Beyond the glitz and gloss of the Condesa/Roma sits the Narvarte, a solidly middle-class neighborhood known for its dozens of family-style taquerías and a tranquil setting that hasn’t changed much in decades. On this walking tour we’ll show you the vibe of a typical Mexico City colonia at night, as we visit a wide range of places that the locals love.
We’ll try tacos al pastor, crispy volcanes slathered with cheese, and suadero tacos from vendors who've been in the neighborhood for decades. We’ll visit a lively cantina to learn more about cantina culture in Mexico City, where we’ll toss back a chela, slang for cold beer, or a cocktail if you wish. And we’ll try a flight of small-batch, artisanal mezcals in a cozy neighborhood restaurant, part of a private mezcal tasting led by a local chef and expert. We’ll finish with a beer at a local indie brewpub, where we’ll connect and toast to everything we’ve learned and tasted.
If you want a tour that combines food, culture, and drinks, this is not to be missed!
Please note that this is a food tour that we balance with some fun stops for alcohol. It's not a pub/bar crawl. We do not allow drinking while you’re walking through the streets. We're also unable to add on additional bar visits to this tour.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
La Costilla on Cumbres de Maltrata 352, Narvarte, 03020 Benito Juarez, CDMX. Easy to get by Taxi, Uber or Didi.