The Ultimate Guide to the 40+ Best Wifi Cafes in Mexico City


The Digital Nomad’s Guide to Wifi Coffee Shops in Mexico City

As a digital nomad in Mexico City, I don’t need or want an office. I just need a good cafe with wifi to work.

But finding one in a new city is not easy. And Mexico City has so many cafes, bars and restaurants that you can’t try them all.

That’s why I made this list of the best coffee shops to work in different parts of this amazing capital!

Historic Downtown

1. Café 123

Experience the charm of El 123, an old building turned into a café, restaurant, art gallery and boutique.

On the first floor, you will find a café-restaurant with a cozy atmosphere, with an Asian menu (mostly Vietnamese and Thai) that has Mexican and French touches.

You can also enjoy several vegetarian options: pad thai that is very flavorful, and Bo Bun. The Chai with almond milk -a spicy kick- is scrumptious.

Make sure to visit the second floor, where there is an exhibition room that changes every month and a Mexican art and design store.

The music selection is great, from soul to funk to traditional vintage tunes.

  • Address: Articulo 123, 123, historic center, Mexico City (between Bucareli and Iturbide).
  • Monday to Thursday 12h-7pm, Friday to Sunday 12h to 8pm
  • Facebook page: El 123
  • Power outlets: there are some all over the first floor, and there are 2 spaces upstairs with tables and power outlets too.
cafe 123 mexico
cafe 123 mexico

2. Farmacia Internacional

Relax in the cozy and rustic coffee shop: Farmacia Internacional.

It reminds me of a country cottage, with wooden furniture, white bricks, vintage tiles, high ceilings and big door frames.

The atmosphere is intimate, the breakfasts are tasty: the bisquet napoleon with a scone-like bread, tomato and egg, topped with crunchy bacon was my favorite. The avocado toast with egg is also yummy.

  • Address: Bucareli 128, downtown, Mexico City (near Colonia Juarez)
  • Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 8pm, Saturdays from 9am to 5pm, Sundays from 10am to 4pm
  • Facebook page: Farmacia Internacional
  • Power outlets: under the counter at the entrance, on the floor of the 2nd room and some at the back
cafe farmacia internacional méxico
cafe farmacia internacional mexico


3. Cafe Negro

Coyoacan is a charming neighborhood in Mexico City, but most of the cafes are  not spacious enough to work with ease.

Fortunately, there is Cafe Negro! It has large windows, ceramic tile floors, white bricks and wooden furniture, making it a nice place to have a good time.

It has several power outlets, homemade bread and desserts, and excellent coffee. It is one of my favorite places to work in Coyoacán.

In fact, that’s where I first tried the macadamia milk, it’s delicious!

  • Address: Centenario 16, Coyoacán, México
  • Monday to Sunday: 8:00 am to 11:00 pm
  • Facebook page: Café Negro
  • Power outlets: several all over the walls
My advice
cafe negro coyoacán
cafe negro coyoacán

Colonia Del Valle

4. Oveja Negra Café

I stumbled upon this place and it was a great find: a cozy coffee shop to work with wifi in Mexico City. The coffee is good quality, which is rare in this area!

It’s a calm and bright cafe in the neighborhood, with some plants and a sleek black coffee machine.

They serve coffee from Chiapas and the guy who works there is always eager to share his passion. He told me most of the customers come back, which means it’s a nice place 😉 .

They also have teas, infusions and cakes (nut, carrot, apple, brownie).

  • Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm, and Saturday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm
  • Address: Obrero Mundial 119, Col del Valle Nte, Mexico City
  • Facebook / Instagram Page
  • Power outlets under the bench
oveja negra cafe del valle norte mexico
oveja negra cafe del valle norte mexico

5. Mimo Café Bueno

Mimo is a neighborhood cafe in Colonia del Valle, a mainly residential and commercial area away from the tourists.

I don’t usually walk around the area much, but I’m discovering that I should spend more time there because it has some little treasures.

Mimo is a cozy place with an industrial feel, some outdoor tables surrounded by plants, and a very friendly staff.

The clientele is made up of many regulars who come during their break, which creates a warm atmosphere – everyone knows each other!

