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WHERE TO EAT Alba: Calle Marsella 80, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc. Anónimo: Galileo 17, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo. A t l a n t e P i z z a s : C . Manzanillo 70, Col. Roma Sur, Cuauhtémoc. Bacal: Av. Baja California 158, Roma Sur, Cuauhtémoc. Botánico: Alfonso Reyes 217, Colonia Condesa, Cuauhtémoc. Café Milou: Breakfast/ brunch. Av. Veracruz 38, Roma Norte, Cuauhtémoc. Café Nin: Chef Elena Reygadas, owner of the Rosetta and Panadería Rosetta, offers a cozy a t m o s p h e r e a t t h i s breakfast/brunch spot with an ever-changing seasonal menu. Havre 73, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc. Caldos de Gallina Luis: Puebla 188, Roma Norte, Cuauhtémoc. LA MEJOR COMIDA FOOD AND COCKTAILS (YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE HEARD ABOUT) EN CDMX. Mexico City has a special place in my heart. Ancient yet modern, it radiates the passion and energy of those who call it home. One of the cosmopolitan hubs of Latin America, it's a blend of cultures, foods, and techniques that come together for one of the finest culinary experiences in the world. Along with friend Ariel McQueen, whose years of experience in the food industry give him remarkable insight into the constantly changing cuisine of Mexico City, we've pulled together a list of favorite restaurants and bars — some well-known, others off the beaten path, all well worth the journey. Michelle Aviña Choza: Washington, D.C., native Tyler Henry was recently named one of the best new chefs of 2021 by Food & Wine en Español for his Thai restaurant, Choza. Don't miss the Monday-night listening room. Monterrey 194 (Av. San Luis Potosi). Contramar: Calle de Durango 200, Roma Norte, Cuauhtémoc. Coox Hanal: Isabel La Católica 83, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Centro, Cuauhtémoc. Elly's: Located in a two- story Bauhaus-style house from the '30s, Elly's is where Mexico and New York City meet. Developed by Andres Herran (Mexico) and Elizabeth Fraser (NYC), and using fresh ingredients from local sources with a commitment to sustainability, the menu adapts to the seasons. Hamburgo 310, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc. EM: Tonalá 133, Roma Norte, Cuauhtémoc. Expendio de Maiz: Av. Yucatan 84, Roma Norte, Cuauhtémoc. Farmacia Internacional: Located on one of the busiest avenues in the city, this is a hipster haven that's almost like a speakeasy cafeteria. The bar is filled with pretty pastries, and the air is redolent with freshly ground coffee. Bucareli 128, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc. Frito y Cruel: Colima 76, Roma Norte, Cuauhtémoc. Jametaro: C. Eligio Ancona 167-A, Sta María la Ribera, Cuauhtémoc. La Docena: Seafood. Av. Alvaro Obregón, Col. Roma Norte. La Rifa Chocolateria: Breakfast/brunch. C. Dinamarca 47, Cuauhtémoc. Lalo!: Breakfast/brunch. Zacatecas 173, Roma Norte., Cuauhtémoc. Malix: Av. Isaac Newton 104 Entrada sobre Heráclito. Masala y Maiz: Chefs Norma Listman and Saqib Keval explore the culture of food through the migration of people, culinary techniques, ingredients, and political movements between South Asia, East Africa, and Mexico. Calle Marsella 72, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc. (Continued) Local 1 Malix Local Alba EM 34

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