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San Ángel is known for its artistic vibe and elegant details displayed throughout its streets, antique residences and haciendas where famous actors like Consuelo Velázquez, Capulina and other prominent families used to live and that have now been turned into beautiful galleries, cafés and restaurants. An array of cultural and artistic activities are organized in the neighborhood, but it is on Saturdays when the San Jacinto Plaza and surroundings really shine as artists gather to exhibit a variety of arts and crafts, from paintings to clothing.
If you visit San Angel you must stop by this church even if you are not religious. And then walk around the corner and visit the Plaza de los Arcangeles. You won't believe you are in the middle of this crazy city
We visited the museum after lunch at the San Angel Inn across the street. The museum is powerful in its stark concrete architecture and it is inspiring to be in Diego Rivera’s actual studio and to see many of his belongings and tools of the trade. Other rooms contain changing collections of his and Fridas art. We were there while...
We visited this place as part of our visit to Bazar El Sabado. Lovely building and make sure you go to the top to see the areal view and there's a history written between relationship between the Irish army and Mexican army in this building as well.
It's a small building but beautiful and free of charge. Spanish languange is...
No dancing girls, water displays, or other gimmicks,. Great food in elegant surroundings with superb service every time.
Perhaps you need something else, but I know from years of experience that you will have good food and service at any El Cardenal location in Mexico City. Every visit feels like a special occasion.
"There is one and only one San Angel Inn- as good as it gets"
reviewed 5 days ago by Pedro P
Do not rate this restaurant if if you are not a third generation native of Mexico City- beacuse you will never undesrtand what this restaurantis about. Come with time eat your food and just "feel" the place. Chances are you will never "get it"
Reservations over the phone was a breeze. Walked in greeted very kindly by the hostess and manager Eduardo who was especially helpful. He was very fluent in English and did an awesome job on recommendations and allowing us to sample some flavors we were not familiar with. Nelson and the rest of the staff were attentive and spectacular waiters throughout...
€€ - €€€ • Steakhouse, Brazilian, Seafood, South American, Latin
"Delicious meats, attentive staff"
reviewed 11 April 2018 by ElsieHColorado
All the food was great, and the staff makes sure you get to sample particular meats if you request them. A bargain compared to comparable restaurants in the U.S. And don't miss the pineapple! You won't need dessert if you have a few slices of it!
We were in Mexico City for a quick weekend trip. The hotel was fantastic. Clean, very modern, staff were friendly and assisted us with numerous questions we had regarding the activities we wanted to take in while in Mexico City. The Grande Suite was well equipped and decorated nicely. Comfortable beds and pillows.
We utilized UBER for our transportation needs...