You might pause before considering going to a restaurant with children; it can feel complicated due to a lack of amenities and a limited menu. But this Children’s Day (April 30), don’t you and your little ones deserve to enjoy a good time with delicious food and fun activities? Check out these five places in Mexico City to celebrate with the whole family.
Hello Kitty Café Château
Hello Kitty’s house is a fantastic experience for children and adults. Located in San Ángel, every detail plays off the adorable Japanese cartoon, both in food (cookies, cupcakes, cakes, and ice cream) and drinks. The decor, including the patio, is a pink dream come true. For the energetic young ones, there is a ball pit to play in and an area where they can practice being chefs.
Av. de la Paz 14, San Ángel, Álvaro Obregón
T. 55 9216 4350
Your kids will feel like true Jedis at Tropper Gourmet, the first Star Wars-themed restaurant in Mexico. The space is packed with toys, figurines, and decorations from the iconic sci-fi movie. We recommend their delicious hamburgers. May the force be with you!
Antillas 502, Portales Norte, Benito Juárez
T. 55 7705 1668
“The place where superheroes eat.” This is the motto of Comicx, the restaurant where you and your family can enjoy wings or nachos while being immersed in the universe of DC Comics and Marvel, with characters like Batman, Superman, the Joker, and the Hulk. The children’s menu includes pizzas, pasta, and cheese sticks.
Eje 1 Norte 259, Buenavista, Cuauhtémoc
T. 55 5541 8174
El Ocho Café
El Ocho, located in Condesa, is one of the best places to spend a delightful afternoon of recreation this Children’s Day. Pac Man, Uno, Scrabble, Memory, ping pong, Guess Who, and Jenga are just some of the games that you can find in this fun café, while you enjoy delicious enchiladas, pastas, or milkshakes.
Av. México 111, Hipódromo Condesa, Cuauhtémoc
T. 55 5584 0032
The fun starts immediately in this themed restaurant, since everything arrives at your table by train. The concept offers casual gourmet food like their Dragon Balls (salmon stuffed rice balls), the Rainbow Slider burger, and children’s “cocktails” made from fruit juices. For this April 30, Train Bistro will offer special children’s activities and face painting.
Desierto de Los Leones 52, San Ángel, Álvaro Obregón
T. 55 90 39 52 44