The best restaurants in

Juárez and Centro Histórico

 

 

 

As you walk or ride up Mexico City’s biggest drag, the Paseo de Reforma, you’ll see lots of big fountains and hotels. Venture off a couple of streets in either direction and you’ll experience a handful of unique neighborhoods with some unique culinary personalities. Don’t miss the quirky collection of restaurants in Juaréz and the more traditional Mexican restaurants in Centro Histórico.

 

 

 

 

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Calle Liverpool 44a
RATING: 92%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Tamales Madre is a homage to corn that honors Mexico’s most iconic foodstuff in grand fashion. Tamales Madre is proof that good things come in small package. Full of heart and soul with artisanal tamales and atole at better than reasonable prices.

República de Argentina 15 Planta Alta
RATING: 87%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: El Mayor is a rooftop restaurant overlooking the excavation of the Templo Mayor. Excellent service. Tortillas and salsas are made on the spot by Tia Maria. There’s a wide variety of choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Worth a trip from anywhere …

Calle Lucerna 51
RATING: 84%
Cuisine(s): Burgers . Cost: $$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Chimiburger offers gourmet burgers with juicy beef patties, fresh buns, and all the good fixins. Spicy? Try the Chila Burger with a Minerva craft beer.

Calle Milán 44
RATING: 84%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe, Fast Casual
Summary: Ojo de Agua mphasizes fresh ingredients, offering a variety of traditional Mexican breakfasts. Excellent chilaquiles including an egg. Good prices too.

Calle Lucerna 51
RATING: 84%
Cuisine(s): Hot Dogs . Cost: $$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Hot Dog Ramirez offers good dogs in a “build your dog” format with a variety of sausages, buns and condiments. We like the classic chili-dog called the Chili Beans Ramirez.

Calle General Prim 62
RATING: 82%
Cuisine(s): Italian . Cost: $$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Fontina Trattoria is not your stereotypical Italian restaurant. It’s tastefully decorated with good food and service in a family-friendly setting. All at the best prices in town. Pizza, pasta and more.

Av. Pdte. Masaryk 48
RATING: 82%
Cuisine(s): Eclectic . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Gastropub
Summary: Fiebre de Malta with locations in Polanco and Cuauhtémoc (Río Lerma), offers the widest variety of beer in Mexico City, accompanied by good food and service. A beer lover’s paradise.

Calle de Balderas 34
RATING: 78%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $ . Restaurant type: Fast Casual
Summary: No need to spill that street taco on your Gucci loafers. Take it indoors to a fast casual dining room setting. Tacos, hauraches and other Mexican street fare with a variety of fresh condiments to pile on top. A meal for under US$5. A super value.

Milan 10
RATING: 78%
Cuisine(s): Coffee - Bread - Pastries . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe
Summary: In Juárez, adjoining a shared workplace / virtual office called Espacio Naua, is a small café with minimalist decor producing cupfuls of Buna blend coffee in a comfortable environment. We alternate our attempts at satisfying our caffeine urges betwee …

República de Argentina 15 Planta Alta
RATING: 76%
Cuisine(s): . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Rooftop terrace overlooking the excavation of the Templo Mayor with a limited menu of salads and sandwiches. The food and service are acceptable but the view can’t be beat. Equally good for cocktails.

Av Juárez 70
RATING: 76%
Cuisine(s): Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: Not flashy. Not trendy. Just well executed and creative Mexican food at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Consistent quality and service make El Cardenal the place you “go back to” in Mexico City.

Calle Gral Prim 95
RATING: 74%
Cuisine(s): Gourmet Mexican . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Casual Gourmet
Summary: Amaya is a more casual version of chef Jair Tellez’s Meretoro in Condesa. Ambiance is pleasant. Service was good. But unlike the flawless execution on our recent visit to Merotoro, there were multiple errors in execution on the entree course we were …

Río Guadalquivir 89
RATING: 74%
Cuisine(s): Coffee - Bread - Pastries . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe
Summary: Cáfe that only sells coffee in paper cups. But they have 12 varieties of coffee using beans from all over the world. Ambiance and service are lacking.

Calle Julio Verne 89
RATING: 56%
Cuisine(s): Italian . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
Summary: True, the prices are pretty low. And the service was adequate. But bad food, even if free, is not a value.

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