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No shade to Mercado Roma - it’s great and all, lots of options, and fun atmosphere however if you are after an authentic experience this is not for you. To be honest, I felt like I was in Sydney. Not a bad thing, but lacks...More
There are about 20 vendors in this space all selling specialties. tacos, beer, enchiladas, flautas. The prices aren't bad and for $5 you can get about anything. There is a communal seating area in the back but at night this place can get crowded, some...More
This market has a lot to offer from churros to pizza and beer, Iliked the decoration but it's kinda small
Id suggest this place if you're on the area and you want to forget about the stress or have a cool meal
The place is small for so many restaurants, they are all crowded and not space. Most restaurants are for lunch. The beergarten has tables that are communal, their employees are not very friendly. Warm and little ventilation, it is suffocating.
Came here, as one review said, "it's like Eataly..." Not even close or comparable... Its a cool fun-filled place but kind of confusing. Although the vendors and "restaurants" have ok stuff, its confusing as you don't know where one kiosk begins and the other one...More
You have to come here. Be advised SUGAR RUSH! Freshly made churros while you watch. One order is enough for 3 people. Add on cajeta (Carmel for dipping.) 8 or 9 different chocolate drinks. Clean and neat workers and kitchen.
The gf and I popped in prior to going to wrestling (see other review) and I thought this was a very funky market. We simply had drinks on the rooftop patio which was great. They have a cigar bar up there too. Definitely a great...More
An interesting idea for a food market. It is a large venue that was adapted to locate approximately 16 restaurants and kiosks that offer different Mexican food options at the same place. You can find typical dishes from different parts of Mexico. There are also...More
Time seems to have frozen in several areas that still remain true to what Tlalpan once was, but the clock is still ticking in the relaxed environment that makes it the perfect neighborhood for friends, couples and families who love to explore at their own pace. Plaza de la Constitución is where everyone gathers on weekends to listen to live music and where some of the best coffee shops, restaurants and bookstores satisfy
the foodies of the area. Natural beauty such as the lush forest of Ajusco are perfect for those who love to keep in touch with the outdoors.
About 5 km distance according to google maps, not a walking distance unless you want to sweat... an Uber ride will be about $50- $100 pesos, I will definitively Uber there and depending on traffic this can take 15 to 45... More
About 5 km distance according to google maps, not a walking distance unless you want to sweat... an Uber ride will be about $50- $100 pesos, I will definitively Uber there and depending on traffic this can take 15 to 45 minutes.
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Which Mercados and Best Times? (11 Replies)
I'm working on the itinerary for our upcoming Mexico City trip next week. Personally, I enjoy checking out Markets. We are only in DF for 5 nights, so we probably don't have time to daudle in Markets too much ;). Thus, I have to be somewhat efficient in planning. We'll be staying in Colonia Roma, so I'm sure we'll make a visit to Mercado Roma. This Market sounds more like a food court though? We are foodies who are excited to try local treats--ranging from street food to good restaurants. ...More
July 11, 2017|
I would not be too hard to fit Ciudadela with San Juan - they are not far from each other. There are very limited places to get food (maybe aiming more at the people who work there) in the center of Ciudadela. The Coyoacán market is great for food and I like to buy things there at Christmas when they have many nativity scene items. You can go from there to the Zocalo of Coyoacán and there are shops (and more places to eat) around there.
So many restaurants, so little time! (3 Replies)
Heading to CDMX in two weeks and cannot wait to eat, eat, eat! Here's my current plan for meals (breakfast is included at our hotels): Saturday: Lunch @ El Huequito, Dinner @ Limosneros Sunday: Lunch @ Mercado Coyoacan, Dinner @ Sonora Grill Monday: Lunch will be a food tour, Dinner: Cabrera 7 or Mercado Roma Tuesday: Lunch @ Chetito or El Parnita, Dinner @ Pujol (taco omakase) All of these places have great reviews, but I'm wondering if they're a good representation of the food...More
April 02, 2018|
I"m no expert so all I can offer is that Sonora Grill is a national chain. It could very well be very good but I wouldn't say it's very representative of Mexico City given that you can find it in, say, Merida, where I live. I'd try and eat at one of the Azul restaurants, which is somewhere i always try to get to when i visit.