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If you love tacos and street food, this late-night food stand is the place for you. Soak up Mexico City's vibrant night life as you savor deliciously unhealthy tacos made with everything from classic pork and chicken to local specialties like tripe, tongue and even cheek. Don't miss out on the suadero, prepared with twice-cooked beef that is first braised, and then seared on high flame; it just melts in the mouth. Their grilled sausages are another favorite. Their home-made salsas add that extra punch to every taco, with a burst of heat and latin spice. Los Cocuyos is the ideal place to stop by for a quick late night snack, you'll definitely be coming back for seconds.
This traditional restaurant serves typical Mexican food, and has been the subject of many local legends and a song (it is said there is a ghost hanging around the place). Established in the 19th Century, it has been visited by many personalities including presidents and artists. The decor consists mainly of Talavera tiles, covering the Colonial-style building. Wooden hand-made furniture in traditional colors such as orange and royal blue add a festive touch. Music plays while you enjoy the delicious Mexican delicacies: enchiladas, tamales or freshly baked sweet bread.
With the humble beginnings as a street food vendor, Marco Antonio Campos has turned his one man show into a thriving restaurant business with locations throughout the city. This particular location in the Santa Maria La Ribera neighborhood is open every day of the year. The cuisine is nothing if not traditional with dishes like sopes, quesadillas, flautas, tostadas, tacos, pozole and more.
Located in a converted hacienda in the trendy Condesa district, Monte Cristo is an upscale Mexican restaurant. Lovingly restored and featuring classic and elegant Mexican decor throughout the courtyard and various dining rooms, the restaurants eye for detail is impeccable. Everything on the menu is delicious and their two table-side services add a unique flair to the restaurant. The table-side handmade salsa allows patrons to choose what goes into their freshly made salsa, from the garlic and roasted tomatillos to cilantro and even roasted grasshoppers! Also made per the request of patrons is their famed sangria, which is sinfully refreshing. Whether you're looking to impress a date, colleagues, or family, Monte Cristo is sure to rise to the occasion.
Situated in front of the main Jardin Del Centario in the bohemian Coyoacán neighborhood, Los Danzantes is a restaurant focused on using seasonal ingredients in their contemporary take on traditional Mexican dishes. Though the space itself is on the small side, the outdoor patio is spacious and offers a lovely view. Be sure to try their famed Mezcal, you won't regret it!