The Maya’s Margarita is legendary, winning a number of readers polls and awards, having been given kudos and mentions by St. Louis Magazine, Alive Magazine, The Patch, as well as many others. Of course, if you've had one of their incredible hand made margaritas, you would know what the fuss was all about. If you haven't, you need to come by and treat yourself to the best drink around.Try our $7 Lunch Specials,
Tuesday: Fish Tacos
Friday: Calabaza Quesadilla
Saturday: Guerado Burrito
Friday, March 23, 7-9pm
St. Louis based singer/songwriter/entertainer
Dusty James & Abalone Pearl
Friday, April 6, 7-9:30pm
Varied musical styles including folk, roots, singer-songwriter, blues, and more
Dine Out for Life
Thursday, April, 26 6-9pm
featuring live music by flamenco guitarist Dan Hoerle
with Old Man Boo
Every Wednesday enjoy Delta Blues
Mark your calendars:
Friday, June 15
Imagine Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt and Woody Guthrie having a whiskey together with a beer chaser...in a dirty glass.
Every year Maplewood restaurants compete for bragging rights in the Taste of Maplewood. There are 3 awards for: best savory, best cocktail and best sweet tooth. And then top honors for an overall winner. Last year Maya Café won top overall honors for their Spicy Apple Empanada with a soft Caramel dip. And in 2014, they won the best cocktail award for their popular Sangrita
This year they did it again with their Plantain and Chorizo Empanada, featuring a house spicy honey and Turbanado sugar sauce, with a dollop of sour cream, and covered with fresh Cilantro. It was the unanimous favorite of the judges. For the two years in a row, Maya Café wins the 'Best of the Taste'.
The Maya is located in the heart of Maplewood's arts district on Sutton Boulevard. Its unique menu is packed with many south-of-the-border classics. It's Pan-Latin cuisine is made to order to your taste.
The Maya Cafe's main dining room and bar was designed by St. Louis artist Bill Christman. It boasts one of the most unique patios around – an old steel tugboat is its centerpiece – and its fresh-squeezed margaritas and housemade salsa will get you fired up for summer or any other occasion for that matter. The debate still lingers as to which is the best place to have one of the Maya's legendary Margaritas. We recommend both.
The Maya can cater any special event or host a private party. We can make any occasion special, even lunch.
Come in and see why so many people love the Maya Cafe.
Call 314-781-4774 for reservations or just drop on by. Become a friend of the Maya Cafe on Facebook to hear the latest up-to-date info on entertainment and food at the Maya Cafe.
2726 Sutton Blvd.
Maplewood, MO 63143
314 781 4774
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday: 11am-2pm
Dinner: Tuesday-Thursday: 5pm-9pm
Friday and Saturday: 5pm-10pm
If there is a show at the Focal Point on Sunday, we will be open for dinner. Please check thefocalpoint.org for upcoming concerts.