Bar La Opera
Bar La Opera first opened in 1895 as a cantina (a traditional bar), and became a popular meeting place for some of Mexico’s national heroes. (There’s even a bullet wedged in the gorgeously decorative wood ceiling, fired by Francisco “Pancho” Villa during the Mexican Revolution of 1910). Ever since, every Mexican president, and plenty of other famous personalities, have stopped by have a cocktail. We suggest starting with a sangrita.