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What You’re Doing This Weekend in Mexico City

An event for every foodie

Head to Museo Tamayo on Thursday for a variety of events, photo: Cuartoscuro/Adolfo Vladimir
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8 months ago


The French-Mexican Night of Ideas at Museo Tamayo will have a variety of events to stimulate all of your senses. The night will begin with a concert by Eric Namour, Misha Marks, Jacob Wick, Carlos Alegre, María Lipkau, Séverine Ballon and Ramón del Buey. Then there will be conversations directed by Jesús Solé, Marc Lachieze-Rey, Guillermo Bernal and Conrado Tostado about science and art. There will also be a documentary screening and a cocktail hour. Entrance is free and the event begins at 6 p.m.


If you’re single and queer, we have a party for you. DJs David Alcantar, D Ark Gable, Priest and Dan Lenfer will be creating an atmosphere sure to help you find a significant other (or at least someone to go home with) at PutiFriday at Bahía Bar. The party starts at 8 p.m. and drinks are 20 pesos before midnight.


In Huerto Roma Verde, you’ll find over 30 types of burgers in this year’s A la burger! Fest. In addition to the delicious combinations of buns, shrimp, pork, chicken and more, you can get toppings and dressings to make your own tasty creations at home. Entrance is free.

For a more North American experience in Mexico City, head over to the ping pong tournament at Hop, The Beer Experience 2 in Narvarte. To partake in the competition, you have to bring a partner to make a team. The cost is 250 pesos per team and the game starts at 11 a.m.


If hamburgers aren’t your thing but you’re a die-hard foodie, go south to Coyoacán for the Festival of the Tamal. In the Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares you’ll find countless combinations, from sweet to spicy, to satisfy all your cravings. The festival runs all week.

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