Sunday Funday: 7 places to eat & drink in Mexico City

A city like Mexico City offers something for every day of the week. And for every mood. From brunches, to museums, outdoor activities and of course, food, you’ll find something special everywhere you go. If you think that a good week starts with a great Sunday, we got you.

If you’re looking for a spot to grab some good food and drinks, maybe listen to a little music and have a little party on Sunday, there’s options. Here are our recommendations for places to have a proper Sunday Funday and not suffer from that anxiety on a Sunday afternoon.


Chef Tyler Henry (one of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs) has a fun plan for Sundays. A restaurant + Listening room to enjoy asian food and great music. Get a good taste of Mexico’s urban spaces, people and fusion food at this place. No reservations.

Address: Monterrey 194, Roma
Website: Instagram


The famous ‘gastrothèque’ from New York has arrived in Mexico City. With their exceptional french cuisine, breakfasts and ample offer of drinks and wines, this becomes a great spot to enjoy a Sunday afternoon in la Roma. They only do walk-ins, so be patient if there is a waitlist.

Address: Orizaba 145, Roma Nte

Tacos Saigon

Vietnamese tacos, drinks and music. All the set-up is there for a chill Sunday afternoon. They organize events and line-ups every week. Make sure to have a reservation (through DM) and save a spot to enjoy this experience.

Address: *currently moving, will post new address soon*
Website: Instagram

Cityzen at Sofitel Mexico City

Enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Reforma from the heights of the 38th floor at Sofitel Mexico City. This spot no only offers a great view, but a unique and sophisticated drinks and food menu. Invite your date or your friends to experience the city here.

Address: Paseo de la Reforma 297, Cuauhtémoc
Phone: 55 8660 0500

Waikiki Tiki Room

Get into the tiki spirit and spend a good time with drinks and food. On Sundays, Waikiki offers brunch and live music, with Hawaiian music and great ambiance until 11:00pm.

Address: Orizaba 115, Roma
Tel: 5533 0303
Website: Facebook

La Riviera del Sur

A cantina that serves food from Yucatán and is always full of party spirit. They have really good cocktails, a long list of mezcales to try and, best of all, the sound of the marimba to relax. It’s ideal for big groups.

Address: Chiapas 174, Roma
Tel: 5264 1552
Website: Facebook

Pool Terrace at Downtown Hotel

Besides having one of the best views in Centro Histórico, it’s a fun and relaxing spot to visit. It has a beer bar and there’s also cocktails. They also have a small food menu to order from while you chill by the pool. ¡Sounds like a plan!

Address: Isabel la Católica 30, Centro
Tel: 5282 2199