Today, Eater returns to Mexico City to take a look at 12 buzzy spots from the past year. For this installment, food and travel writer Natalia de la Rosa offers her picks for the hottest drinking and dining her city has to offer.
“Chefs from all over — either Mexican expats working in kitchens abroad or up and coming chefs from the U.S. and Europe — are finding their way to Mexico City,” says de la Rosa.
Among her picks, a Sinaloan seafood stall at the San Juan Market, a midcentury-inspired cocktail bar, and a lunchtime bistro with epic views.
Looking for an even more comprehensive take on Mexico City, from essential dishes to must-visit bakeries? Consult the Eater Guide to Mexico City. But for the freshest takes, here is the Eater Heatmap to Mexico City.
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