Every Tuesday, Pachuca Street in Colonia Condesa blossoms into a tianguis—one of Mexico City’s colorful, temporary, open-air bazaars. I’m following Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey through the scrum—we’re winding our way through vegetable vendors offering huitlacoche and neon-green fava beans, past stands of cell phone chargers and bootleg Blu-ray discs. “This is where I get some of my basic bitch office-worker button-downs,” she chuckles, floating through a bottleneck of families and tourists. We had arranged to meet at a new restaurant. I had double-checked the hours and their Instagram page, but we arrive to find it shuttered—plans in Mexico City are often stymied by unanticipated hiccups. This city and her work, as author, activist and cannabis cultivator, demand the flexibility and patience that Aggrey stores in leagues. “Tacos it is, then, ” she says, as we pivot to the outdoor market. This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Four Buy Now Related Stories Entrepreneur Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson Meet the founders of acclaimed lighting design studio Apparatus. Entrepreneur Efe Cakarel Meet the MUBI founder, who uses tastemakers around the world to create a better film streaming platform. Entrepreneur Francesca Bonato Meet the founder of a mini hotel empire on the Yucatán Peninsula. Entrepreneur Maayan Zilberman Meet the candy maker inspired by her study of sculpture. Entrepreneur Armando Cabral The model turned entrepreneur explains how he built his footwear brand. Design Entrepreneur Nina Yashar Inside the most stylish warehouse depot in Milan.