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When in Roma: A daytime tour of Mexico City’s coolest ’hood

04/03/2015

In the year since the Eataly-inspired Mercado Roma opened on a desolate block in Mexico City’s Roma Norte neighborhood, the bustling food hall — with 60-odd vendors serving everything from squid tortas to tangy ceviches to tamarind-flavored truffles — has become the place to sample the city’s diverse culinary scene, and a must on every tourist’s checklist.

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Mercado Roma / Rojkind Arquitectos + Cadena y Asociados

09/03/2015

From the architect. Conceived as a space to house expressions of the rich contemporary and Mexican gastronomic culture, Mercado Roma gives special emphasis to the sense of community and collaboration. Designed by Rojkind Arquitectos and conceptualized by Cadena + Asoc. Concept Design, the space is created to gather selected partners and vendors so they can offer their best products.

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MERCADO ROMA

06/07/2017

Mexico City’s new Mercado Roma, a three-level space on a previously forlorn block in the rapidly gentrifying Roma neighborhood, has become the city’s latest culinary hub. Akin to Eataly in New York, the market is a labyrinth of stalls where you can graze on pork belly canapés and duck sashimi alongside stylish locals. Stop by Tlaxcalli Amantolli for classic antojitos, Oli to try Basque-Mexican tapas, and Lactography for a range of Mexican cheeses.

 
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A Fashion Girl's Guide to Shopping in Mexico City

22/11/2016

Between the vibrant architecture and street art, locally-infused shopping, and an off-the-charts dining scene, Mexico City is having a major moment. And there’s no better time than now to take a memorable trip to the city of palaces. Here’s our fashion-focused guide on where to stay, shop, and eat in the cosmopolitan capital.

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Eater's Guide to Hipster Mexico City

21/03/2016

Flip through any new coffee table book about design, and inevitably you'll find that a good portion of the examples of cool will be located in Mexico City. Smart, achingly hip businesses abound in the country’s capital, and every member of the creative class is a designer, an architect, or an artist. The buzziest places of bourgeois hipness are, unsurprisingly, concentrated in the fashionable neighborhoods.

 
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36 Hours in Mexico City

19/07/2016

For a capital with such a long and layered history, there is much that’s new in Mexico City. Skyscrapers grow like bamboo. A trendy restaurant, boutique hotel or high-end food store seems to open every week. Despite the often dark national mood — corruption in Mexico seems ever more brazen, and violence, much of it drug-related, persists in many areas — the city has kept its mojo.

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Inside Mercado Roma, Mexico City’s Newest Foodie Destination

03/02/2015

Tomorrow, more than 120 galleries from 22 countries will descend upon Mexico City for the 12th edition of the Zona Maco International Contemporary Art Fair. And this year, the art set has a new culinary destination to hit up between booth visits: Mercado Roma. Situated in the hipster neighborhood of La Roma, the bustling food market, which opened last summer, takes its cues from sleek stateside food halls like Manhattan’s Chelsea Market. There are communal tables set against a vertical garden out back, where guests can enjoy prepared foods and artisanal treats from approximately 60 vendors, most of whom produce local, farm-to-table dishes and desserts.

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CHILES EN NOGADA

06/07/2017

Se acabó el segundo día de Millesime 2016 #MillesmeTropical y las sorpresas no pararon de existir. Del lado de Mercadoroma estuvieron los siguientes locales: Spice Market, donde Shoshy, creadora de este concepto explicaba como …

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