Corazón de Maguey

Corazón de Maguey is a restaurant and mezcaleria that celebrates Mexican people and culture through creative culinary experiences, both in its recipes and in the selection and combination of raw materials. In addition to their permanent menu, they create specific dishes according to the ingredients of each season. These culinary delights are complemented by beautiful architecture and interior design inspired by the church of La Conchita, a famous landmark of Coyoacan; in turn, the place is home to the emblematic mezcal Alipus, with which they prepare a variety of cocktails.


Creative Mexican gastronomy / Sustainable business

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Parque Centenario 9A, Coyoacán, Coyoacán

Mon. 12:30 - 23:00
Tue. - Thu., Sun., 8:00 - 23:00
Fri. - Sat., 8:00 - 24:00

55 7406 8199


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Payment Methods

Bank Cards · Cash


tortilla soup, shrimp taco, three color enchiladas, pastel de elote (corn cake)

Vegan/Vegetarian Options

ceviche tostada, vegetarian tlayuda, chocolate tamal

Detailed Info
  • Reservation: During the week, reservations can be made by phone, WhatsApp or Meitre. During the weekend, it is recommended to arrive 20 minutes in advance to be assigned a table
  • COVID Standards
  • Open Spaces
  • Pet-friendly
  • WiFi
  • Social Actions Together with Los Danzantes, they have been promoting the mezcal culture for more than 25 years. With Destilería Los Danzantes, they have closed the gap in the preservation of the tradition of mezcal production and have safeguarded the culture of artisanal processes. In addition, they are pioneers in being a company concerned about fair trade and supporting the communities of the mezcal regions, preserving their identity and providing them with dissemination from their restaurants, taking them to the five continents
  • Environmental Actions Corazón de Maguey is part of Grupo Los Danzantes, who since 2007 have been the guardians of two chinampas in Xochimilco where, together with chinampero Pedro Méndez and his family, they preserve the tradition of cultivating under this technique. Most of the vegetables used in the preparation of the dishes come from this aquatic paradise in the CDMX. In addition, they have collaborated from the beginning with Centéotl, a project in Amatlán de Quetzalcóatl 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: it has tables outside, overlooking the square. It is also part of the Ciudad al Aire Libre program
  • Pet-friendly: only at the tables adjacent to the square
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