I really like their espresso and flatwhite, and their delicious avocado and egg toast.

The wifi works great, there are several power outlets and a comfortable cushioned bench. It’s a great place to work with a laptop in Mexico City.

  • Address: Amores 1403, Col del Valle Centro, Mexico City
  • Monday to Friday: 8am to 9pm, Saturday to Sunday 9am to 5pm
  • Facebook page: Mimo Café Bueno
  • Power outlets: several under the bench
mimo cafe wifi colonia del valle mexico
mimo cafe wifi colonia del valle mexico

6. Chez Vous

“Chez vous” is a chain of coworking cafes that offers packages by the hour, half-day, day, etc. You can choose between unlimited coffee or unlimited coffee and snacks.

I had already tried the branch in the colonia Juarez, the closest to my home, but I was a bit disappointed. It was too small and I was looking for a more dynamic and motivating atmosphere to work.

So I decided to try again in the one in the colonia del Valle (a neighborhood so big that there are two of them!), and I loved it: it’s a spacious and bright place, with large windows, high ceilings, bright colors, a nice decor and good music.

There is a second floor that houses a small conference room and individual cubicles.

I enjoyed the diversity of customers, people who work with their dog, friends who chat, small work meetings. It’s a pleasant atmosphere to work, comfortable, with good wifi. If it was closer to my home, I would go there every week!

  • Av. de los Insurgentes Sur 1188, Tlacoquemecatl del Valle, Benito Juárez, 03200 Ciudad de México, CDMX
  • Open from 7.30 am to 10.30 pm
chez vous cafe coworking mexico city
Chez Vous coworking Mexico City


7. Yume

It’s a shabby chic style cafe and shop with a large wooden counter and several shelves that remind me of General Stores in small towns in Canada (home sweet home 😊).

You can spend a lot of time browsing through all the little items (ornaments, jewelry, souvenirs from Mexico, books, etc.). The breakfasts are good, I especially like Los Tatemados (eggs, veggie chorizo, cream, onion, cheese).

It’s a nice place to start the day, but sitting for hours on wooden chairs is a bit hard. Or maybe I’m just getting old.

  • Address: corner of Sindicalismo and Progreso, Escandón, Mexico
  • Monday to Saturday: 8:00 am to 10:00 pm, Sundays from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Facebook page: Yume
  • Power outlets: near the long wooden bench at the entrance, also on the floor of the store section. Beware, Yume fills up fast.
yume cafe escandón méxico
yume cafe escandón méxico


8. Blend Station

Blend Station is probably one of the most famous cafes with wifi in La Condesa because it’s always packed.

From early in the morning, there are several people in the back room with their laptops and it’s true that it’s a perfect place to work: lots of light, several plugs, and no pressure to order since you pay at the counter at the entrance.

But personally, I prefer to sit at its wooden bar, close to the smell of coffee.

It’s not a cozy cafe, but it has personality and is nicely decorated. The menu is varied, with different breakfasts, toasts, sandwiches, salads, and the coffee is very good.

  • Address: Av. Tamaulipas 60, Hipódromo, Mexico City
  • Monday to Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m
  • Web page
  • Power outlets: under the wooden bar at the entrance, and several in the room
cafe con wifi colonia condesa
cafe with wifi colonia condesa

9. Boicot Cafe

Boicot was my favorite place to work in CDMX for a long time, first in Roma, and then in Condesa when I moved (they have many branches).

Why? There are several power outlets, the service is very nice, the atmosphere is quite lively but quiet enough to focus.

When you spend several hours in front of a screen, you know how important (and hard) it is to find this balance. 😅

By the way, I prefer the Condesa branch because it’s smaller and quieter.

They have a fairly varied menu, in my opinion their strong point is their list of original “dessert” type coffees (e.g. mix with oreo, peanut butter, etc), and some Mexican craft beers.

  • Address: Av. Tamaulipas 141, Hipódromo, Mexico City
  • Monday to Friday: 7 am to 10pm, Saturday to Sunday 8 am to 10 pm
  • Facebook page: Boicot Cafe
  • Power outlets: everywhere
cafe boicot mexico
cafe boycott mexico

10. Cardinal

Cardinal is widely regarded as one of the best coffee shops in Mexico City for its selection of Mexican beans and different brewing methods.

