Mexico City’sHippest Neighborhoods

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Mexico City is the destination of the moment for travelers looking to immerse themselves in the cuisine and culture of Mexico. Head to the city's hippest neighborhoods – Roma Norte, Condesa and Juárez. Between incredible meals, stroll through cute neighborhoods packed with amazing art at cultural sites and modern art galleries, and of course, great shopping – really incredible designers are coming out of Mexico City right now. But mostly, you’ll be eating and drinking really well while in D.F.

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Where to stay

Ignacia Guest House

You’ll be joining the cool crowd at this central Roma bolthole where afternoon cocktails in the courtyard are a must.

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Condesa DF

As hip and colorful as its namesake neighborhood, this 40-room sleep attracts a cool crowd to its wood-clad rooms and alfresco cocktail bar overlooking Parque España.

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Things to do

Urban Greenery

Mexico City is dotted with green spaces. Get to know the city’s parks by visiting Parque España and Parque Querétaro while you walk around the Condesa neighborhood. The parks are adjacent so you can take your time to stroll between the two, people watch and grab a snack from street vendors. Over in Parque Mexico, check out the art deco sculptures.


Shopping is a must while in Mexico City, whether you’re looking for a special new item for your wardrobe or souvenirs.

Carla Fernández is the name-sake boutique by the Mexican fashion designer,  just a 15 minute walk from Parque Mexico. Fernandez is one of the most celebrated designers in the city and is known for high-end ensembles that utilize Mexican techniques and textiles with Japanese lines.

Pop into the traditional Mexican market, Mercado de Artesanías La Ciudadela, to search for Mexican handcrafts and folk art.

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Eat & drink


Panaderia Rosetta: Mexican pastries are an absolute must-try — especially anything filled with guava – and this Roma institution is the best place to pick up a few for breakfast.


Café Nin: Simple fare paired with unique wine or strong coffee, located on a charming side street in Juárez. Don’t miss the affogato with cardamom ice cream.

Boutique yam'Tcha: For an unforgettable lunch, head to this casual Chinese-French fusion spot from the same chefs at the Michelin 2-star yam'Tcha. Order bao buns filled with Comte and cherries and sip on green tea.

Los Loosers: Even non-vegans gush about the hearty dishes at this plant-based eatery.


Café Milou: A swanky Roma Norte establishment known for its excellent selection of wine.


Meroma: Contemporary dining in Roma Norte utilizing sustainable ingredients sourced across Mexico.

Contramar: The place to get a memorable Mexican seafood dinner in Roma Norte.

Makan: Authentic dishes from Singapore in the heart of Mexico

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