A Guide to CDMX, Mexico City, Mapped Out by Paurro
A Guide to CDMX, Mexico City, Mapped Out by PaurroPaurro
Pau Rodriguez is a DJ, radio host, PR, label manager and the ultimate plug into Mexico City.
CDMX born and raised, Pau describes her home as “a really awesome mess, a chaos that works and a place [where] you can find a little bit of everything”. Not only can you catch her behind the decks at some of the best festivals and club nights around CDMX, but she's often working behind the scenes too. An influential figure within CDMX's creative hub, Paurro is also on the team behind the revered label Cómeme, where she works as the imprint's manager. As someone who works at events that range from music to gastronomy, art to film via animation, Pau is often found connecting people to spaces, shows and experiences that bring together the best of local and international talent.
In her guide, Paurro highlights a wide spectrum of spots to visit. In need of a break from the bustle of the city? Looking to take in some of the best art, or sample locally sourced food? Below, you'll find her definitive guide to Mexico City's capital.
In this Guide
“My favourite coffee spot. They only use Mexican beans and they work directly, and sustainably, with their producers.”More Info
“This record store has everything. A very good selection of 90s house. Everyone that works here really knows what they’re talking about.”More Info
“I really love seafood. The format of this spot is like a Mexican cantina, but the food is Spanish-style seafood.”More Info
“Really good food and mezcals; DJs play on the weekends. This is a good spot for pre-gaming in Coyoacán.”More Info
“A weekend art market in San Angel where you can find Mexican artists selling their works. Perfect weekend activity.”More Info
“University Museum of Contemporary Art. Always amazing exhibitions on here and it’s just awesome to walk around the campus – the buildings are insane. There’s also a botanical garden.”More Info
“When I need to escape the city, I love to take my dogs here. It’s 45 minutes from the city and you can do a barbecue, go hiking, walking and fish.”More Info