Los Danzantes

In 1995, Los Danzantes began building a bridge between the pre-Hispanic past and the culinary trends of today's Mexico in order to revalue and enhance the gastronomic and cultural richness of our country. Both in their dishes and in the pairing they achieve with their mezcals, the artists of this restaurant exploit the textures and flavors of traditional ingredients to take their guests on a historical journey through their food.


Creative Mexican gastronomy / Historic location

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Parque Centenario 12, Coyoacán, Coyoacán

Mon. - Thu., 12:30 - 23:00
Fri. - Sat., 10:00 - 24:00
Sun. 10:00 - 23:00

55 4356 7185



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hoja santa, chichilo negro steak, chocolate cascade

Vegan/Vegetarian Options

baked beet, cauliflower chorizo tacos, caramel peach

Detailed Info
  • Reservation: On weekdays, reservations can be made through the phone, WhatsApp or at OpenTable. On weekends, it is recommended to arrive 20 minutes earlier, to be assigned a table
  • COVID Standards
  • Open Spaces
  • Pet-friendly
  • WiFi
  • Social Actions For more than 25 years, they have been promoting mezcal culture. With Destileria Los Danzantes, they work for the preservation of the tradition in the elaboration of mezcal and have safeguarded the culture of artisanal processes. Since its inception they have been concerned about fair trade and support the communities of the mezcal regions, preserving their identity and providing them with dissemination from their restaurants, they have taken their mezcal to the five continents
  • Environmental Actions Since 2007, they have been protecting two chinampas in Xochimilco where, with the help of chinampero Pedro Méndez and his family, they preserve the tradition of growing vegetables using this technique. Most of the vegetables used in the preparation of the dishes come from this aquatic paradise in Mexico City. In addition, they have collaborated from the beginning with Centeotl, a project in Amatlan de Quetzalcoatl that seeks to rescue native corn. Therefore, the corn they offer in their restaurants is prayed, sown and cultivated with love and care, establishing a loving and conscious relationship with the nutrition of the land and the protection of the ecosystem
  • Open spaces: outdoor seating with a view to the Coyocan main square, also they are part of the Ciudad al Aire Libre program
  • Pet-friendly: outdoors only
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