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Maya Café

Map & Directions 2726 Sutton Ave.
Maplewood, MO 63143
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314-781-4774
  • Dinner, Lunch
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Description

Riverfront Times' Description

The nonstop creative mind of Bill Christman -- the man behind those whimsical sculptures at the City Museum -- helped to fill Maya Café with offbeat artworks. There's a large deck out back, complete with the whimsical addition of a real antique fishing boat, making Maya Café the only place in landlocked Maplewood where you can drink a margarita on a boat. Owner Jay Schober has created a restaurant to match the decor, with pan-Latin cuisine just as varied. Far from simply a Mexican restaurant, Maya Café offers a plethora of dishes that span Central and South America, not to mention Spain. Specials have included shrimp with coconut milk (from Brazil), banana leaf-wrapped tamales (Colombia) and flank steak with fried plantains, topped with a fried egg (Venezuela). Maya Café features live music on the weekends and house-made margaritas that are so good you'll want a pitcher to yourself.

 
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  • Amy S. on 08/30/10

    Known to have one of the best Margarita's in STL. Give the Golden a try.

  • Mitch S. on 08/07/11

    very good food....one of the hidden gems of st.louis...very eclectic menu...

  • Aaron W. on 08/29/13

    Great margarita. To this gringo, their food seems to have solid authentic flavors and textures...try something you haven't had before and you'll be quite surprised how good it will be.

  • Chris W. on 08/07/13

    The food was great and the open mic was lots of fun.

  • Brian P. on 03/24/12

    Have to say, margaritas are the BOMB

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  • Think Global, Eat Local

    Stepping through the front door of the Maya Café in downtown Maplewood feels a bit like entering the whimsical world of the City Museum. You... More on Maya Café »

  • The Golden Margarita (a.k.a. the Cadillac), along with the Top Shelf and the house margarita at the Maya Café in Maplewood, is better than pretty... More on Maya Café »

  • During our visits to the Maya Café, we saw and heard about several other food-related developments in the immediate area. According to the... More on Maya Café »

 
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