VIP restaurants for closing deals

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You are in Mexico City. You have lots of issues to deal with and you need to impress someone. Your client. Your boss. Your colleagues. You need a comfortable place to talk that is quiet and discreet so you can discuss confidential matters. The food should be excellent. The service, impeccable. It should convey confidence. Where should you go?

Breakfast is the perfect time for a meeting. In El Cardenal, at the Hilton Hotel, the cream is legendary, as is brunch at the Four Seasons hotel. If you really want to impress, choose a signature restaurant. To see and be seen, in addition to eating well, the restaurants of choice for doing business are Estoril, Alfredo Di Roma, Palm, Astrid y Gaston, Hacienda Los Morales as well as Brasserie Lipp and Balmoral. In San Ángel, go to the San Ángel Inn or Tajín in Coyoacán. In the south, try Sud 777. Many of these restaurants are in the hotel areas of Reforma and Polanco. Moreover, some of them have branches in the center and Santa Fe.

For a slightly more relaxed business lunch, we recommend other classic restaurants such as Los Canarios, Xanat, Churchill, Novecento, Harry's or Mar del Zur in Polanco. For an unforgettable location, try the impressive Casino Español, Diana at the Saint Regis, with a terrace with spectacular views of Diana Cazadora, or Chapultepec Lake. Ask for a table next to the window.

Remember to always book in advance. The Eating section contains all the restaurants in Mexico City arranged by type of cuisine, price and location.

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