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Miralto, a bar and restaurant, offers fantastic, expansive views of Mexico City from its perch on the 41st floor of Mexico City's tallest skyscraper. The Torre Latinoamericana, which dates from the 1950s, is Mexico's Empire State Building, and Miralto crowns the soaring steel-clad tower. With views on all four sides, Miralto is most attractive at sunset when the entire Valle de Mexico is bathed in pink light. Miralto also makes an excellent late-night destination, and is open most nights until 2a. This sophisticated location calls out for a chilled martini, and Miralto obliges with a menu of more than ten different varieties.
Counted as one of the biggest rotating restaurants of the world, Bellini offers an exceptional dining experience in the heart of the city. Perched on the 45th floor of the ritzy World Trade Center, it offers some dazzling views of the city skyline, along with an extensive menu featuring continental, Mexican and international delights. Beguile your taste buds with some savory contemporary and Mexican fare, while you soak in those mesmerizing 360-degree vistas with your family, friends or the special one.
Although situated just south of the city, the Old Hacienda is well worth visiting to admire its 17th Century colonial architecture surrounded by beautiful gardens. The menu offers Mexican and international cuisine accompanied by an excellent selection of wines. The lobster bisque, grilled beef a la Tlalpeña or the Hacienda breast of chicken is recommended. At dinner time, delight in the pleasant background music and the garden views while enjoying a serene and pleasant atmosphere.