It is possible to live this experience from Tuesday to Sunday from 1:30 PM.
The restaurant is located on the Av. Alvaro Obregon in Colonia Roma in Mexico City. It is an avenue known by its old history and variety, now a corridor full of excellent dining options, bars and nightlife without ceasing to be a great option as residential or atelier. Since the 20’s when the city began the division of space of this district, it experienced many buildings with mixed uses. Recently, different architects recognized the value of the property and it was decided to revamp the entire district a few years ago, making Colonia Roma one of the most popular and visited within the city.
The corner where Casa Virginia stands also has a history. Mr. Antonio Pacheco was owner of it arriving from Santander, Spain and the house was used for the residential use of his family. In 1940 one of the granddaughters named Virginia came to Mexico City to inhabit the house with her husband, Dr. Fernando of Emparan. The ground floor was used as a clinic for more than six decades and at the same time the different spaces next to it were rented to local businesses such as bakeries and grocery stores.
It was during the year 2006 when the income fell into the hands of Chef Mónica Patiño to establish the familiar corner, a wonderful gourmet spot called “Delirio”. In the year of 2013, with the death of her husband, Mrs. Virginia decided to rent the entire house. It was then, Mónica Patiño decided to continue with the tradition and establish “Casa Virginia” with her daughter. Having in the same corner two more excellent dining options to enjoy in Mexico City.