Terraces to enjoy CDMX – Alan x el Mundo

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Two years have passed since the world stopped and in the midst of this new normality that has gradually gained ground, we have found new spaces to enjoy cities.

Open spaces have become a great ally for those who go out again to take to the streets and terraces are great allies for travelers and locals to have fun and unwind.

For this reason, on this occasion we present three terraces in Mexico City with different types of prices and activities (at the end we put an extra that we did not want to leave out).

Cultural offer: Kaluz Museum

In the downtown area of ​​the city, in front of La Alameda, this space is found that opened during the pandemic and that shows in its rooms a journey through the history of Mexico from the 19th century to the present day. Through the eyes of national and foreign artists, we learn a little about the daily life, customs, architecture and landscapes of the country.

The tour is a pleasant reminder of our roots and at the end of the tour, this building offers a surprise on its terrace, which has a cafeteria and the opportunity to walk through it to see from the heights some of the most emblematic buildings of the first square of the city.

Worth going up for the views and getting some fresh air when taking photos.

Price range: $

Address: Av. Hidalgo 85, Historic Center, Mexico City, CP. 06300

Museum cost: 60 pesos national visitors and 90 pesos foreigners.

Entrance to the terrace: 20 pesos

Pre-drinking with friends: Amici Terrace at the Sheraton Hotel

In the vicinity of the Angel of Independence (which is actually called Victoria Alada) is the Sheraton María Isabel Hotel, which has a terrace on the restaurante Amici that on Fridays it becomes an ideal place for pre-drinking.

With a DJ entertaining the evening and Reforma Avenue framing the night from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., they will enjoy cocktails at a price of 80 pesos each, and if they want to eat something, they can opt for some California Potatoes that have Flank steak, cheddar cheese and guacamole or Sheraton Wings, with buffalo sauce and a sweet and sour touch.

It is worth trying the Mezcalita de kiwi that has, as its name says, mezcal; and the Sheraton with red fruits, which has gin.

Price range: $$

Direction: Friends Restaurant at the Sheraton María Isabel Hotel at Av. Paseo de la Reforma 325, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Mexico City, CDMX

Hours: Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Entrance to the terrace: free of charge, only your consumption.

Drunch: unlimited food and alcohol!

What would you think of a marathon of good flavors accompanied by an afternoon-night of beers or cocktails? This is the concept that takes place in the W Hotel in Mexico City and that mixes a luxury brunch (but on Saturday night) and drinks is called: drunch.

The culinary experience has cuts of meat, kid, grilled fish, raw bar, top quality seafood, pasta, side dishes, sushi, poke bowl, charcuterie, cheese, breads and dozens of desserts!

Depending on the plan you choose, the drinks you can get will be: the $1,950 drunch includes tomato juice with clams, mixed beers and Sparkling Wine; On the other hand, the Full Experience option ($2,200) adds unlimited champagne, digestifs and cocktails.

Price range: $$$

Direction: Trivvu Terrace at the W hotel at Campos Elíseos 252, Polanco, Chapultepec, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560 Mexico City, CDMX

Opening hours: Saturday from 18:00 to 22:00 hours.

Entrance to the terrace: entrance included with consumption.

EXTRA:

Within our discoveries of terraces, we could not leave out a place that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with an impressive view of the Chapultepec Forest and Mexico City.

Foto: @samos.mexicocity

This space with a varied menu and cocktails to accompany is the samos restaurant at The Ritz Carlton Mexico, located at Av. Paseo de la Reforma 509, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Mexico City, CDMX.

Price range: $$$

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