Morning food and night food are WAY different. Visit our favorite street stalls, taste the best mole in town, learn about mezcal and traditional drinks like Tejate and Tepache, ride an uber around the city visiting 4 different neighborhoods, meet the funniest street taqueros and learn about our favorite torta stall that opens 24/7 this tour is all you need to understand Mexico City´s street night scene.
Have a light lunch before, and come ready to eat.
I´ll provide umbrellas if it’s raining, and if mother nature decides to demonstrate how much she hates us with a thunderstorm, we will use Uber, nothing will stop us.
Dress comfortably and conservatively avoiding bringing with you valuables such as jewelry and big cameras. You can also wear dancing clothes on Sunday and Tuesday
Bring a jacket, unless you are from Canada, if that’s the case, you´ll be fine with shorts and T-shirt (just kidding, the jacket is always a good idea)