M.N. ROY

Roma
Club

Still one of the hottest, most exclusive tickets in town, this late-night club (once the headquarters of the Mexican Communist Party, after whose founder it is named) attracts a glamorous crowd in a sexy space designed by French architecture and design collaborative Chic by Accident. The door, a deceptively decrepit pink façade of an ice-cream parlor, is presided over by a transgender beauty named Zemmoa, who is notoriously picky about who gets past the velvet rope. It’s technically a private club, and a bit of a scene, so have your hotel concierge make a reservation—or just turn up fully turned out.

M.N. ROY
Merida 186Mexico City, Mexico

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