It's named for revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata, which explains why sombreros and rifles are the main decorations. The place is filled with locals, who appreciate the good-natured kitsch, which sometimes includes a sequin-clad entertainer. The tortillas here are made fresh by hand throughout the day, so the taco platters are especially good (try one of the big combinations, or the regional specialties on the table tents). It's a good place to stop for lunch (there are cheap specials), or late in the evening (the dining room is open until 1 am). Take a seat under the huge wrought-iron chandelier or in the dark upstairs bar.
Av. Crescencio Rosas 7, at Calle Diego de Mazariegos, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, 29200, Mexico