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RESERVA
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Coox Hanal
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Casa de Roberto Cantoral
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C.O.M.E.
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Casa Del Indio Fernández
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Tuza Store
Mexico City

Mexico City with Girl Ultra

From the beautiful maze that is Mexico City, Girl Ultra is making moves by putting R&B on the map in her native country. With a city as eclectic and exciting, it only makes sense that her style and sound follow suit. She rounds up her favourite spots that make the city truly unique...

From the beautiful maze that is Mexico City, Girl Ultra is making moves by putting R&B on the map in her native country. With a city as eclectic and exciting, it only makes sense that her style and sound follow suit. She rounds up her favourite spots that make the city truly unique...

RESERVA

"One of my favorite places to go pick up some crazy vintage finds for my wardrobe, for shows, editorial, etc. All range of prices and for every taste. And a very friendly treatment."

@reserva.shop

www.reservashop.com

Coox Hanal

"This is a traditional comida yucateca restaurant, hidden in a building downtown. The best southern food I’ve ever had in CDMX."

www.cooxhanal.com

Casa de Roberto Cantoral

"This kitschy house belonged to the famous Mexican songwriter Roberto Cantoral, who composed for big recording artists such as José José. He wrote a very beautiful song with a trio he had called ‘’El Reloj’’ and the music sheets are sculpted in the main entrance door. This used to be around the corner on the neighborhood I grew up in. It’s kind of a suburban zone but it gives perspective to the more touristic areas in CDMX."

www.cantoralinstituto.com

C.O.M.E.

"This is little hidden Japanese ‘’fondita’’ in the heart of Roma Sur that offers a daily Japanese full meal menu at an amazing price. This is my favorite place to take new friends. Their matcha cake - it’s unbelievable!"

Casa Del Indio Fernández

"It’s an old mansion that used to be property of a famous Mexican golden-era movie director and was also used as a set in many of his movies. Fun fact: he was actually the model for the Oscar’s award statue. My aunt used to know his granddaughter and they opened the house for us. Now it's a museum and you can actually schedule a visit."

Find them on Facebook here.

Tuza Store

"A very nice concept store where I go to find my jewels, all made by Mexican designers."

@tuzastoremexico

www.tuzatuzatuza.mx