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Balam Centro

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  • Steakhouse

This steak house and bar, open from 2 pm until midnight, serves Mexican food in a casually elegant environment. The decor might make...

Café de Yara

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  • Mexican

There's something refreshing about this two-story corner café; maybe it's the doors flung open to catch the breeze, or the walls painted...

Caminito

  • $$$
  • Argentine

The presence of an authentic Argentine steak house is a sign that Tuxtla may be becoming a cosmopolitan city. The dark, elegant room...

El Asador Castellano

  • $$$$
  • Spanish

Spanish dishes are the specialty at this lovely little restaurant west of the center. The most popular dish is lechón a la segoviana...

El Desván

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  • Mexican

Through a pair of graceful arches you can gaze down on the main square from this second-story restaurant. There's a certain rustic charm...

El Fogón de Jovel

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  • Mexican

El Fogón de Jovel, spread across a lovely colonial courtyard, strikes a balance: it caters to tourists but is still popular with locals.

El Huachinango Feliz

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  • Seafood

The location of this two-level restaurant, just next door to the Hotel Xibalba, has made it a favorite with tourists, but locals frequent...

El Mesón del Angel

  • $$$
  • Spanish

You might think you've stumbled into a country inn when you make your way up the blue-tile steps. Inside are cheery lacy curtains and...

El Titanic

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  • Mexican

The name "Titanic" may refer to the amount of food you'll get at this restaurant on the edge of the city. Sit down and just say "surtido,"...

Emiliano's Moustache

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  • Mexican

It's named for revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata, which explains why sombreros and rifles are the main decorations. The place is filled...

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