Interior views of Casa Teo
Courtesy of Casa Teo (2)

Casa Teo

Mexico City, Mexico

When chef Enrique Olvera moved his famous restaurant, Pujol, to a larger location, he couldn’t bear to part with the building where he made his name. So he turned the original space into Casa Teo, a boutique bed-and-breakfast designed to house visiting chefs. But nonchefs are welcome to book stays too; perks include sightseeing recommendations from Olvera’s team and the option to organize a tasting dinner in Casa Teo’s private dining room, cooked by a chef from his team. —Abigail Abrams

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