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Pujol – Mexico City

Fine dining in Mexico City

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Bonito Pop Food – Mexico City

In the very chic neighborhood of Condesa, in a lovely space – originally designed in 1939 by architect Luis Barragan – one finds the cute Bonito Pop Food. There are certainly worse places to while away an afternoon!

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Mercado de San Juan Arcos de Bélen – CDMX

The Mercado de San Juan Arcos de Belén at first the view of hanging strings with colorful plastic bags and signs everywhere advertising all the wonders of a traditional Mexican food market was a bit overwhelming. Though as you get into the groove you realize all the wonder you are surrounded with.

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Polyforum Siqueiros – CDMX

Like stepping into a sci-fi conference-hall, the Polyforum Siqueiros is a transporting marvel. The Suclpainting technique of David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974) creates a three-dimensional interior mural that takes over your mind – it is the largest in the world. If we were to make a cult-movie where the leader gets all of his followers to obey – this is the space.