The Top 10 is compiled from the votes of more than 600 experts. Mexico has a total of 4 establishments among the top 50 in the ranking.
The Top 10 of The World’s 50 Best Bars 2023 also has a Colombian establishment.
Mexico City has a couple of bars among the best in the world on The World’s 50 Best Bars 2023 list. The list is annual and is compiled based on the votes of more than 600 industry experts from around the world, from bartenders and cocktail connoisseurs to consultants, critics and specialized writers.
Barcelona was once again the world capital of cocktails for the second consecutive year, this time with the Sips bar having been chosen as the best in the world.
For the second time since the list was created in 2009, a bar from outside New York or London has taken the top spot. In 2022, a bar from Barcelona, Paradiso, also occupied the first step, dropping to fourth place.
Sips, located in the heart of the L’Antiga Esquerra de l’Eixample neighborhood, in Barcelona, “combines an elegant design with an avant-garde technique to create a casual and playful drinkery house from the hand of two titans of the sector, Simone Caporale and Marc Álvarez”, report from the organization. In 2022 it ranked third in this prestigious classification.
The podium is completed by New York’s Double Chicken Please, which has risen to number 2 from number 6 last year.
In addition to the 2 Spanish and 2 Mexican representatives, the Top 10 also has a Colombian local. This is Alquímico, in Cartagena, which in 2022 was tenth and now occupies ninth place.
Montblanc opens its first Ink Bar in Polanco
Other Latin American countries that have established themselves as great cocktail powers by being present in the top 50 places on the list are Argentina, with 3 bars in Buenos Aires, and Peru, with one in Lima.
For its part, Mexico has a total of 4 establishments among the top 50 in the ranking, including the 2 mentioned in the Top 10, and Colombia, 1, also in the Top 10. Among the top 50 positions in the list there are also of the aforementioned Sips and Paradiso, another Spanish bar. This is Salmon Guru from Madrid.
Source: Real Estate Market