Service Projects Guide to CDMX

Mexico City Guide
At Service Projects, we love the thrill of discovering new cities around the world. Whether it's the eclectic energy of Tokyo or the historic charm of Paris, we relish the opportunity to immerse ourselves in different cultures and explore their unique offerings. From local cuisine to hidden gems, we believe that every city has something special to offer. While many metropolitan cities may have countless places to explore, we firmly believe that a few carefully selected recommendations can make all the difference to the intrepid traveler. That's why we've created this guide - to share our curated selection of coffee spots, restaurants, hotels and unique offerings from each city to share with you.
Mexico City is a city that boasts a rich cultural heritage, and its cuisine is a true gem. 
Our Service Projects guide is here to take you on a journey through CDMX. We've carefully curated our favorite eateries and drink spots that the city has to offer.
Whether you're in the mood for a classic taco al pastor or a refreshing mezcal cocktail, we've got you covered. 
Mexico City Guide


This seafood restaurant in CDMX is highly recommendable. The dishes are made with fresh ingredients, and the service is excellent. Make sure to reserve a table in advance to avoid waiting in line. 
Maxime Bistrot
This restaurant is known for its ever-changing set-menu that features seasonal ingredients. The chefs are highly skilled and put a lot of focus on the flavors and presentation of the dishes.
Expendio De Maiz
For a taste of authentic Mexican street food, head to this open-spaced restaurant. The menu features a variety of traditional Mexican dishes made with fresh ingredients, including tacos, quesadillas, and tamales. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, perfect for a quick bite or a casual dinner.


 Eno Coffee
The coffee at Eno is made with high-quality beans, and the staff is knowledgeable and friendly. The shop has a relaxing ambiance, with plenty of seating options and free Wi-Fi. Great to work remote or play a deck of cards with friends.
Qūentin Coffee
The coffee is excellent, and there is a good selection of pastries and baked goods. The shop has a modern and minimalist design, with plenty of natural light and comfortable seating.
Hugo Wine Bar
This wine bar in the Roma Norte neighborhood is a perfect wine spot. The bar offers an extensive selection of wines from around the world. The food menu features delicious small plates, perfect for sharing with friends.
 Mexico City Guide

Places to visit

Frida Kahlo's House
This museum is located in the charming Coyoacan neighborhood and is a must-visit. The museum is the former home of the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and showcases her life and work. The museum features many of Kahlo's original artworks, personal belongings, and artifacts.
La Condesa & Roma Norte
These adjacent neighborhoods are known for their beautiful tree-lined streets, Art Deco architecture, and vibrant cultural scene. Visitors can stroll around the many parks, cafes, and galleries in the area to get a sense of Mexico City's best neigborhoods. Some notable attractions include the Parque Mexico and the Art Deco architecture on Avenida Amsterdam.


Círculo Mexicano
This beautiful boutique hotel is located in the heart of Mexico City's historic center. The hotel features luxurious decor, with each room uniquely designed with Mexican art and crafts. The hotel's staff is friendly and accommodating, and the location is perfect for exploring the historic center and its many attractions.
Hotel CondesaDF
This trendy hotel is located in the heart of Condesa neighborhood and features a rooftop bar, a restaurant serving contemporary Mexican cuisine, and spacious and modern rooms. The hotel's design is sleek and minimalist, with plenty of natural light and comfortable seating. The hotel's location is perfect for exploring the trendy Condesa neighborhood and its many restaurants, cafes, and bars.
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