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What food best represents Mexico City?

In addition to Teotihuacan, Xochimilco, and Chapultepec, Mexico City is known for its size, history, versatility, people, nightlife, and of course, for its diverse and delicious gastronomy. The crunchy tostadas in Coyoacán, the satisfying tortas in La esquina del chilaquil, the innovative square tacos from Los Sifones, the exquisite huevos tirados (scrambled eggs with black…

Insiders Map: non touristic guide to Mexico City

There are innumerable cool things to do in Mexico City, whether you like culture, gastronomy, history, and/or entertainment. Even those of us who have lived in the city our entire lives have a long Mexico City bucket list of places and activities we have yet to accomplish. In our blog entry “One day in Mexico…

1 Day in Mexico City

.A travel guide for Mexico City is useful for anyone interested in becoming better acquainted with it, for our beloved capital has so many things to do, that even chilangos (natives and/or Mexico City residents) find new places to explore and spaces with activities for every liking. Throughout the 573 square miles of extension that…

Dead ones do not go to the hole, but share with their beloved ones food in its whole

If Mexican food isn’t the best, why do Mexicans return after death to enjoy it again on November 1st and 2nd? During these days, citizens of Mictlán (the underworld) come out from their tombs and, guided by the candles lightened in the altars, start their journey back to life through an orange path decorated with…

The Saboristas Behind Sabores Mexico Food Tours

Do you want to taste the best food in a travel destination? Take advice from local people. Are you willing to discover unexplored places and live authentic experiences inside a city? Ask locals for advice. If you’re in Mexico City and, in addition to the above, you are looking for a fun gastronomic adventure, take…

The flavors of Mexican celebrations and the true story of the famous chiles en nogada

The Mexican fight for independence started on September 16th, 1810. However, we nowadays start celebrating our Independence Day and devouring Mexican food on August and formally, on September the 15th. Even though Mexico has delicious food regardless of the season, our favorite month stands out among the others because of the varied and exquisite Mexican…

Delicatessen La Jersey Gourmet, quality charcuterie and cheese

One of the main activities for locals and tourists when visiting the well-known San Juan Market is eating Spanish style tapas and baguettes, prepared with imported products and paired with red Mexican wine. Delicatessen La Jersey Gourmet is a family business that has existed for over fifty years and has been run by four generations….

El Gran Cazador, place of the most exotic meat and insects in Mexico City

Over fifty years ago and way before the famous Mexico City’s San Juan Market was built, many products were bartered in the park next to Ernesto Pugibet Street. Precisely there, Jorge García sold quality rabbits and kids (young goats). A few generations later, María de Lourdes started selling chicken inside the market. However, she wasn’t…

Estado Natural, zero waste bulk products

The majority of food items we consume nowadays are processed products. Most times we don’t even know where they come from, what they are really made of, or their environmental impacts. Plus, many of these items have lost their essence and natural state because of industrialization. On top of that, most of the packaging materials…

Oscuro Puro and Cachito Mío, designer chocolate, tarts, and quiches

Anyone who doesn’t believe love enters through the eyes has probably never been to Oscuro Puro or Cachito Mío, two places where chocolate, quiches, and tarts take the leading roles and are prepared in very original ways.  Oscuro Puro and Cachito Mío are located in the La Roma neighborhood. Both of them were created by…