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When you visit, you’ll notice some exciting changes to our home – we’re expanding! To bring you even more light, space, window and patio seating and airflow, we’ve grown Tzuco into the area that previously housed our artisan Mexican bakery, Panango. When the expansion is fully complete later this month, Tzuco will have seats available indoors and outdoors, and a significantly larger bar and lounge area. Designer Ignacio “Nacho” Cadena collaborated with the Tzuco team to maintain the restaurant’s creative celebration of Huitzuco, Chef Gaytán’s hometown after which the restaurant is named.

And don’t worry: You can still enjoy the deliciousness of Panango’s artisan pastries at Tzuco and we’ll be announcing a new home for the shop later this year. 

Reservations are available now at Resy. Please reserve in advance, and you can read about our enhanced efforts to protect your safety and that of our team. 

We can’t wait to see you!

An austere experience, where richness is lived through the purity of ingredients, the combination of extraordinary flavors and the story of their origin.

From the Imaginarium of Carlos Gaytán, the first Latin American who earned a Michelin Star.