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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.
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Owned by renowned Mexican Chef Martha Ortiz, Dulce Patria promises to give its patrons a different experience of traditional Mexican cuisine. Its eye catching interiors aims to make the first good impression with the customers with its red and gold themed decor that gives it a royal atmosphere. While the interior design may be impressive, what is absolutely stunning is the beautifully decorated plate of food, each an artistic masterpiece in their own right. The innovation of the dishes of this restaurant is unparalleled as it makes simple traditional dishes such as Cebiche, Cuesadilla and Taquito look like sophisticated works of art.