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Meso Maya’s Upscale Mexican Food Hits Addison

It’s the seventh outpost for the local chain

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Meso Maya, the beloved Dallas spot for elevated Mexican cuisine, opened its seventh outpost in Addison today.

The eatery from Firebird Restaurant Group (which also owns Tortaco, El Fenix, Snuffers, and Village Burger Bar) made its debut at 5280 Belt Line Road at the corner of Montfort Dr. It’s in the same revamped shopping area that now holds a Whole Foods Market.

Chef Nico Sanchez will continue to oversee the culinary program of Mayan-influenced Mexican fare with dishes such as Pollo Con Mole, Cochinita Pibíl, Carne Asada, and Budin Azteca - a layered corn tortilla dish that can be ordered with beef, vegetables, or chicken and green tomatillo sauce (highly recommended), which is strangely reminiscent of lasagne. Some new items gracing the menu in Addison include the Pescado Veracruz, Camarones a La Diabla, and Bistek Oaxaca. Meso Maya’s same delicious agave-forward cocktail offerings will be making their way to Addison, including items like the avocado margarita.

“Addison has a large variety of restaurants, but nothing like the elevated dining experience that Meso Maya offers,” Chef Sanchez said in a statement. “Our menu features original dishes made from fresh, authentic ingredients using the scratch cooking practices that I first learned while growing up in central Mexico. When you dine at Meso Maya, I want you to feel like you are enjoying a meal in my own home.”

Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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