Escuela de Gastronomía Mexicana
Learn how to cook Mexican dishes from bilingual chefs. Popular classes inlcude pozole (hominy soup), mole poblano (chicken in a chili...
Mexico Soul & Essence
Customized culinary/cultural excursions by Ruth Alegría, one of the city’s foremost food experts. She can arrange dining outings, market...
Tom’s Leather Bar
For those who dare to get medieval, Tom’s provides the props, with heraldic shields and candelabras highlighting a decidedly decadent...
Slow-cooked over aged oak wood in an underground pit, the Hidalgo-style barbacoa at this family-run eatery is off-the-charts...
Campeche 175 · interesting places nearby
The Mexico City government rents commuter bikes to visitors on a daily and weekly basis. You'll need a Visa or MasterCard for the deposit and a passport or driver's license for ID. The bicycle share program works with smart cards and allows you to ride for up to 45 minutes between docking stations.
To avoid paying a fine for exceeding 45 minutes, simply exchange the bike at a different station. Ecobici is a great option for exploring downtown, Roma and Condesa, neighborhoods with the greatest concentration of stations.