Hostería de Santo Domingo
Plaza Santo Domingo
Smaller and less hectic than the nearby Zócalo, this plaza has long served as a base for scribes and printers. Descendants of those who...
Centro Cultural del México Contemporáneo
Flanking the Iglesia de Santo Domingo’s west wall is the Centro Cultural del México Contemporáneo , formerly a Dominican convent in the...
Secretaría de Educación Pública
The two front courtyards (on the opposite side of the building from the entrance off Plaza Santo Domingo) here are lined with 120 fresco...
One of Mexico City’s two wrestling venues, the Arena Coliseo , is taken over by a circus atmosphere each week, with flamboyant...
Belisario Domínguez 72 · interesting places nearby
Hostería de Santo Domingo information
Whipping up classic Mexican fare since 1860, Mexico City's oldest restaurant has a festive atmosphere, enhanced by live piano music. The menu offers numerous dishes, but everyone comes here for the chile en nogada (an enormous poblano chili pepper stuffed with ground meat, dried fruit and bathed in a creamy walnut sauce). Beware: rumor has it the building is haunted.