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Most Expensive Bars In Mexico

Mexico is well-known for its rich culture, food, vibrant lifestyle, and its incomparable nightlife. The country is an exceptional destination for party lovers as it has a string of bars all around its perimeter, serving you world-class cocktails and more. Thus, to make your nightlife fun, we have curated below the names of some of the expensive bars in the city.

  1. Baltra
    If you want an island-like feel in a bar, you should visit Baltra. This gorgeous and tiny bar is well-known as ”la Isla” and is situated in the core of the Condesa neighborhood. Popular for its intimate ambiance and experimental drinks, the lounge is home to some unique and classic drinks. In addition to this, the place has also earned 7th position on North America’s 50 Best Bars list.
  2. Cantina Tio Pepe
    This place is located in Chinatown and has been a crowd favorite since its launch in 1870. While the interiors have a stained glass background, the shiny red wooden ambiance offers the guests a home-like feel. You can also relish simple drinks like a straight shot and enjoy food like fava beans and toasted peanuts from the roving snack vendor while at the place.
  3. Felina Bar
    Felina Bar is situated in an apartment building away from the central party zone of Condesa’s. The bar houses expert staff who serve negronis, Manhattans, and many more drinks with a broad spectrum of rums. All this and many more make this place a quick favorite of many people.
  4. Handshake Speakeasy
    Launched only a year ago, this place has gone on to become a well-liked cocktail lounge in Mexico. Handshake provides excellent services, and all the drinks are renowned as the best in Mexico. This classy bar has also won the coveted second position on North America’s 50 Best Bars list.
  5. Hanky Panky
    This cocktail lounge in Colonia Juarez is a remarkable place to make your nightlife wilder. People who visit the place have to walk through a secret passage to get to the bar making it one of the most unique in the world. Once at the place, you will be treated to the best cocktail, excellent services, and a luxurious atmosphere, which will surely serve as an uncommon experience.
  6. Jules Basement
    The sliding refrigerator door entrance of this barroom makes it different from others. Once you get to the place, you will experience the incredibly gloomy surroundings of a cocktail lounge in the back of a restaurant. But mind you; one must have a prior reservation for easier entry.
  7. Kaito Del Valle
    One of the biggest USPs of Kaito bar is that it is managed by a host of talented women. The fusion of Mexican ingredients and Asian flavor, along with the presentation of the drinks, makes this place the first choice of many people. In addition to this, the alehouse also houses a Karaoke room and has secured a 13 position on North America’s 50 Best Bars.
  8. Licoreria Limantour
    Eleven years ago, this cocktail bar opened, and in a short time became a well-reputed drinkery in Mexico. Renowned for its fantastic services and drinks, Licorice Limantour provides a homely feel to its guests with great music, an engaging atmosphere, and an extensive range of exquisite drinks.
  9. Tlecan
    This speakeasy has carved a niche for itself as it welcomes guests with an intense fragrance of copal. While the cocktail menu at this place is limited, all the drinks you get here are worth trying. This bar also serves delicious native snacks and wins points for its excellent services and Cumbia music.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email