La Diana Cazadora de Colón serves a good plate of tacos carnitas. Located across from the Le Méridien hotel (in Mexico City), their 11:00 a.m. lunch was my breakfast, and it did not disappoint. Day 1 in CDMX was great, so I was really looking forward to Day 2.

Lunch was at Casa de Los Azulejos. It’s a popular place, as there was a sizable queue. And while the decor is worth appreciating, you needn’t eat there. The pork and the chicken—in the tacos and enchiladas, respectively—were dry. Since the restaurant is attached to a shopping center, just enter through the shopping center to have a look at the restaurant. Stay for a drink, but don’t eat. The food was mediocre.

Monumento a la Revolutión is as stunning during the day as it is at night. Make sure to take a stroll nearby (it’s located just outside of the Le Méridien).


La Colorada is a drink unique to the Le Méridien hotel. Go there between 5:00-8:00 pm to have this mezcal-infused cocktail mixed with hibiscus syrup, Ancho Reyes (chile liqueur), tajin on the rim, and a red chile pepper lit aflame and then used as a garnish/stir-stick.

Dinner at Café de Tacuba was a good choice. (It was actually so good on Day 1 that it required a second visit.) The ambiance is solid, and so is the food.




Stay tuned for Day 3.


United Airlines 737-800 LAX-MEX First Class

Ground Transportation:

Le Méridien Mexico City

La Diana Cazadora de Colón
Casa de los Azulejos (go for drinks only)
Café de Tacuba

And of course, should you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

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