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Campobaja

Colima 124
Roma Norte
06700
Tel: 01 55 7091 5660
Web: campobaja.com
Social Media: f. /CampoBaja     ig. @campobaja
Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday 13 – 01H, Sunday 13 – 19H

*15 min walk from the hotel

*10 minute walk
*Mexican sea food
*Casual
*Chef Ezequiel Hernández

Campobaja is the first place in the city embracing the concept of “Food from the Sea Field” with fresh and simple ingredients which render themselves into a culinary experience.

La Ostra

Av. Nuevo León 109
Hipódromo
06100
Tel: 01 55 5286 3319
Web:  laostra.com
Social Media: tw. @grupolaostra f. /laostragrupo       ig. @grupolaostra
Schedule: Monday to Thursday 13 – 23H, Friday and Saturday 13 – 23:45H, Sunday 13 – 19H

*15 min drive from the hotel
*Mexican sea food
*Casual

Try the toasts and seafood cocktails alongside a cold beer.

Broka Bistrot

Calle Zacatecas 126
Roma Norte
06700
Tel: 01 55 4437 4285
Web: brokabistrot.com
Social Media: tw. @BrokaBistrot          f. /BrokaBistrot           ig. @brokabistrot
Schedule: Monday to Saturday  14 – 00H, Sunday 13:30 – 18H

*10 min walk
*Cocina y bebidas de autor
*Casual
*Chef Marco Margain

A place which offers a three-course home-made menu, menu a la carte and season specials.

El Parnita

Av Yucatán No.84 Local E2,
Roma Norte
06700
Tel: 01 55 5264 7551
Web: elparnita.com
Social Media: tw. @ElParnita               f. /El-Parnita-128228153491
Schedule: Tuesday to Thursday 13 – 20H, Friday and Saturday 13 – 19H, Sunday 13 -18H

*15 min walk from the hotel
*Mexican from all over the country
*Casual


They cook excellent tortas ahogadas, tacos and ceviches, this is a great place to relax and loosen up a little.

Cine Tonalá

Calle Tonalá 261
Roma Sur
06760
Tel: 01 55 5264 4101
Web: cinetonala.mx
Social Media: tw. @cinetonala f. /cinetonala     youtube /cinetonala
Schedule: Tuesday to Thursday 13 – 24H, Friday 13 – 01H, Saturday 10 – 01H, Sunday 10-23H

*15 min walk from the hotel
*Mexican food and cocktails
*Casual

Cine Tonalá is a multidisciplinary space which takes special attention on movies, scenic arts and gastronomy. From over five years, it is a meeting point for the city’s creative scene.

Salacia

Av Nuevo León 135
Hipódromo
06100
Tel: 01 55 9130 8423
Social Media: tw. @SalaciaCondesa  f. /SalaciaCondesa
Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday 13:30-23:30H, Sunday 13:30-18H

*15 min drive from the hotel

*Italian seafood
*Fine dining
*Family recipes by the Demichelis family

Seafood-based Italian restaurant in an intimate and private space. All ingredients come from a family garden in Morelos and home-made recipes.

Delirio

Monterrey 116
Roma Norte
06700
Tel: 01 55 5584 0870
Web: delirio.mx
Social Media: tw. @AbarrotesDeli  f. /AbarrotesDelirio  ig. @abarrotesdelirio
Schedule: Monday to Wednesday 9 – 22H, Thursday to Sunday 9 – 24H



*5 min walk from the hotel

*Mediterranean bistro and french patisserie a 

*’All day’ and to-go service available

*Chef Mónica Patiño


Don’t miss out on their new dishes like chilaquiles with green sauce with cumin and sour milk, lamb moussaka and portobello Croque Monsieur.

Azul Histórico

Calle Isabel la Católica #30
Centro Histórico
06000
Tel: 01 55 5510 1316
Web: azul.rest/
Social Media: tw.  @azul_cdmx   f. /Azul-Histórico         ig. @azulhistorico
Schedule:Monday to Saturday 9 – 23H,  Sunday 9 – 18H
*20 min drive from the hotel
*Traditional mexican cuisine
*Fine dining
*Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita

Don’t miss out on the buñuelos of roasted duck.

Azul Condesa

Calle Nuevo León 68
Hipódromo Condesa
06100
Tel: 01 55 5286 6380
Web: azul.rest
Social Networks: tw. @azul_cdmx  f. /Azul-Condesa      ig. @azulcondesa
Schedule: Monday to Saturday 9- 23H, Sunday 9 – 18H
*15 min drive from the hotel
*Traditional mexican food
*Fine dining
*Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita

The Tikin-Xic fish is a must, just like the roast duck fritters with mole negro.

ANDY STOTT

ANDYSTOTT

Finally we’ll be able to listen in Mexico City to Andy Stott’s very particular approach to techno and house. Obscure, textured, and scattered with the most far-fetched musical references, his style has unfettered itself from unnecessary comparisons. Referring to his music today is speaking of intense rhythmic deferrals and post-devastation atmospheres, which have conquered the most demanding dancefloors packed with people willing to let go and travel through their subconscious minds guided by dense, spectral techno. When he released Merciless, his first album, people said it would captivate followers of Ricardo Villalobos, Lawrence or Luciano the same as of Murcof, Carl Craig or Erik Satie. And it did. He also has a facet that signs as Andrea, with which he cultivates rhythms like footwork and other speedy extravagances he doesn’t let out as Andy Stott. That is, when he pulls away from industrial textures and granular reverberations, he pulls closer to desolation landscapes. This year, Stott represents Modern Love at MUTEK.MX (a few years ago he represented Demdike Stare), a label which was born over a decade ago from the debris of a record store now turned into the digital distributor Boomkat.

Andy Stott habla sobre su proceso creativo para Pitchfork.tv