The one in Colonia Roma is nice, but I find the one in Colonia Condesa more suitable for work, as there are more tables with power outlets.

It’s a space with lovely turquoise tiles, a large map of the world and a small half-hidden room in the back with plants.

I really like their cappuccino and flat white, and when I want to treat myself, I order the affogato or the peanut butter and banana toast.

  • Address: Campeche 346, Hipódromo, Mexico City
  • Monday to Saturday from 8am to 9pm, Sundays from 9am to 9pm
  • Facebook page: Cardinal Casa de Café
  • Power outlets: everywhere on both walls and in the back
cafe cardinal mexico
cafe cardinal mexico

11. Efimero Café

The first time I went because it was located a stone’s throw away from the apartment I was renting on Airbnb and it became one of my favorite places to work on my laptop in Mexico City.

It’s a small neighborhood cafe, with a quiet atmosphere and comfortable benches (if you spend long hours in cafes you know the importance of being well seated).

I especially like their flat white and the avocado toast, with avocado and goat cheese. And you should know that next door there is an Italian restaurant from the same owner, Da Toto: the pizzas are very tasty!

  • Address: 429 Campeche St., Condesa, Mexico
  • Monday to Friday, from 7am to 10pm, and Saturday to Sunday, from 9am to 9pm
  • Facebook page: Efímero Café
  • Power outlets: underneath the benches
efimero cafe mexico
Efimero Cafe, Roma Norte, Mexico City

12. Centro Café

If you are looking for a tranquil place to work with wifi in Mexico City, you might want to check out Centro Café.

It has a terrace with plants where you can enjoy the greenery, and a more comfortable area that is closed, with plugs inside and jazz music playing softly.

I felt relaxed and focused as I was not directly on the street and the noise was minimal. And that’s a precious gift in Mexico City, where everything is always loco!

The only downside is that the americano coffee is not very impressive (in my humble opinion), but you can always try other drinks or snacks from their menu. And honestly, the comfort and good service more than made up for the coffee, so I will surely come back.

  • Av Nuevo León 42, Hipódromo, Cuauhtémoc, 06100 Ciudad de México, CDMX
centro café mexico city
centro café mexico city


13. Alegre Café

I had an appointment with @peltre77  to pick up 2 of his works at the Álvaro Obregón Metrobus station, so I waited at Alegre Café, a nice little cafe, quite unexpected in front of the chaos of Insurgentes street.

The service is friendly, the decor is modern, with a colorful ceiling that gives it a cheerful touch, quite peaceful, with good music.

I liked that besides two tables and a sofa, there is a long table of 6-7 seats in the back room, perfect for a meeting.

  • Some sockets on the floor, good wifi
  • Monday to Friday, 8am to 6:30pm, Saturday to Sunday, 9am to 5:30pm
  • Instagram /Facebook
ciudad de méxico cafe alegre
mexico city cafe alegre

14. Baveno (temporarily closed)

Baveno is my favorite cafe with wifi in Colonia Roma, since I’ve been living around the corner for a few months now.

Not only because it’s close to my house (there are many other cafes in Roma Norte!), but really because it’s very convenient: the wifi works well, there is no pressure to order constantly as there is always space, there are several sockets on the floor and on the wall.

And their chocolatine (chocolate bread) is really delicious! 🐷

The only thing that can be a bit annoying is the noise, as part of the cafe is open and you’re at a busy intersection: bring headphones if you need to focus.

  • Address: Monterrey 194, Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • Tuesday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, Saturday from 9am to 5pm, Sunday from 9am to 3pm
  • Facebook / Instagram 
  • It’s pet friendly 🐶
cafe con wifi roma norte mexico
cafe with wifi roma norte mexico

15. Palo de Rosa

As if it wasn’t hard enough to live around the corner from the Baveno cafe and its delicious chocolatín (or chocolate bread, whatever you want to call it), Palo de Rosa opened its doors exactly the same distance from my apartment.

