Plaza de Toros
Bullfighting planted its roots in Mexico shortly after the Spanish conquest in the 1500s, and today nowhere outside Spain is bullfighting more popular than in Mexico.
Huamantla, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Lucha Libre Wrestling School
Tony and Martin learn about the fine art of Mexican wrestling -- the hard way.
Among the most innovative restaurants in Mexico City, Pujol is the creation of Enrique Olvera, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York.
Francisco Petrarca No. 254, Mexico City, Mexico
Tony, Carlos and Martin get up before dawn to go to Martin's favorite breakfast spot, where the cazuelas (clay cookware) have been simmering all night.
Adolfo Prieto No. 1364 B, Mexico City, Mexico
El Huequito (tacos al pastor)
Tony and David Lida, author of First Stop in the New World, enjoy Mexico City's municipal dish.
Bolivar No. 58, Mexico
Doña Anastasia (Quesadilla lady)
Delicious street food made with high-end ingredients. Tony and Carlos stopped by for some blue quesadillas made by Anastasia.
Corner of Chilpancingo & Huatusco, Colonia Roma Sur, Mexico
Taqueria Los Cocuyos
Tony and David enjoy tacos made of some of Tony's favorite parts of the animal: the nasty bits.
Calle Simon Bolivar No. 56, Mexico City, Mexico
A simple cantina where Tony, Martin and Carlos enjoy being serenaded.
Calle Mesones 20, Mexico City, Mexico
Island of the Dolls (Isla de Las Munecas)
Located in beautiful Xochimilco, on the outskirts of Mexico City, Tony, Martin and Carlos travel to Island of the Dolls.