MEXICAN RESTAURANT ~ Serves high-end cuisine of Mexico City prepared by chef Thierry Amezcua in a casual setting.
Latin Culture at Papatzul
Previously at Papatzul
Papatzul is a Mexican restaurant in SoHo that serves high-end cuisine of Mexico City prepared by chef Thierry Amezcua.
It is difficult to choose Mexican restaurants these days because Mexican food has become American food, so you never know if you will find the real enchilada or an Americanized version. Papatzul is one of New York’s Mexican restaurants that serves authentic Mexican cuisine that is elegantly-prepared.
We first heard about Papatzul from the producer of “Mexico Now,” an annual festival of contemporary Mexican culture in New York.
The restaurant itself is a casual, noisy place. The owner is a soccer fan, so you can watch the big tournaments and Mexican teams at Papatzul. Happy Hour is Sunday-Friday 5-8pm.
55 Grand Street (at West Broadway) in SoHo (212) 274-8225
Lunch/Brunch daily 12-5pm
Dinner Sunday-Thursday 6-11pm
Subway (1) (A,C,E) (N,R) to Canal St