La Santa Taqueria
Omar Montero keeps things very traditional when it comes to food, drawing all kinds of inspiration from his native Mexico City for La Santa Taqueria. He gleaned from the city’s myriad carts and its diverse neighborhoods to put his spin on the holy taco trinity: double tortillas topped with a single, well-executed protein and a dollop of the freshest house-made salsa. The menu of campechano, al pastor and grilled octopus, among other dishes, reads like a culinary tour through CDMX. The most thrilling find? Plaza de Toros’ villamelón-style. Filled with flavorful cecina, a dry-aged beef mixed with chorizo, and finished off with crispy chicharrón and chile guajillo salsa, it’s a bullfighting classic you mustn’t miss.