Where to Drink in Mexico City

Sip classic cocktails at a secret speakeasy, attend outdoor film screenings on a rooftop, and dance with the glamorous crowd at these Mexico City bars, lounges, and clubs.

Courtesy of the St. Regis Mexico
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Sophisticated Cocktail Hour: King Cole Bar

A slice of New York in the Federal District, the King Cole Bar on the second floor of the St. Regis Mexico City has dark, wood-paneled walls, moss-green carpets and a striking original mural behind the bar by Surrealist painter Pablo Weisz Carrington. Order a Sangrita María—the hotel’s house Bloody Mary composed of mezcal, sangrita and a dash of pasilla chile purée—and head out to the leafy terrace for views of Paseo de la Reforma and its icons: the Angel of Independence, the fountain depicting Diana the Huntress and Chapultepec Castle. Paseo de la Reforma 439; 52-55/5228-1818; starwoodhotels.com.