Craft beers have taken off in Mexico. One native brewery, Monstruo de Agua
, has opened a brilliant, plant-filled new taproom
in Colonia Condesa. Order a small tasting glass (from 45 pesos) of stout flavored with fig and sugar cane, or possibly a white I.P.A. produced with agave syrup. Accompany your beer with esquite criollo (100 pesos), a complicated tackle a basic corn road snack. In close by Roma, Meroma’s
intimate eating room provides native elements accented with surprising touches, like quail marinated with harissa (dinner for 2 with out wine, about 2,000 pesos). And for a style of town’s new wine scene, attempt Vigneron
, a Roma bar and restaurant that spotlights small producers in France, Spain, Mexico and Italy (glasses from 185 pesos).