This 19th-century estate, once the property of President Adolfo López Mateos, now houses an art gallery with temporary exhibits, and a...
This building opened its doors in 1870, making it arguably the oldest cantina in Mexico City – now that's a good reason to pop in and...
Museo de Historia de Tlalpán
Hosts compelling contemporary art and historical exhibits in naturally lit galleries off the courtyard.
From the makers of the popular Oaxaca-based mezcal brands Alipús and Los Danzantes, this quaint bar in Tlalpan and the chic Alipús...
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La Voragine information
Run by a fun-loving couple from New York and DF, this muraled pizzeria/bar prepares savory pizzas, exquisite manicotti and fungi trifolati (flambéed mushrooms in white-wine sauce). Or just drop in for a Mexican microbrew and enjoy the sunny patio upstairs. It’s a half-block north of Tlalpan’s main square.