304 E 6th St, New York, NY | Directions 1000940.727196 -73.988058
Neighborhoods: Downtown, East Village
An upscale Mexican lounge devoted to tequila and mezcal. – Named after the mythological Aztec goddess of agave, Mayahuel is Manhattan’s first serious cocktail bar dedicated to tequila and mezcal. Located on Curry Row, the bi-level locale is a looker: Glossy Mexican tiles, church-pew benches and exposed beams and brick define the downstairs; in the spacious upstairs, there’s a 20-foot-wide stained-glass chandelier shaped like a tarantula. Mixologist Philip Ward’s creations are equally deadly, including the bracingly aromatic Loop Tonic (white tequila, green chartreuse, celery bitters, vermouth); spicy Seco El Calor sangria; smoky Slynx; and tea-infused “tea-killa cocktails.” Nowhere else in New York will you sip such an eclectic array of cocktails starring the oft unfairly maligned tequila. Also, the romance factor is off the charts.
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