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Mexico Bars

The Bars in Mexico City are as legendary as the city itself. Be it the La Nueva Opera where Pancho Villa, Mexican freedom fighter left a bullet-hole in the ceiling or the uber-chic Beef bar with its upmarket interior and drinks, you are sure to have some wild party experiences in the city.

Some top bars situated in the hotels offer delicious food along with drinks and also have rooftop settings and some of them are even celebrity hotspots. The bars are open till late night and the party goes on till the daybreak. Have a quick look at some of the must-visit bars in Mexico City.

La Nueva Opera
La Nueva Opera

La Nueva Opera

The La Nueva Opera is one of the most popular bars in Mexico City and also the most legendary. This bar was opened in the nineteenth century, and its interiors ooze age-old sophistication with its tiled floors, elaborate ceilings and frosted windows. The bar is also a well-known celebrity haunt. Moreover, do not miss the bullet hole which was made by the Mexican revolutionary hero Pancho Villa in 1910.

Address: Calle 5 de Mayo #10 Historic Center, Mexico City, Mexico.
Opening Hours: Lunch 1:00 pm to 12:00, Dinner 1:00 to 6:00 PM
Tel.: +52 55 5512 8959

Bar Milán
Bar Milán

Bar Milán

The Bar Milán is a fashionable hangout for the younger crowd, as the drinks are great and the music is so loud that you can lose yourself to dance. The busiest days are Thursdays and Fridays, so you might need to turn up early to secure a booth for your party. The music here is diverse and ranges from jazz to hip hop but catchy all the same. Bar Milan is a perfect place to grab a drink after work.

Address: Milan 18, Cuauhtemoc, Juárez, 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Opening Hours: Thursday-Saturday 21:00pm to 02:30am
Tel.: +52 55 5592 0031

Jules Basement
Jules Basement

Jules Basement

Located in the modish neighbourhood of Polanco, the Jules Basement is a cool place frequented by many tourists and locals. In the cocktails section you will always find something new to try, apart from the old favourites like the dry, dirty and French martinis, Oscar Wilde's iconic drinks, Mexican beers, Guatemala 'Sazerac', and ofcourse, all your standard favourites. However, if you can't decide from the wide variety of ptions you can request the mixologist to mix you a customized concoction.

Address: Julio Verne 93, Miguel Hidalgo, Polanco Reforma, 11560 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 20:00pm to 02:00am
Tel.: +52 55 5280 1278

Kinky Bar
Kinky Bar

Kinky Bar

Situated in the middle of an LGBTQ+ hotzone, in Zona Rosa, the Kinky Bar is one of the trendiest bars in the city. The bar is spread across three floors where the first floor is where you can eat, the second is for karaoke, and the third floor has the terrace setting. This place also has a lounge, a video bar and the Thursdays are reserved only for ladies.

Address: Antwerp 1 corner Paseo de la Reforma., Colonia Juarez, Mexico City, Mexico
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 17:00pm to 02:00am
Tel.: +52 55 5514 4920

Beef Bar
Beef Bar

Beef Bar

The Beef bar is lavishly designed by the French architect duo Christophe Poyer and Emil Humbert in a cool contemporary style. The food and drink variety served here is astounding, and the desserts are simply lip-smacking. The Beef bar also offers a great chance to host special occasions like birthdays, business events, etc.

Address: Mariano Escobedo 700 Col. Anzures, 11590 Mexico City, Mexico
Opening Hours: Monday-Wednesday 13:00pm to 00:00am, Thursday-Saturday 13:00pm to 01:00am, Sunday 13:00pm to 22:00pm
Tel.: +52 55 5263 8895

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