This former Bank of Mexico turned jazz club is the place to go to enjoy a night of music with wonderfully talented local and international musicians. The audience is as eclectic as the music: bohemians, hipsters, "fresas" (the privileged young of Mexico City), intellectuals, jazz newbies. The red and black décor gives a more contemporary feeling to the space. The bar and kitchen offer a variety of dishes for dinner or for snacking. Order a tamarind mezcalini (one of their best) or a whiskey and then settle in for night of jazz that will make you feel like you're in a Greenwich Village club.