Time Out says
This is one of the most popular bars in the corner of what once was a film complex and now is a fashion concert forum. At the bottom Pata Negra is the ideal place for a glass of wine, a mojito, chelear, to eat a mixed plate of skewers or a ham croquet, or if you are feeling adventurous order a rockstar, a mixture of Jack Daniels and Amaretto and includes instructions that the manager or bartender on duty will make you follow to the letter.
The setting is inspired by Spanish bars, there is a wooden bar and marble throughout the main room, the light is warm and the windows will let look at the entire Condesa. You can enjoy some live jazz, blues or Son Jarocho who play here on Monday, Tuesday and Saturday, respectively, from 9pm.
At the top, the Black Leg Room has its own entrance and here the vibe is more tropical, palm trees everywhere, the music is varied rock, cumbia, soul, latin jazz and electronic djs. That's not all, there's also a lounge where every second Wednesday of each month there are backgammon tournaments.
The new executive menu means you can eat early get to any party or night out. There are also Sunday afternoon activities for children where you can also take free salsa classes or hang out with a wizard. A great place for locals and foreigners, there is no excuse to miss it.
|Cross street:||Juan Escutia|
|Price:||Average spend around 250 pesos per person.|
|Opening hours:||Mon-sun 1:30pm-3am|