Bars

Your guide to bars and drinking in Mexico City, reviewed anonymously. Whether you’re looking for a cocktail or a beer, use our guide to find the best new bars

The 10 best bars in Mexico City

Mexico City is full of nightlife surprises at every turn. Some of the best mixologists in the world can be found in Mexico City, in charge of the most iconic...

Salón Ríos

Salón Ríos

3 out of 5 stars

It looks and feels like an old American western saloon mixed with a speakeasy. A place designed both for hard drinkin’ and good eatin’ but, with a touch of...

The best speakeasies in Mexico City

The best speakeasies in Mexico City

Some of these cocktail bars have no signage, or at least unobvious signage, nor do they share their addresses on social media but you can often find them...

AM LOCAL

AM LOCAL

4 out of 5 stars

We’ve partied here until nearly dawn and we’ve never regretted a moment of the time we’ve spent here. If you’re looking for a fun night, AM Local is a sure...

Alboa

Alboa

3 out of 5 stars

Centro Santa Fe is a chaotic shopping center, always full of people and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed here. So, Alboa is a welcome respite from the hustle and...

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The best bars in Mexico City

Artemisia

Artemisia

4 out of 5 stars

There are many myths about absinthe, a drink made famous by the Parisian intellectual scene of the early twentieth century. All of which can be denied or...

Fifty Mils

Fifty Mils

4 out of 5 stars

Both the logo and the name of this bar refer to a jigger, the tool most used by bartenders to measure liquid ingredients for cocktails. You’ll have to cross...

Hotel Casa Awolly

Hotel Casa Awolly

4 out of 5 stars

There’s a bar where, rumor had it, they served a mean bone marrow. Its name you have to ask twice to get it right. I really was not prepared for the magnitude...

Gin Gin

Gin Gin

4 out of 5 stars

Winston Churchill once said, "Gin and tonic has saved more Englishman’s lives and minds than all the doctors in the empire." While, a little out there, we love...

The best places to go out in Mexico City

La Santa

La Santa

4 out of 5 stars

We’ve had high expectations since we knew La Santa was opening. As night falls and the corner of Masaryk and Tennyson fills with people and the sky lights up...

Licorería Limantour

Licorería Limantour

4 out of 5 stars

The renewed fascination with mixology in Mexico has a name, Limantour. It was one of the first bars in Mexico City to get off the beaten path and offer up...

Patrick Miller

Patrick Miller

4 out of 5 stars

For over two decades, this place has been the official home to dance-off circles and tunes. Here, you can find people from every walk of life, dancers,...

Leonor

Leonor

4 out of 5 stars

After a remodeling, Leonor is back and crushing it. Every weekend, this little place, hosts epic nights of dancing, fun, and excess. The music depends on the...

Brooklyn Rooftop

Brooklyn Rooftop

3 out of 5 stars

Keeping it real, only people that live in San Jeronimo and El Pedregal neighborhoods actually go to Plaza Escenaria. For everyone else in Mexico City, this...

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Most-loved bars and clubs in Mexico City

Hotel Casa Awolly

Hotel Casa Awolly

4 out of 5 stars

There’s a bar where, rumor had it, they served a mean bone marrow. Its name you have to ask twice to get it right. I really was not prepared...

La Santa

La Santa

4 out of 5 stars

We’ve had high expectations since we knew La Santa was opening. As night falls and the corner of Masaryk and Tennyson fills with people and the sky...

Fifty Mils

Fifty Mils

4 out of 5 stars

Both the logo and the name of this bar refer to a jigger, the tool most used by bartenders to measure liquid ingredients for cocktails. You’ll have to...

AM LOCAL

AM LOCAL

4 out of 5 stars

We’ve partied here until nearly dawn and we’ve never regretted a moment of the time we’ve spent here. If you’re looking for a fun...

Café Paraíso

Café Paraíso

4 out of 5 stars

Not everyone will get in here. Sorry, but that’s just a fact of this dance club for the 25 and over crowd and you’ll have to pay a 150 MXN cover...