Top 5 Rooftops in Mexico City

In Dine, Mexico City by Regina GarcíaLeave a Comment

During this pandemic the best way to see friends, or family and visit restaurants is in outdoor spaces, these rooftops aside from trendy and cool, have the best food and drinks in town. Make sure you book soon since they are very popular!

Supra Roma

This restaurant and bar is located at La Roma neighborhood on the 14th floor, which makes the amazing view of the terrace unbeatable. The kitchen is in charge of Josefina Santa Cruz, the chef designed a Middle East inspired menu that offers snacks or full plates for every meal. The bar is entertained by a live DJ, creating the perfect ambience for a drink.

Fiera Rooftop

Decorated with wood furniture and macramé pieces, the restaurant gives a boho chic vibe, the perfect mood for an outdoor drink. Its location is in Paseo de las Palmas and its opened for lunch, dinner or just some cocktails. The menu is gourmet and they open its doors from Wednesday to Saturday.

Terraza Chá chá chá

The most amazing feature about this terrace is the privileged view of the Mexican Revolution Monument (Monumento a la Revolución). The cuisine was created by Guillermo Tinoco and is executed by Chef Adrián Gasca, relaxed but delicious plates inspired by Mexican culture are served every day.


Toledo Rooftop

The architecture and deco of this bar makes you feel you at home, since different sitting options are available like tables, couches and chairs with a relaxed and modern style, created by Antoine Ratigan and Vertebral. The food offer was inspired by three different cultures: Asian, Mediterranean and Mexican.


Malaquita Rooftop

Located at the heart of Downtown Mexico City, Malaquita is a rooftop inside Hotel City Centro. A great option for tourists who want to see museums, historic buildings and end the journey with a drink with a view. Malaquita has a pool, an extensive cocktail menu and Mexican traditional food with a modern twist.

Photographs: from the restaurant’s Facebook pages.

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