We just landed back from from Mexico and we thought we would share our tips and favourite places of this glorious city!
BEX ROX CITY GUIDE: MEXICO
This week we’re feeling wanderlust and jet setting to the breathtaking and ever evolving Mexico for one of Bex Rox’s illustrious trunk shows. Therefore we give you our tips and tricks of Mexico City from galleries to cocktails.
Museo Jumex is a hub for showcasing Mexico’s contemporary artists. It’s current exhibition, The Barefoot Designer: A Workshop to Unlearn, is a fascinating insight into the differences between indigenous and tailored garments. You have until May 15th to catch this wonderful viewing.
The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is an Argentine art museum in Buenos Aires, located in the Recoleta section of the city. It is host to some of Mexico City’s most divine artistry, currently showcasing the works of: Jose Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros just to name a few.
Sipping artisanal mezcal’s over a long lunch at Constramar are what afternoons were made for.
One of the hottest and most exclusive clubs in Mexico City has to be M.N Roy. It’s outstanding interior can be easily missed when passing by, 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.
Outdoors or indoors eating amongst plants and stunning hand painted wall murals, try the oysters with Samphire and jasmine flowers.
For open kitchen and king crab, La Docena is an exquisite oyster bar and grill specialising in sea food.
Maximos Bistrot focuses on creating dishes using only seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. The menu changes daily, ensuring that each visit will be as unique as the last.
Luis Barragan House
Luis Barragan is the mastermind behind many of Mexcio’s architectural wonders.
Museo Nacional de Antropología
For all things Mayan and Aztec, Museo Nacional de Antropología is the place to visit, it’s bound to get your creative juices flowing with its outstanding collections.
Vintage Furniture at Trouve
The go to for 50’s, 60’s and 70’s furniture and objects.
Find it at:
Alvaro Obregon, 186 bis, Roma 06700
For more things Mexico, head to over our interview with Deborah Vetiz of Mezcal Amores by clicking here.