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D.F.

A new adventure, an exotic corner, a window on the world beyond: that’s Ocaña D.F., a district in which to experience the best of classic and contemporary Mexican cuisine (with dishes from all across the country, from Tijuana to Veracruz) and an amazing selection of cocktails with mezcal and tequila. All the classics — an immense Margarita and an unforgettable Red Hot Chilli Pepper — plus new creations, both delicate and dynamite.

The decor of Ocaña D.F. is a richly absorbing dialogue between two great artists: the Mexican Humberto Spindola, who works in papel picado (perforated tissue paper) and incorporates motives from Mexican popular art, and French graffiti master Gérard Zlotykamien. The yellow and pink are a tribute to the great Mexican architect Luis Barragán.

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