de San Diego".
The Museo de Arte Moderno or Museum of Modern Art is located in Chapultepec park. The museum prepares exhibitions of national and international contemporary artists. The museum also hosts a permanent collection of art from Remedios Varo, Gelsen Gas, Frida Kahlo, Olga Costa, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Leonora Carrington, Rufino Tamayo, Juan Soriano, and Vicente Rojo. (via Wikipedia)
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Museo de Arte Moderno
S/N Paseo de la Reforma
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The Museo de Arte Moderno or Museum of Modern Art is located in Chapultepec park. The museum prepares exhibitions of national and international contemporary artists. The museum also hosts a permanent collection of art from Remedios Varo, Gelsen Gas, Frida Kahlo, Olga Costa, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Leonora Carrington, Rufino Tamayo, Juan Soriano, and Vicente Rojo. (via Wikipedia)
Museo Rufino Tamayo is a public contemporary art museum located in Chapultepec park, that produces innovative international contemporary art exhibitions, using its collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as artworks from the collection of its founder, the artist Rufino Tamayo. (via Wikipedia)
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Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo
51 Paseo de la Reforma
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Museo Rufino Tamayo is a public contemporary art museum located in Chapultepec park, that produces innovative international contemporary art exhibitions, using its collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as artworks from the collection of its founder, the artist Rufino Tamayo. (via Wikipedia)
Biblioteca de México José Vasconcelos at La Ciudadela park. One of the first public libraries in Mexico City. Historic building with gorgeous architecture.
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Biblioteca de México "Jose Vasconcelos"
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Biblioteca de México José Vasconcelos at La Ciudadela park. One of the first public libraries in Mexico City. Historic building with gorgeous architecture.
El Centro de la Imagen is a public space aimed to research, analysis and promotion of photography. It is next to the Biblioteca de México José Vasconcelos at La Ciudadela park.
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Centro de la Imagen
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El Centro de la Imagen is a public space aimed to research, analysis and promotion of photography. It is next to the Biblioteca de México José Vasconcelos at La Ciudadela park.
The Centro Cultural de España (Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico) was in ruins in the late 1990s, when the Mexico City government ceded it to the Spanish government. When restoration work was finished, the new Centro Cultural de España was inaugurated by the king of Spain with the President of Mexico in 2002. This center promotes art exposition of various Mexican and Spanish artists, and include works by younger, more experimental artists as well as established ones. It also contains a small café upstairs and a gift shop downstairs. (via Wikipedia)
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Centro Cultural de España
18 República de Guatemala
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The Centro Cultural de España (Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico) was in ruins in the late 1990s, when the Mexico City government ceded it to the Spanish government. When restoration work was finished, the new Centro Cultural de España was inaugurated by the king of Spain with the President of Mexico in 2002. This center promotes art exposition of various Mexican and Spanish artists, and include works by younger, more experimental artists as well as established ones. It also contains a small café upstairs and a gift shop downstairs. (via Wikipedia)