Brassi - Mexicocity
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Within its cozy style, Brassi seems to get away from the very lively streets of Polanco. It managed to create its own environment with its bricks walls, its illumination and its very nice terrace. It offers a very varied and tasteful assortment of international dishes, such as Spanish tapas for entrée, French onion soup, Italian pastas, delicious hamburgers and amazing local meats and fish. On Thursdays and Sundays it has live jazz shows. Its wine menu is also very well selected and it's the perfect accompaniment of jazz nights. It is usually very busy, especially during dinning hours, for which it is recommended to make reservation.
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