7 hotels and restaurants to celebrate in CDMX

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We are already craving the pozolito, the chiles en nogada, the tamales, the atole and other Mexican appetizers that we savor with more fervor every day September 15 and 16 to celebrate the Independence of Mexicoeither

This year, after two “screams” that were drowned out by the pandemic, the popular ones return Mexican nights in hotels and restaurants in CDMX, and we bring you the best seven options.

It is important to consider that places can be sold out at any time. So you better hurry to book.

Hyatt Regency Mexico City

Polanco and the Hyatt Regency hotel await to celebrate Mexico as it deserves, especially in Rulfo, the hotel’s star restaurant.

The season of chiles en nogada could not be overlooked, which is why this typical dish returns to Rulfo’s menus, accompanied by a buffet to be served from 9:00 pm. Includes red pozole, marinated kid, pibil piglet, belly, chicken with mole, fresh water, tacos, charcuterie and traditional desserts.

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After the “Grito”, the party will last until 1:00 am with a DJ that will make you polish the dancefloor and open bar.

The Hyatt is located at Campos Eliseos 204, on the Polanco Chapultepec.

The cost is $1,490 pesos for adults and $700 pesos for children. Beware, the service is not included. For more information and reservation, call the numbers (55) 5083 1234, (55) 5083 1250.

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Sofitel Mexico City Reforma

in the heart of Paseo de la Refoma Avenue, in Mexico Citythe Sofitel hotel offers two experiences to celebrate the Independence Mexican and, of course, both are gastronomic.

Balta, one of the restaurants inside the hotel, will offer a buffet of Mexican food enlivened with mariachis. Guerrero-style white pozole, charcoal taquiza, Chiapas-style flank steak, ceviche, octopus, aguachile, pambazos and Mexican desserts with a French touch await you.

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From 7 pm on September 15 until 1 am on September 16, a party will be organized at a cost of $1,100 pesos per person and 550 pesos for children.

The other and more exclusive option will take place in bazelwhere a culinary tasting of “intense and deep flavors that allude to the Cry of Independence” is offered in a four-course menu.

Available from September 13 to 17, with a live show during the night of the 15, the menu includes aguachile of green prickly pear, blue shrimp, octopus, green mole, grilled lamb loin, wild mushrooms and chocolate metate with coffee Chiapas.

Located at Avenida Paseo de la Reforma 297, Mexico City, the rate per person is $1,850 pesos. For more information on both events, call (55) 8660 0500 or send an email to [email protected].

Mexican Terrace

The Hostal Mexiqui, behind Cathedralwill take advantage of its terrace from where you can watch the fireworks show that will amaze the attendees after the famous Scream.

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with a rich taquizastasting of mezcal, sotol, open bar from 8:00 pm to 1:00 am, mariachi and DJ, your Mexican soul will vibrate in the first row the flashes of colors in the sky of the Plinth capital.

Priced at $1,700 pesos per person, the event will begin on Thursday, September 15 at 8:00 pm. For reservations, call or send WhatsApp to (55) 9105 4637 or visit their Facebook page “Mexiqui”. They are located in Republic of Guatemala 30 Historical Center.

Arroyo Restaurant

One of the most traditional restaurants in the Mexico City and for Mexican nights, it is ready for the deployment of a Mexican town-style party with music from the cylinder, cotton candy, churros, sweets, sweet potatoes, corn and skittles.

For the dining room, there will be a dinner buffet with Mexican appetizers: sopes, tlacoyos, tostadas, chiles en nogada, barbecue, carnitas, mixiotes and much more, accompanied by two courtesy drinks (to choose between beer, tequila shot or margarita), all enlivened with marimba, group jarocho and northern.

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After dinner, after 10 pm, there will be a folklore show with live music, mariachidancers from various parts of the Republic and singers. Afterwards, the “Grito” will be tuned in from the National Palace and, once it is over, the dance floor will be opened for all attendees.

Be careful, if you take children there are also activities for them: mechanical bull, inflatable games, crafts, face painting and typical skill games such as lottery, archery, marbles, among others.

The price per ticket is $1,985 for adults and $918 for children between 5 and 12 years old (price includes service, parking and taxes). They are located at Insurgentes Sur 4003, Sta Úrsula Xitla, Tlalpan, Mexico City. To buy your tickets, go to the restaurant, at ticketmaster.com.mx or call the numbers (55) 5573 1097 and (55) 5573 4344.

Cha Cha Cha Terrace

This terrace has incredible views of Paseo de la remodeling and, above all, to the Monument to the Revolution in the Republic Square and, we assure you, your stomach will be happy here.

Tacos al pastor, esquites, guacamole, sopes, spiropapas and churros with an open bar of Corona and Victoria beer, Koch mezcal and Patron tequila from 7:00 p.m. September 15 until 1:00 am on the 16th… A very Mexican delight!

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It is located at Avenida de la República 157, 6th floor, Colonia Tabacalera. The cost is 1,500 pesos per person. Reservations are made through WhatsApp to the number (55) 2039 5304 or on Instagram @terrazachachacha.

The view is unbeatable: from the heights, in front of the Monument to the Revolution.

Hotel The St. Regis Mexico City

this luxurious hotel also offers two options to enjoy the “Cry” of Independence.

The first option is a dinner during the night of September 15 in the restaurant Diana. Will have cymbals Mexican dishes such as cochinita pibil, red pozole, chiles en nogada, ceviches, seafood tostadas, corn on the cob, tlayudas and typical sweets topped with fritters.

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In addition, there will be live music and an hour of mariachi from 8:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. The cost is 1,900 for adults and 750 for children (without drinks).

The second option will lengthen the night of the 15th with more festivities, enjoying the parade the morning of September 16 with breakfast buffet Mexican that includes chilaquiles, eggs and other Mexican snacks in the same restaurant.

With an incredible view of the Diana the Huntress monument, at Avenida Paseo de la Reforma 439, Colonia Cuauhtémoc. The cost of the buffet breakfast is $850 pesos or $1,600 if Prosecco mimosas are included; and $500 for the little ones. More information by calling (55) 5228 1818.

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Hotel Sheraton Maria Isabel

The restaurant friendsinside the Hotel Sheraton María Isabel, despite specializing in Italian food, she could not miss this date to prepare some delicious Mexican dishes and celebrate her birthday in a big way. Mexican night.

You will be welcomed with an exquisite buffet which will surely cover from the north to the south of the country and a national open bar of tequilas, rums, vodkas, white and red wines, margaritas and, of course, beers, as well as a non-alcoholic beverage bar.

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The event will be enlivened by a DJ and mariachi from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. The party will last five hours.

It is located at Avenida Paseo de la Reforma 325, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City. The rate per person is $1,500 pesos for adults (VAT included) and $825 for children from six to 12 years old (VAT and service included). To make your reservation, call the number (55) 52 42 5555 ext. 3718.

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