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Mexico City restaurants

You might not see a tortilla the whole time you're in Mexico City. This is a cosmopolitan city, so it's much easier to find an Italian trattoria or an Argentine steak house than a real Mexican place. For that, you'll probably have to leave the more touristy neighborhoods of Polanco and La Condesa. Coyoacán and San Ángel have good local and regional fare, as does the Centro Histórico. What's hot now? The city's best chefs are beguiled by Spanish cuisine, especially tapas. Many of the most upscale restaurants, such as D.O. in Polanco, are serving these small dishes in a big way.

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Alaia, Mexico City

Fish is an afterthought at many restaurants in Mexico City—not a surprise, as the capital city is hundreds of miles from either ocean. Chef José...more

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Biko, Mexico City

This place is above the competition—literally. To reach it, you take a private elevator from the row of high-end restaurants that cuts through the mostly...more

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Contramar, Mexico City

Star restaurateur Gabriela Cámara's "beach food" shack in Colonia Roma is casually decorated to remind you of a palm-thatched palapa. The menu, though,...more

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D.O., Mexico City

The name brings to mind all sorts of things, but it's really an abbreviation for denominación de origen, or the official region from which a particular...more

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Fonda El Refugio, Mexico City

For a memorable meal in the Zona Rosa, think small. Bypass all the tourist traps along streets like Londrés and Genova in favor of this tiny restaurant...more

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Izote, Mexico City

In Mexico, it's the women who cook, and it's women who consequently get famous for food. Patricia Quintana, after countless cookbooks and TV appearances, is...more

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Litoral, Mexico City

While lots of eateries in La Condesa strive to outdo one another with daring decor or flamboyantly overprepared dishes, Litoral's approach is refreshingly...more

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Los Danzantes, Mexico City

Sometimes it seems that you can find any kind of food in Mexico City except Mexican. Los Danzantes, in the southern suburb of Coyoacán, takes care of...more

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MeroToro, Mexico City

Gabriela Cámara, the star restaurateur behind Mexico's impossibly hip seafood shack Contramar, is tackling anew protein. Its name derived from the...more

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Mp Café Bistro, Mexico City

Buddhist convert Mónica Patiño is responsible for introducing the city to the dreaded concept of Asian fusion. But Patiño's interpretations...more

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