This downtown spot has an outstanding variety of regional dishes, including pechuga jacuané (chicken breast stuffed with black beans and smothered with an herb sauce). Red-sashed waiters hoot and holler when someone orders pompo, a punch made with mineral water, pineapple juice, lemon juice—and lots of vodka. The big draw is live marimba music in the afternoon and evening. From 9 pm to 10 pm folk dancers take to the floor. There's a playground in the rear.
Av. Central Oriente 837, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, 29000, Mexico