Those of you who have had the pleasure of traveling to Mexico surely know the vitality, color and warmth of this land and its people well. Every moment is the right one to party and share with friends, family, and why not, even strangers, tasty food and delicious drinks. From Agua Sancta, in Corso Garibaldi, you can find the same atmosphere of fun and pure joy, with a touch of pop taste and an eye for traditional fresh ingredients.
Agua Sancta is a bistro, but also a cocktail bar and most importantly, a tequileria and mezcaleria. The drink list offers over 40 types of tequila and as many mezcal, the distillate obtained from the heart of the agave that has become a Milanese staple in the last few years. In regards to the tequila, do not expect anything like the reckless shots of our adolescence. Here you will find refined labels, which respect the centuries-old tradition of this distillate, each differing in the length and methods of aging. For real drink lovers, then, both tequila and mezcal are ready to be combined in original cocktails to satisfy all tastes. If you feel lost, don’t worry. The staff is very ready to advise you and answer all your questions.
Be sure to accompany your drink with some of the amazing food they have to offer. On the menu, which is renewed seasonally, there are plenty of well-known recipes such as tacos and guacamole, but you can also take the opportunity to discover aguachile and tostadas, or try one of the salads with unusual and appetizing combinations. They have everything you need for an explosive-flavored aperitif, as well as for dinner with friends spent sharing food in the name of conviviality.
Agua Sancta opened a few months ago, but, in pure Mexican spirit, it has already had time to organize parties, master classes and special events, including the celebrations of the Dia de los Muertos and the inevitable Taco Tuesday. And the same desire to fully enjoy every occasion is also reflected in the location, in the colorful furnishings and small accessories inspired by the typical elements of the landscape of this wonderful country. Whether you decide to stop for a drink or to taste some specialties, remember to smile, raise your glass and toast under the banner of ¡Viva Mexico!