The 8 most beautiful terraces to eat in the Historic Center of CDMX

To appreciate beautiful historical panoramas and a proposal of national gastronomy, we share with you some of the most beautiful terraces to eat in the Historic Center of CDMX.

The Historical Center It is one of the most special neighborhoods in CDMX, abundant in buildings of important heritage value that allow architectural appreciation of Mexico’s historical past, as well as gastronomic proposals where you can enjoy the national culinary heritage. Some of them are located in beautiful terraces, perfect to be surprised by some of the most amazing panoramas in the area, as well as comforting dishes with traditional seasoning. We share some of our favorites.

Eat, enjoy and share!

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Seashell

Seashell It is one of the most beautiful terraces you can find in the Historic Center of CDMX. Belonging to Contramar Groupoffers a contemporary fusion proposal between the most traditional flavors of Mexico and Peru, as well as privilege to fresh sea products. We recommend trying their red clams with butter and epazote, or their hot shrimp and fish ceviche.

ADDRESS: GUATEMALA 20, HISTORICAL CENTER.
PHONE: 55 5949 8304
WEBSITE: @CARACOLDEMARCDMX
Photo: @caracoldemar
Photo: @caracoldemarcdmx
Photo: @caracoldemarcdmx

Balcony of the Zocalo

Led by chef Pepe Salinas, Balcony of the Zocalo is one of the terraces in the Historic Center of CDMX where you will find a modern and contemporary luxury space, with a proposal of Mexican gastronomy based on seasonal ingredients. Its menu consists of dishes from various regions of Mexico, with creations such as pork shank in black cochinita with beans, grilled boneless beef chop, or charcoal-grilled Campeche octopus in green sauce.

Address: Av. 5 de Mayo 61, Historic Center.
Telephone: 55 5130 5134
Website: www.balcondelzocalo.com
Photo: The Balcony of the Zócalo Restaurant
Photo: The Balcony of the Zócalo Restaurant
Photo: The Balcony of the Zócalo Restaurant

beggars

beggars is from the restaurants with terrace in the Historic Center of CDMX where you will be received by a space of authentic Mexican tradition. His proposal seeks to offer a delight for the senses, this through typical dishes with a contemporary touch, which wonderfully express the national cuisine. You can order a la carte, or opt for one of their tasting menus.

ADDRESS: IGNACIO ALLENDE 3, HISTORICAL CENTER.
PHONE: 55 5521 5576
WEBSITE: LIMOSNEROS.COM.MX
Photo: Almoners
Photo: Almoners
Photo: Almoners

Historic Blue

while visiting Historic Blue it is a spectacular experience at any time of the day, we highly recommend going to the restaurant at night, in order to be surprised by the beautiful luminous decoration of its terrace. It will be the perfect place to celebrate special occasions, as well as enjoy a very special approach to great Mexican cuisine. Make sure to try some of their traditional moles, there are three versions and all very delicious.

ADDRESS: ISABEL LA CATÓLICA 30, HISTORICAL CENTER.
PHONE: 55 5510 1316
WEBSITE: AZUL.REST
Photo: Blue Restaurants
Photo: Blue Restaurants
Photo: Blue Restaurants

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Mexican Circle

Mexican Circle is one of the hotels belonging to Grupo Habita in CDMX, a wonderful space with a contemporary character that honors Mexican culture, with a variety of proposals that perfectly converge gastronomy, fashion and design. In its rooftop you’ll find ‘We Are Ona‘, a Proyect of pop up temporary and special culinary events, perfect for enjoying an unforgettable experience in the Historic Center.

ADDRESS: REPUBLIC OF GUATEMALA 20, HISTORICAL CENTER.
PHONE: 55 9689 0543
WEBSITE: CIRCULOMEXICANO.COM
Photo: @circulomexicano
Photo: @circulomexicano
Photo: @we.are.ona/@ilyafoodstories

Holy Sunday

The hotel Holy Sunday It stands out for paying homage to Mexican culture, this through a fusion between current affairs and national tradition. It has one of the most special terraces of the Historic Center of CDMX, a place where you can taste Mexican dishes surrounded by a quite pleasant atmosphere; We recommend trying their beef fillet in pink mole, their marrow with escamoles, or their house suckling pig.

ADDRESS: REPUBLIC OF CUBA 96, COL. HUB.
PHONE: 55 5130 3081
WEBSITE: DOMINGOSANTO.COM
Photo: Domingo Santo Hotel Boutique
Photo: Domingo Santo Hotel Boutique
Photo: Domingo Santo Hotel Boutique

Cathedral Terrace

worth knowing Cathedral Terrace If you are looking for a characteristic site for its good atmosphere and privileged views of the Historic Center of CDMX. The place offers a casual menu – hamburgers, traditional molcajetes, salads and more -, perfect for a relaxed afternoon with friends, or for an outing accompanied by drinks and DJ sets. The time you go will determine your type of experience, so we recommend taking that into consideration when planning your visit.

ADDRESS: REPUBLIC OF GUATEMALA 4, HISTORICAL CENTER.
PHONE: 55 5518 1726
WEBSITE: INSTAGRAM
Photo: Cathedral Terrace
Photo: Cathedral Terrace
Photo: Cathedral Terrace

The Bajio

The restaurant The Bajio It is one of the most representative in terms of traditional Mexican cuisine, since for 50 years it has shared a menu of respect for the national culinary heritage. Its branch in Historical Center It has one of the most pleasant terraces in the area, perfect to enjoy its typical dishes full of comforting flavor, such as its barbecue on roasted nopal, cecina enchilada or chubby stuffed with cottage cheese

Address: Simón Bolívar 14, Historic Center.
Telephone: 55 5521 4376
Website: restaurantelbajio.com.mx
Photo: El Bajío Restaurant
Photo: El Bajío Restaurants
Photo: El Bajío Restaurant