At first I resisted and just went for the coffee – you know, you have to take care of yourself when you work sitting down all day.

But one day I couldn’t take it anymore. The aroma of butter and sugar enveloped me like a cloud as they pulled a tray out of the oven just 10 feet away from me. Without a second thought, I rushed to the counter and ordered the little soursop and coconut crown.

What a delight! A crunchy dough like few others, a soft and delicate cream. 🤤I still get mouth watering remembering it… but they never made it again.

I don’t hold a grudge because they are a very nice team, and they make other equally delicious wonders, such as fig or rice pudding and caramel.

Although for me Palo de Rosa has some of the best viennoiseries in Mexico City (and even beats Rosetta which is full of tourists!), every time I go to work with my laptop I dream very specifically of my first love of coconut.

Don’t miss out and order a pastry to go with your coffee, it’s worth it!

  • Address: Monterrey 177 Colonia Roma Norte
  • Every day from 9h-18h, closed Tuesdays
  • Instagram
palo de rosa cafe mexico
Palo de Rosa cafe, Roma Norte

16. Bou

Bou café is packed on the weekends (and with people waiting!), so I went on a Tuesday morning to work with a cafecito in peace and quiet.

They have pastries, breakfasts (French toast, etc.) and other options throughout the day.

I liked the omelette and coffee, and I might go back because it’s convenient. It opens early (at 8am) and it’s close to where I live. But the service is far from the best in Mexico Cit.

  • Address: Tonalá 110 (corner of Guanajuato) Roma Norte
  • Tuesday to Sunday, 8am to 7pm
  • Instagram / Facebook
bou cafe roma mexico
bou cafe roma mexico

17. Cafe Curado

I don’t know how I ended up at this cafe, which is on a fairly quiet street (I was probably lost, as usual), but I remember the feeling of relief when I sat down after walking for hours under the sun.

It’s a rather cozy cafe, with a nice modern black-gray color scheme. The menu is quite varied, with breakfasts, sandwiches, coffees, desserts, and craft beers.

The chilaquiles my neighbor was eating looked good, but after a very tasty espresso, I opted for a carajillo, that famous coffee cocktail: it’s delicious here!

I found out that on Fridays they have 3×2 on carajillos, so I’ll be back.

  • Address: Sinaloa 10, Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday, from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Facebook page: Café Curado
  • Power outlets: under the bar and on the wall
cafe curado mexico
cafe curado mexico

18. Café Trucha

A rustic cafe full of wood, with a style that is rare in Mexico City, and that reminded me more of Montreal, my hometown.

Located near the elegant Plaza Rio de Janeiro, it is a relaxed place where you can have a coffee and a croissant or a bottle of wine to share with friends.

  • Address: Plaza Río de Janeiro 53-Local 2, Roma Nte, Mexico City
  • Tuesday to Friday from 8am to 11pm, Saturday from 9am to 11pm, Sunday from 9am to 6pm
  • Instagram: Café Trucha
cafe trucha mexico
cafe trucha mexico

19. Constela Café

This is a new cafe that has become one of my favorite cafes in Roma Norte. And apparently I’m not the only one, because it gets busy quickly!

It has a terrace with several tables to enjoy the sun, and if you want to work quietly inside, there are plugs under the bench that runs along the cafe.

Nice modern design, good service, I really liked the flat white.

  • Address: Calle Colima 209 (on the corner of Jalapa street), Roma Norte
  • Monday to Thursday from 8am to 8pm and Friday to Sunday from 8am to 9pm
  • Instagram / Facebook
constela cafe mexico roma norte
constela cafe mexico roma norte

20. WO Barra de Café

I was planning to go to Basico, but when I got there, it was shut down with a huge sign that said “suspension of activity due to sanitary risk” (yikes!). So I looked for a nearby alternative on Google Maps and stumbled upon WO Barra de Café.

What a pleasant surprise! It’s located in Roma Norte, very close to Condesa, on a peaceful street.

The café has a small counter inside, but it also has a lovely terrace where you can breathe some fresh air and use a good wifi (although I’m not sure if they have outlets for the laptop).

