Cafe de Tacuba
8 expert reviews
“Tourists frequent Café de Tacuba not only for the food and pastries, but also for the art that lines the walls.”
– Travel + Leisure
"An essential, if touristy, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack stop downtown, this Mexican classic opened in 1912 in a section of an old convent." Full review
"One of the city's most famous restaurants, Café Tacuba dates from 1912 and boasts a handsome colonial-era atmosphere." Full review
"Open since 1912, visited over the years by many famous names, this classic restaurant retains its decor of Talavera tiles and kitschy murals, and remains a bustling local favorite."
"The front window filled with scrumptious baked goods, and interior walls with paintings of colonial-era nuns have been Café Tacuba’s calling card since 1912."
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"Good coffee and excellent food at a price, though this doesn’t deter the folk who’ve been packing it out since 1912."