Mexicans have a long tradition of sourcing their products, so the fresh and delicious farm-to-table creations are not limited only to the restaurants, but you can enjoy local and unique production also in pubs, bars and clubs. Whether it will be some of the traditional snacks (that are especially delicious if you are hangover), exotic Mexican cocktails and beverages, or trying a fusion symbiosis of contemporary touches influenced by foreign cultures, Mexican bars and party places are anything, but fun and exciting. The bars in Mexico City are legendary as the city is itself, open until late night (or very early morning) they offer nightlife options for every type of drinker and dancer. Have a quick look at some of the must-visit bars in Mexico City and let the party get started!
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Walking down the stairs of the 93th on Jules Verne St. in Polanco, our refrigerator door keeps alive the best aspect of the Prohibition Era along with the finest musical offer in town. In Jules Basement, all of our cocktails are carefully prepared by our mixologists. They are the main element of the client’s experience here in Jules. You are cordially invited to taste each one of our recipes, and we strongly suggest to ask our staff at the bar for a suggestion.
A unique restaurant set amongst the brick arches and vaulted ceilings of a beautiful mansion built in 1901, decorated in true Belle Epoque style with murals inspired by the work of Toulouse Lautrec. It opened its doors in 1974 as the first restaurant specializing in crepes in Mexico. Having started with mere 14 tables, today Cluny has over 80 tables and seating for over 300 guests. Its menu has also grown to include the most emblematic French dishes such as the Steak Tartare, Moules Marinieres, Boeuf Bourguignon, the Crepe Saint-Jacques and the ever so popular Quiches.