Where to have a drink in Mexico City
Located in the Condesa neighborhood near Mazatlan Street, Lardo is a convivial café with its wooden furniture and open kitchen. The menu is simple but made with fresh, high-quality ingredients. All dishes are meant to be shared and drunk with one of the wines from their international selection. Ideal for a break in the afternoon!
A "speakeasy" is the name given to an illegal bar in the United States during the Prohibition era. The Poe gets its inspiration directly from the atmosphere of these erstwhile establishments. Before entering, you must first find the entrance! The only access is through the kitchen of Partners and Brothers. Poe's has been crowned "the best club in the city" several times in the past few years. A must-do for night owls!
La Licoreria Limantour
The Mexican heaven of mixology (aka the art of making cocktails)! All of La Licoreria's bartenders are true encyclopedias of alcohols. They probably know what you want to drink better than you do yourself! Just give them a hint and they’ll do the rest: sweet and sour, tequila or rum, the result is always a success.
Located in the hype neighborhood of La Roma (Mexico’s SoHo), the Dietrich pays tribute to the magnetic Marlene Dietrich. The bar-restaurant's main quality: its open roof! How great is it to enjoy a fancy cocktail in the exotic warmth of Mexico City at the end of the day? But that’s not all: the food at Dietrich is an absolute delight.