Ernesto Delgado’s sprawling downtown tribute to Mexico isn’t just a restaurant—it’s a notable tequila bar (Tequila Museo), a luxe private dining space (Coa), as well as a casual taco spot (Maya). But head to Mayahuel proper for serious south-of-the-border cooking, whether you’re seeking a lunchtime bowl of chile poblano with the perfect jolt of heat, or a hearty evening meal of chicken enchiladas doused in a deeply flavored mole composed with over 32 ingredients. Dimly lit but bursting with color from its vibrant yellow-muraled walls, this dining room draws a smart and business-oriented crowd. They flock to the "Museo" at happy hour for a wide selection of tequilas and mezcals, as well as hand-crafted mango margaritas swirled with smoky ancho chile.
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