Sip cocktails on the roof in the hotel restaurant, located in the trendy Lafayette neighborhood, just a few blocks away from the lively Av. Chapultepec. The restaurant is helmed by Guadalajara fave Darren Walsh (if his name sounds Irish and not Mexican, it’s because he is in fact from the Green Isle), who is known in the city as an innovative culinary force.
A bright coffee shop and home of stunning desserts with wild and unexpected (and delicious) flavor pairings. While here, get a pastry making lesson from chef Fernanda.
From the sophisticated building to the elevated cocktails and photogenic octopus dishes, this restaurant is fit for a special occasion.
Brothers Alfonso and Ignacio Cadena opened this restaurant in 2015, decorating the interior with bare animal bones (hueso means bone) and dreaming up colorful dishes which stand out against the calm backdrop.
A spacious, stylish hotel in Tequila, adorned with antique furniture and featuring a small but well-appointed swimming pool.
Modern and chic, the Hyatt offers expansive city views and a restaurant serving Jalisco region specialties.
Located in the Lafayette neighborhood, the Casa is thoughtfully designed and provides a welcome refuge from the city’s busy pace. Hang out at the attractive bar, or dip in the outdoor pool on a hot afternoon.
Mercado Libertad San Juan de Dios
One of the most colorful markets in the city, the Mercado draws residents from neighbouring cities. Park yourself next to a local and eavesdrop on a conversation to see if your Spanish is up to snuff, while eating fresh tacos, or grab them to go, sit on the steps outside and watch the kids play a game of soccer.
Tour the birthplace of Cuervo tequila with a uniform-clad Jimador (harvest man). Watch Agave pineapples being cooked down and visit the distillery.