Regina Street Beer Bars
Calle Regina on either side of 20 de Noviembre, Centro Histórico._20 De Noviembre divides Calle Regina into the newer, pedestrian-only street to the west and the vehicular road to the east, which is also taken over by café tables at nightfall. Both sides of the hip, art-filled street appeal to the thirsty: To the east, young Mexican revelers lounge on simple plastic chairs amidst competing chalkboard signs, offering cervezas for two pesos, and smoky taco stands crank out late night snacks; to the west, a hip crowd sitting in front of swanky El Hosteria La Bota (Regina 48, no phone) sipping cocktails and micheladas. Just down the street at No. 27, you will find Al Andar (Regina 27, 52/55/5709-1468) on the ground floor of a converted tenement house that wouldn't look out of place in Brooklyn. This mezcalería serves up cocktails and specialty mezcals along with unusual chasers, like orange slices dusted in ground grasshoppers.