Museo del Chocolate
A museum of chocolate! If you want to learn more about varieties and how it's made is really cool.
A small museum set in a restored mansion of San Rafaél neighborhood. With the history of chocolate and small site of workshops, classes and coffee shop for a chocolate tasting.
Inside a beautiful 20th century house is Mexico City’s first ever chocolate museum, Mucho Mundo Chocolate, which outlines the historical and gastronomical importance of cacao through interactive exhibits. Displays include chocolate masterpieces and coffee pots, as well as the opportunity to glance…
Great Museum that explains the history of Cacao or Chocolate in México. You can also buy very special chocloate bars made in México.
“A precursor of bars without consumption quotas in the 90s is a tiny but classic place.”
“Chill place to have a nice lunch or supper! It has music, many choices of food (seafood, hotdogs, salads). It is definitely a place you have to go!”
“If you like theatre this is your option. On Mondays they have big discount and the entrance could lower up to $100 pesos!”
“Considered the best bread you'll find in Mexico City and a lovely eclectic space to dine in. I go there often for treats like cinnamon rolls or baguettes. The baguette with ham and butter is amazing. It can be quite the scene on weekends. ”