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Mariachi and tequila are the most popular traditions in Mexico and this is a great place to enjoy them. Tenampa is a bar decorated in typical Mexican style, where you can choose from an enormous variety of tequilas and listen to the best mariachis in town. Make sure you visit this great place during your stay in Mexico City.
This is the ideal place to enjoy a drink along with a game of backgammon or bridge with friends, listening to good music in a calm atmosphere. It is designed as an elegant place to relax, with comfortable couches and specialty cocktails. It has a giant TV screen that is seven feet wide, showing a variety of different programs. If you want to take it easy and chat, this is a great place to go for a quiet and relaxing evening.
Located in the posh neighborhood of the Historic Center, Jules Basement is a hush-hush speakeasy bar tucked beneath an unassuming taqueria. This underground establishment features a modernized design aesthetic with a sleek white, black and silver color palette. The cocktails are just as unique and inventive as the decor with top shelf liquors like mezcal, gin, bourbon, cognac, whiskey and more. Masterful mixologists expertly whip up classic cocktails as well as a few signature drinks, so don't be afraid to try something unusual. True to nature this speakeasy requires patrons to get on the guest list and make reservations, so plan ahead.
Celebrating Mexico's traditional drink, El Estribo is a must on your list of places to visit in Mexico City. Tequila fans and those looking to explore the Mexican tradition in full swing can flock in here for a nightcap and some more. The bar has the largest tequila selection anywhere in the world with over 300 different types of tequila to offer along with its all-Mexican decor complete with sombreros on the wall and live traditional music. Whether it's tequila tasting events you're interested in or just a few quick shots, be sure to pay your respect to this fine spirit!
This restaurant has enjoyed a long tradition in the area of San Angel in the south of the city. It is situated in a Colonial hacienda, and its varied menu continues to make it a choice spot for dining. It is ideal for both families and business events. House specialties include Crepas de Huitlacoche (crepes filled with corn truffle), Chiles Rellenos (poblano peppers stuffed with cheese and ground beef, Robalo a la Veracruzana (filet of sea bass with green olives, tomatoes and vegetables). Wandering musical trios add to the ambiance. This restaurant was the winner of a Dirona Award.