- If you find yourself in Mexico City on a weekend and want an experience unlike any other, ask a local (or me) where you can find this speakeasy, because you will not find them on a map. Owned by a former New Yorker, Choza's fish-centric menu is ever-changing and once they sell out for the night, that’s it. If you arrive too late and miss their rotating menu, you can still enjoy their live DJ and sip on local mezcal.
- With multiple locations throughout Mexico City, Sonora Grill is a cannot-miss dining experience. Known for its extensive cuts of beef flown in from different parts of the world and its Mexican specialties, Sonora Grill offers visitors an authentic Mexican meal in a contemporary metropolitan setting.
- Led by Executive Chef, Pablo Carrera, the team at Catamundi are putting out fresh and innovative dishes daily. I recommend stopping by Catamundi for breakfast where their menu offers healthy fresh pressed green juices, hearty smoothies and dishes that will keep you energized as you explore the city including an assortment of gourmet toasts and local favorites, huevos motuleños, chilaquiles and flautas ahogadas.
- When traveling to Mexico City, a visit to the National Museum of Anthropology is a must. Located near the Paseo de la Reforma, it is the most visited museum in all of Mexico and is the only museum where visitors can view artifacts from the country’s pre-Columbian history including the Stone of the Sun and the statue of Aztec Xochipilli. English tours of this informative museum are available. To reserve, contact guide Tlatoani Cuauhtemoc - Enrique via phone, +52 55 26537366 or email.