Corazón de Maguey
Plaza Hidalgo & Jardín Centenario
The focus of Coyoacán life, and the scene of most of the weekend fun, is its central plaza – actually two adjacent plazas: the Jardín...
Parroquia de San Juan Bautista
This single-nave church and its adjacent former monastery dominate the east side of Plaza Hidalgo. First erected in 1592 by the...
Casa de Cortés
The Casa de Cortés, on the north side of Plaza Hidalgo, is where conquistador Cortés established Mexico’s first municipal seat during...
El Hijo del Cuervo
A Coyoacán institution, this stone-walled 'cultu-bar' on the Jardín Centenario is a longtime favorite on the local cultural scene. Jazz...
El Kiosko de Coyoacán
This obligatory weekend stop has homemade ice cream and popsicles in flavors ranging from mango with chili to maracuya (passion fruit).
Jardín Centenario 9A · interesting places nearby
Corazón de Maguey information
Adorned with old glass jugs used for transporting booze, this attractive restaurant does traditional Mexican fare that's typically prepared in mezcal-producing regions, such as stuffed chile ancho peppers from Queretaro, Oaxacan tlayudas (large folded tortillas) and beef tongue in red mole, hailing from Puebla. It's also a prime spot to sample some of Mexico's finest mezcals.