Kenia OS loves being in Mexico City to work, play, and enjoy all the greatness the city has to offer. The multi-talented and award-wining star shares some of her favorite spots in CDMX.Less
"The National Auditorium is an iconic venue for any artist, specially as a Mexican artist. I think it’s a dream come true getting to go up on that stage and seeing the crowd in front of you. I can’t wait to have my show there and sing my favorite songs with all of you."
"This is one of my homes away from home. This building in Polanco is an important part of my team . It's where I find creative freedom and get the help to fulfill my dreams. Teamwork is everything, everyone of them is an important piece.
"Tori Tori is a Japanese restaurant where my team and I love to go every time we’re in the city. There’s something for everyone, but I recommend the Miso Soup and the Yakimeshi; however, if the mood you’re looking for leans more towards sushi, there’s a delicious vegetarian roll."
"This is another restaurant we visit very ofyen in the city. I love having dinner after a long day at work here and relax while having a carajillo.' I totally recommend it!"
"This hotel is located in the heart of the city, my home in Mexico City. The attention with which they receive and treat me during the whole stay is something I appreciate deeply. They make me feel so welcome. The location and the views are unbeatable."
"Mandolina is a coffee spot and restaurant with the most beautiful aesthetic. It's my favorite place to have breakfast in the city. It has great spots to take pictures and post them on social media. From the breakfast menu, I recommend any omelette, and of course, a cup of coffee!"
"The Teatro Metropolitan will always have a special place in my heart. It was the first place were I made my official debut as an artist. It brings me incredible memories, and a little nostalgia when I think about that day."
"Go here to have a healthy breakfast. Every time I’m in a hurry, I order Mora Mora to go. It’s a life-saver!"
"This is Mexico City's most important monument. I get inspired every time I look at it. It’s an icon. When I pass by it and even seeing it from a distance, it's a clear reminder how far I’ve come, and what’s left to accomplish."
"I love the Museo Soumaya, especially for its architecture. It’s probably feature my favorite architecture in the city. Watching it from the outside, and actually visiting it, are two totally different experiences. You can always find something to do there."