The place to go for a classic, old-school Mexico City experience. This Spanish-style cantina has been serving up classic eats since the 1950s that attract a crowd of older regulars and young hipsters. Enjoy the charm and pickles.
Rock n roll pizza joint with mismatched seating, a large oven – and a stage. Thursday night’s features a live rock band. Stop by for some local flavor and a delicious pie featuring the house specialty – Black Dog’s 21 ingredient secret sauce.
“Uniformed waiters carving slices of incredibly delicious tacos to be sprinkled with amazing spicy sauces, drenched in melted cheese, served on plastic plates, and washed down with a cold beer. Simple and delicious. Simply delicious. This was the very first place I had tacos when I arrived (on the first night) and the very last place, it kind of became a place to mark special occasions in a funny way. Order: A gringa, 3 tacos al pastor (con todo) and a cold beer.” — El Búho
“I go for San Ángel for its range of different little boutiques, trendy food shops, tourist wares, and a few little gems hidden around the streets. It was my go to place to take friends looking for a souvenir and also a great place to wander around.” — El Búho