Header image: Edgar Nuñez and the Bosque de Chapultepec
Go for a run (or walk) in the beautiful Bosque de Chapultepec forest.
Grab a juice at the Fuente de Sodas within the forest running circuit.
Order eggs with goat’s cheese, cream and chilli guero.
Calle Palma 23, Cuauhtémoc, Colonia Centro, 06000
It’s one of the most beautiful and rich museums in Latin America and it will give you a good idea of where Mexicans came from, their mix of heritage and richness of cultures.
Av Paseo de la Reforma & Calzada Gandhi S/N, Chapultepec Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560
Get the tostadas de pata (with chopped pork) in Coyoacán Market.
Ignacio Allende S/n, Del Carmen, 04100
Skulls in Coyoacan Market
Walk around the square and have an ice cream or roasted corn on the cob.
For a taste of regional Mexican cooking with a twist, try Ricardo Muñoz Zurita’s famous black mole with enchiladas or duck ravioli.
Centro Cultural Universitario, Ciudad Universitaria
Walk around the University Museum of Contemporary Art and the university itself, which for me is one of the most beautiful buildings in Mexico City.
Av. de Los Insurgentes sur No. 3000, Coyoacán, Centro, 04510
Drink a delicious grapefruit and gin cocktail at this speakeasy bar.
A Hanky Panky cocktail
Order biodynamic wines and the dish of the day, which is always something tasty and fresh at Jair Tellez's restaurant.
General Prim 95, Colonia Juárez, Del. Cuauhtémoc
This is where myself and other Mexico City chefs like to go after work to unwind.
To help with the drunkenness, order tacos from El Borrego Viudo with a tepache (a fermented beverage made from the peel and the rind of pineapples.)
Nuñez and his recommended hangover cure