Chaac Mool is the Mayan god of rain, but on sunny days, make your way to this weekend food tent located next to some of Fort Mason's most bucolic picnic tables. Among the spicy Yucatecan specialties: spinach-pumpkinseed tamales, chicken-tomato-chipotle stew, and conchinita pibil made with housemade green salsa and organic
2948 21st St.
Comfortable and reasonably priced, Haltun is one of the most ambitious Yucatecan restaurants this city has yet seen. Its menu of antojitos (corn-based snacks) is broad and varied, served alongside craft beers and Spanish wines to boot. While there are a host of Mayan variations on tostadas, the steamed antojitos
CLOSED This modest, cash-only spot in the Mission District lays claim on its menu to serving "El Arte de la Cocina Yucateca" ("The Art of Yucatecan Cuisine"). It serves a number of unfamiliar antojitos among the more familiar tamales and empanadas, and there are at least two dishes on the
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