Plan Your Dream Trip to Mexico City

Before the global COVID crisis, Mexico City had become one of the hottest, must-visit cities in the world. In the interactive video experience above, you can plan your fantasy trip through CDMX to see it your way.

How to help

Many of the amazing businesses featured in this experience are now operating online, or raising money to support affected staff. We hope to see them IRL again someday, but in the meantime we’ve compiled some of their links below if you are interested in supporting their efforts.

(Please note eko has no relationship with the business and organizations in the lists presented below, and the charity list provided is simply representative of some of the work charities are doing during this time and how each of us can play a small part. Please always use caution and your own judgement when placing orders on external websites or donating to a charity.)

Support businesses featured in this video

Expand each section to see the places we visited in Mexico City, and discover ways to support.

  • SALÓN RÍOS | Solid cantina for strong drinks and good food | $
  • TAQUERIA ORINOCO | Always busy no-fuss tacos bursting with flavor | $
  • EL TURIX | Locals love this laid-back spot for tacos and drinks | $
  • SALÓN TENAMPA | Bountiful portions with live music and good atmosphere | $$$
  • PÁRAMO | Date night or girls night taco and marg mainstay | $$$
  • MASALA Y MAÍZ | Progressive food spot where Mexico meets India | $
  • FONDA 99.99 | Bustling neighborhood spot churning out best-of local flavors | $
  • FONDA DON CHON | Prehistoric cuisine means a menu of enchiladas or ants | $
  • CAMPOBAJA | A can’t-go-wrong menu with seafood-forward dishes | $$$
  • HUSET | Beautiful terrace setting with dishes to match | $$$
  • ROSETTA | At this popular spot, CDMX meets Italy in a rustic-chic setting | $$$
  • EMILIA | Unforgettable culinary experience with a Japanese influence | $$$
  • EL MORO | Wait in line for the churros of your dreams | none for me, thanks
    • LA CLANDESTINA | A mezcal-heavy hideaway you can get lost in | $
    • LA BOTICA | This popular mezcalaria means never going thirsty | $
    • LOS DANZANTES | Solid modern mezcal sips in an old world setting | $$$
    • TICUCHI | Incredibly chic mezcal spot with freshly made bites | $$$
    • CANTINA SALÓN ESPAÑA | Bare-bones watering hole for casual nights | $
    • SALÓN COVADONGA | Kick back with locals at this traditional drinking spot | $
    • CANTINA LA RIBERA | Order anything and it’s a solid choice at this cantina | $$$
    • FIFTY MILS | Super luxe cocktail spot in an upscale hotel setting | $$$
    • SALÓN LOS ANGELES | See if you can keep up at this ultimate authentic dance hall | $
    • NOCHENEGRA | This lively outdoor party spot welcomes all dancers | $
    • BAR ORIENTE | An all-night karaoke party to belt out your favorite tunes | $
    • MAMA RUMBA | Dance your heart out and feet off at this local hotspot | $$$
    • BONBON | A tucked away late-night dance spot, disco ball included | $$$
    • PARKER & LENOX | Discover live acts at this vibey, well-hidden venue | $
    • CLUB PETANCA ROMA | Play petanca with locals at this backyard barbecue | $
    • XAMAN BAR | A mystical speakeasy that will invigorate all five senses | $$$
    • MAISON ARTIMISIA | Luxe and romantic speakeasy with an absinthe drip | $$$

    Support fundraising efforts in Mexico and beyond

    A donation of any size can go a long way to helping those on the frontlines and the people hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19. Here are a few ways to help:

    • UNITED WAY | United Way Mexico will work with partners in Mexico to provide immediate relief to those impacted by COVID-19 and are forced to stay at home.





    About travel and COVID-19

    The COVID-19 crisis has affected all of us, and the travel and hospitality industries that make experiences like the ones seen in this show possible have been devastated.

    While we may have to wait to visit Mexico City, we hope this project helps you plan for a future when the city is back on its feet.

    For up to date travel advisories for residents of the US, visit the US State Department website. Those in other countries should consult with their local travel authority before traveling.