Explore Mexico City’s Female-Run Hotspots with This New Outfitter
This new series of ladies-only jaunts to Mexico City by outfitter Wild Terrains has us pretty psyched
It’s no secret that Mexico City is a lightning rod for cutting-edge design and thrilling culinary innovation. So that’s where Lauren Bates, former chief marketing officer of UrbanStems, decamped a few years ago to decompress from her demanding start-up gig. Her big takeaway: Creative, talented women across the city were launching some pretty cool businesses. Her new venture, Wild Terrains, shines a light on those female entrepreneurs, introducing intimate eight-person groups of women to buzzing female-run restaurants, shops, and experiences. On their calendar in 2019: an International Women’s Day trip in March, a mother-and-daughter adventure in May, and a tempting Día de Los Muertos immersion at the end of October. From $1,850 for 5 days/4 nights; wildterrains.com.
Scenes from the Ciudad
Settle in, hit the street, then chill out.
At Gina Lozada’s Ignacia Guest House (www.ignacia.mx) in Colonia Roma, the skillfully restored 1913 colonial home includes a lush patio awash with cactuses, leafy tropical plants, and lemon trees.
Rocio Vázquez Landeta’s Eat Like a Local food crawl (eatlikealocal.com.mx) usually includes a stop at one of her favorite spots for Oaxacan-style hot chocolate.
Cocktail hour at Ignacia Guest House features the spirits of Yola Mezcal (yolamezcal.com). Here, their mezcal mingles with chile, pineapple juice, and a sprig of fragrant rosemary.