This top-rated restaurant is a short walk from Chapultepec Park, the National Museum of Anthropology and the National Auditorium. Chapulín, which means “grasshopper,” jumps into action with dazzling dishes, including, of course, fried chapulín with guacamole as an appetizer. Its other traditional Mexican dishes, such as the ant larvae tostadas, are also must-tries. If you aren’t quite ready to munch on insects for dinner, there are always killer seafood options, including red snapper in mole and sesame-coated tuna. To top things off, Chapulín serves close to a dozen tequilas as post-dinner digestifs.