Pasillo De Humo – 2nd Floor – has a very local feeling. Great Mexican food and very reasonable and really good margaritas.
Parian Condesa Rest Comida Yucateca La Tradicion – is on the first floor below Pasillo De Humo and it has 8 food counters where you can grab 8 different types of food and then sit at a table either inside or outside. Seafood, Japanese, Mexican, Deli, Beef or a sampling of the many types of cuisines offerred. Very good and really reasonable. Pasillo D H takes reservations but the downstairs place is walk in only.
Pujol – one of the most expensive places in town. A very romantic but very pricey place full of Gringo’s. The meal will likely cost between $150 to $200 per person but we thought it was well worth it.
Azul Condesa – Really good Mexican food
Rosetta – a great place in a little mansion in Roma Norte. Good food and service and very reasonable too.
Quintonil – this place came highly recommended but we did not go. it is pricey.
Milan 44 – food hall and market for casual dining
Comedor Jacinta – new from Chef Edgar Nunez. Simple mexican.
San Angel Inn – great place to eat after seeing the Frida museum
Comedor de Los Milagros – food hall across from Mercado de Medellin
Dulce Patria – a great place to eat at Las Alcobas hotel
Polanquito in Polanco Many really good restaurants for all tastes
El Cardenal – traditional lunch place while visiting the Palacio de Bellas Artes
Maximo Bistrot – The epitome of living the maximum mediterranean gastronomic experience offered by Chef Lalo Garcia in a charming locale. A top, top local favorite!!!
Rosa Negra – trendy venue offering a wide variety of delicious food from Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Chile, Peru, and other Latin American countries. in Polanco.
Entremar (lunch only) – Few people are aware of this quiet sister venue of the famous Contramar, where the same exquisite menu is served and the service is more personalized.
Merotoro – Chef Jair Tellez provides an incredible gourmet experience of new aromas and flavors, opening new horizons for the already-rich Mexican gastronomy.
Havre 77 – Lalo Garcia fulfills his dream of offering his favorite French cuisine and an oyster bar in a lovely house redesigned to create an intimate ambience.
Contramar – in Condesa for seafood. One of the best seafood places in town.
Restaurant Nicos – the new sister place of Fonda Mayora. Both great places but the second one is more casual
Mercado N 89 Coyoacan – Main market near Frida K Museum. Best places to eat in the market: Quesadillas Lucha, La Cocina de mi Mama, Rica Barbacoa El Borrego De Oro, Tres Coyotes,El Jarden Del Pulpo
Panderia Rosetta – 2 great bakeries in Mexico City one in Juarez
Treinta Y Tres – A great little simple taco place. More of a lunch place.
Mercado De Medellin in Roma Sur – a food market
Xaman – a cocktail bar with Mexico’s pre – hispanic roots
Hanky Panky – is a new speakeasy but you need a reservation
Cantina Fina – an outpost of Roma’s Fonda Fina – mexican pub
Miralto inside the Torre Latino americana – this place has the best view of Mexico City. If you have a drink at the bar the view is free or you can pay to just go to the observation deck.
La Opera – a Cantina from 1876
Gin Gin Roma – Good food plus late night cool bar and dance club. Mixed
Xaman Bar – in Juarez worth checking out if in the area
Cine Tonala – in Roma Sur. cool little bar.
MN Roy – a DJ and craft cocktails. Young crowd
Xampaneria – for mescal and small bites