Guillaume GuevaraMexico City Writer
Guillaume Guevara was born and raised in Mexico City. With a French family, he spent many summers in France, eventually studying hotel management in Switzerland and Australia. After graduating, Guillaume worked at The Carlyle Hotel in New York for five years and spent 18 years calling NYC home. During that time Guillaume opened cult-loved Miscelanea NY, a Mexican general store in the East Village of Manhattan. He currently lives in Mexico City with his wife and five-year-old son where he works as a freelance food + beverage and marketing consultant.
The best restaurants, bars, and hotels in Mexico City, according to us.
Ticuchi might just be the best and most interesting vegetarian spot in CDMX.
Bellopuerto is a cool seafood restaurant in Polanco with a great outdoor street garden.
Don Vergas is a great seafood spot in Cuauhtémoc with huge tostadas.
Superette is a creperie in Condesa that’s perfect for lunch or an afternoon snack.
Cafe Nin is a great place to stop for breakfast or lunch in Juarez.
El Pescadito is a great (and super affordable) seafood taco spot in Condesa.
Tetetlán in San Angel is one of the most striking restaurants we've ever seen. And yes, the food is also very good.
Merkavá makes the best Israeli food in Condesa, and probably all of CDMX.
Castizo is a great Spanish spot located right by Parque Mexico in Condesa.
Milk Pizzeria is the best spot for pizza in Roma.