Torre Latinoamericana (Eje Central 2, Centro, Mexico City) –– built in 1956, this 44-story skyscraper (which vaguely resembles New York’s Empire State Building, offers a bird’s eye views over various parts of Mexico City. That alone makes this spot a popular place to have drinks after work or on weekends (including evenings).
Views from the 44th-floor observation deck and the 41st-floor lounge bar are spectacular, smog permitting. Admission includes access to an on-site museum that chronicles Mexico City’s history. Admission is free if you’re just visiting the bar.
Admission (observation deck): MX$120 (adult) MX$80 (children/seniors). Hours: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm daily.