As someone who spends many hours working in coffee shops, I really appreciated that they had a salad option instead of just bread and pastries. I was so famished that I ate two. 😆

The americano was good, and they say the cold brew with horchata is amazing, but I haven’t tried it yet. Maybe next time!

wo cafe mexico
wo cafe mexico city

21. Ébano Café 

This is a casual coffee shop with no snobbery and a relaxed atmosphere. You can work comfortably with internet access in Colonia Roma (yes, I care about having a cushioned or metal chair for my back 😅).

The wifi is great, there are wall sockets, and they offer breakfast and sandwiches. The aroma of freshly baked bread fills the air! The service is very friendly too.

  • Address: Calle Manzanillo No. 30, Roma Nte, Mexico City
  • Monday to Saturday from 8am to 8pm, Sundays from 9am to 4pm
  • Instagram / Facebook
cafe con wifi mexico ebano
cafe with wifi mexico ebano

22. Forte

This is one of the most charming cafes in Mexico City. It is a cozy bakery and coffee shop, with a rustic and modern style. The materials have a rough and worn finish, creating a unique atmosphere.

The breads and desserts are very tasty: croissants, almond chocolatines, kouign-amann, brioche. If you want something savory, try the ham, cheese and bechamel croissant. It is delicious.

I used to think that Rosetta Bakery had the best breads in Mexico City, but I am really not sure anymore. This place is a strong contender.

They also serve your coffee in beautiful ceramic cups. You should definitely visit this cafe!

  • Address: Querétaro 116, Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • Monday to Thursday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm; Friday to Saturday, 9:00 am to midnight; Sundays, closed.
  • Instagram
  • Power outlets: under the benches
  • There are not many tables, I suggest you arrive early
cafe forte mexico
cafe forte mexico
forte cafe la roma cdmx
forte cafe la roma cdmx

23. Marcel

This is a cute little bakery with a few tables on Jalapa street. You can smell the delicious aroma of their products as soon as you enter their small shop.

I have not tried many of their products, but the almond croissant and the camembert croissant are delectable. 🤤

Be aware that the wifi is not very strong. It is enough for working on texts (wordpress, etc.), but not for video calls.

  • Address: Jalapa 130, Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • There are several power outlets on the wall, both near the small table at the entrance and in the next room.
  • Instagram
marcel panaderia mexico
marcel panaderia mexico

24. The Coffee Bar

The TCB has a very cozy atmosphere with wooden doors turned into tables, floral cushions, vintage chairs, large windows, walls full of mirrors and frames, and wooden floors. You can enjoy the soft jazz music in the background as you work or relax.

I prefer to be inside for more quietness, but they also have a terrace with several tables where you can soak up the sun.

  • Address: Manzanillo 33 (corner with Coahuila street), Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • Open every day from 8 am to 10 pm
  • Instagram: TCB La Roma
  • Power outlets: several outlets on the wall or under the bench
the coffee bar la roma mexico
the coffee bar la roma mexico

25. Quentin

Quentin is one of the most famous coffee shops in Mexico City, but it still has a cozy and European feel. You can read a book, chat, or enjoy a good specialty coffee here. It is a peaceful oasis in the busy Colonia Roma.

I love their marble bar, but if you need to work, you can choose one of the small round tables. They are only four and they get full quickly, so be early!

  • Address: Av. Álvaro Obregón 64 and Yucatán 93 in Roma Norte, or Amsterdam 67a in Condesa
  • Sunday to Wednesday: 8am to 10pm, Thursday to Saturday: 8am to 11pm
  • Facebook page: Quentin
  • Power outlets: under the bench
cafe quentin mexico
cafe quentin mexico

26. The Backyard

This is a cafe and restaurant in a quiet area of La Roma. It has a small terrace on the street that looks quite small from the outside, but there is another terrace in the backyard when you enter.

The inside part is very cozy with its bench. If the music is too loud for working, you can always go to the two terraces that are very quiet 😉

They have good coffee and service, and they make their own homemade bread. (By the way, I smelled a tempting cinnamon aroma when I was there!) They also offer pizzas, breakfasts, soups, sandwiches, and more.

I like this variety of food that many cafes lack. I know this because I spend a lot of time working in cafes!

