Esquina Común is a speakeasy-style restaurant on a terrace in the Condesa neighborhood. The restaurant is only open on weekends, and tables must be booked via Instagram DM. Enter through a cute café, climb a few flights of stairs, and emerge into a hidden culinary oasis. There’s chill music, a slight breeze, and natural wines on ice to keep things super cool. The kitchen is run by chef Ana González Serrano (formerly of Expendio de Maiz), her mother, and her partner, Carlos Pérez-Puelles. The menu is à la carte and changes frequently. We loved the balsamic beetroot tostada with tomatoes, Oaxacan cheese, plantain purée, and yellow beetroot; the sole ceviche, with prickly pear leche de tigre, and a purple potato purée; and the trio of empanaditas filled with passion fruit cream, miso caramel, and White Rabbit ganache.