San Cristóbal’s colonial stucco facades and Spanish tile roofs vary with the neighboring communities, which are still home to a variety of Mayan-descendant Indians. This city itself is a joy. Nothing compares to it in Mexico, especially when combined with the cultural richness that surrounds it.
La Viña de Bacco in San Cristobal de Las Casas Mexico
La Viña de Bacco is famous in San Cristobal as one of the must visit bars in one of the city’s principal tourist districts. They have an extensive wine range. In addition they offer complimentary snacks with each drink. It features a friendly, comfortable ambiance, as well as a great patio out front.
La Selva Café
One of San Cristóbal’s original coffee shops, and still one of the best. La Selva is set in a charming ancient structure with eye-catching paintings on the walls. There are around ten different varieties of coffee available. Indeed they roast the beans on the spot, giving the cafe a delightful coffee aroma.
Raz Kong is the place to go for fantastic drinks and great music in a relaxed setting. Specializing in infusions, agaves, and creative cocktails, with daily beer and drink deals. They also offer fantastic BBQ! They distinguish themselves in San Cristobal because they provide more alternative music, a large number of DJs, Live Hip-Hop, Heavy Metal, and Hip-Hop. What’s more they have Turntable contests.
If you’re unfamiliar, pox is a native liquor created from corn from the Mexican state of Chiapas. Besides its ceremonial usage, it is also a regular night time drink. Posheria is a San Cristobal pub with a unique and entertaining design on one of the principal pedestrian routes.
Latino’s is a vibrant restaurant and dance club where the city’s salseros (salsa musicians or dancers) congregate to groove. Every night at 8 p.m., Latin DJs spin, and a salsa/cumbia/merengue/bachata band performs at 11 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday.
500 Noches Cafe Bar
500 Noches (500 Nights) is a café and tapas bar located in the center of downtown, situated on the walkability Andador Eclesiástico and hidden inside the Plaza San Agustin corner. It is adorned in an old-fashioned style, giving it a genuine and romantic air. You can eat a variety of cuisines here, mostly tapas, but the cheese melting dishes delivered with toasted bread and meat (optional) on the side are unquestionably the highlight.
A small bar with a more local customer base than many city-center establishments. Panóptico has a good selection of artisan beers and the bartender knows how to combine a mean mojito and other creative cocktails!
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