  • Address: Acapulco 51, Roma Norte
  • Tue-Sat from 9am to 11pm, dim from 9am to 5pm
  • Instagram: The Backyard
  • Wall sockets under the bench
cafe backyard mexico
cafe backyard mexico

27. Libertario Coffee Roasters

The Libertario has two great features: a small terrace facing the beautiful Plaza Luis Cabrera, and a very spacious area where you can work comfortably with a laptop. It is always quiet and bright, with several plugs and good wifi.

I think it is the perfect cafe in Mexico City to work with wifi or have a work meeting. It is not very suitable for chatting with friends.

I also like that you can choose your coffee from four flavor profiles (intense and fruity, balanced and caramelized, etc.). The waiters are very helpful and friendly and they can advise you on what to choose.

  • Address: Plaza Luis Cabrera 16, Roma Norte, Mexico City
  • Open every day from 8am to 8pm
libertario coffee roasters mexico roma norte
Libertario Coffee Roasters, Roma Norte

28. Vocablo Coffee and Poetry

  • Tuesday to Sunday from 8:30am to 10pm
  • Address: Cda. de Guaymas 30, La Romita, Roma Nte, Mexico City
  • Facebook
vocablo cafe mexico
vocablo cafe mexico

Mexico City has many comfortable cafes where you can work with wifi. You can’t visit them all, but here are some other cafes you might like:

29. Brew Brew (Roma Norte)

30. Vulevu Bakery (Roma) – their breads are delicious!

31. Dosis Café (Roma Norte) – there are few outlets, so arrive early in the morning

32. Café Reynard (Roma Sur)

33. Quietude Café (Condesa)

34. Basico (Condesa)

35. Coffeefy a coworking café (just like Chez Vous), with hourly, weekly, etc. packages.

36. Casa Café (Condesa)

37. Community Café (Condesa)

38. Café Toscano (several branches) at noon and especially on weekends it fills up quickly, but in the morning you can find a place near an electrical outlet

39. Cicatriz (Juarez)

40. Don Cafetin (Doctores)

41. Buna (Doctores)

42. El Olvidado (Coyoacan)

43. El Péndulo (several branches) a nice bookstore with a cafe and sometimes a bar. If you are looking for a cafe with wifi in Polanco, this is a good option.

44. Tierra Garat (several branches) always quiet and with several outlets, but internet is not so reliable in all branches.

45. Yola Café (San Rafael)

46. Ex-Presso Café et DONDÉ downtown, a stone’s throw from the Mercado de Ciudadela (a great addition to the area!)

47. Brewklyn Café (Condesa, Colonia del Valle, Narvarte)

brewklyn cafe mexico city
brewklyn cafe mexico city

If you know any other cafes in Mexico City for digital nomads, please leave a comment!

The map of the best internet cafes in Mexico City

Staying in Mexico City

  • Hostel Mundo Joven Catedral (historic center): one of the best hostels in Mexico City. Clean dorms and rooms, amazing rooftop terrace with bar, great atmosphere and an exceptional view over the cathedral and the Zocalo, starting at 15$usd for a dorm and 32 $usd for a private room!
  • Hotel Villa Condesa (Condesa): if you are looking for a romantic hotel in Mexico City, this is a little oasis in the heart of La Condesa. It is an elegant house with small green terraces and tastefully decorated rooms. Rooms are spacious, breakfast is very good and the service is particularly attentive. Around 160$usd per night!
  • Casa Goliana (Roma Norte): high-end hotel with the best value for money in its category, located in an early 20th century house, typical of the Roma area. Rooftop terrace, comfortable rooms, very attentive staff, and good breakfasts. Around 190$usd per night
  • Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City (Juarez): this 5 star hotel is one of the best hotels in Mexico City, ideal for a business trip or a romantic stay. Located on Paseo de la Reforma between Colonia Juarez and Roma Norte. A large indoor garden, gym, swimming pool, spa, restaurant, and bar, Around 640$usd per night!

My advice
For the best areas and hotels in Mexico City for all budgets, check out my complete guide: Where to stay in Mexico City?

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digital nomad cafe mexico city
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