Experience the culinary traditions of authentic Mexican food in a beautiful and comfortable environment. At Mesa Coyoacan, we use organic ingredients and grass fed beed, following the recipes exactly as our grandmothers used to. Rustic, long communal tables create an ideal setting for a family meal where you can sample our menu. 


Some of
Our Favorites —


Tacos de Lengua

Delicious grass fed cow tongue, slowly cooked thinly sliced, onion, cilantro, salsa verde, “A Mexican street food classic."



Costillas en Adobo

Slow cooked Adobo marinated pork ribs. “Adobo” is a thick Mexican salsa prepared with chile Guajillo and Ancho, giving it a mild smoky spice. Served with roasted chayote “Mexican squash” with melted Oaxaca cheese, rice and beans topped w/ queso fresco on the side.


Mixiotes de Carnero

Spiced lamb with chile Ancho, chile Guajillo and avocado leaves steamed in a banana leaf. Served with pickled habanero red onions, cactus salad, black beans topped with queso fresco and tortillas. Not to be missed!




Aguachile de Scallops y Camaron

Bay scallops & shrimp in a cucumber-serrano chile citrus, with red onion, radish and avocado.



Chiles en Nogada

Roasted poblano pepper stuffed with shredded pork, organic chicken, peaches, pears, apples and almonds. Covered in a walnut sauce and topped with pomegranate seeds. Our “Signature Dish”.


Pollo con Mole Poblano

Roasted organic chicken and plantains covered in “Chef Ivan’s traditional Mole Poblano” and sesame seeds. Served with Mexican rice and handmade corn tortillas. (Mole contains peanuts).


Our Menu

The kitchen’s spirited cooking is simply a joy.
There’s “always something to discover” at this “upbeat” Williamsburg Mexican, a dispenser of “sensational” Mexico City–style cuisine and “absolutely killer margaritas” at an “affordable” cost; a “very cool” staff and “creative” decor help keep the mood “warm” and “inviting.”
It’s all about the agave at Mesa Coyoacan, Williamsburg’s warm and rustic tribute to authentic Mexican food and drink. A loyal set of neighborhood hipsters and visiting Manhattanites flock to this sunlit Graham Avenue cantina to gorge on expertly prepared, overstuffed tacos and a huge selection of margaritas made with house-infused premium tequila, muddled fruits and fresh juices.
Which brings us to the grapefruit habanero margarita we had this past weekend at Brooklyns Mesa Coyoacan. It delivers a slow-burning tingle tempered by the juice of fresh lime and grapefruit. Its refreshing and satisfying, like a well-made margarita should be, but it also awakens the senses, which is exactly what you need in this deadening July heat.


372 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211


L train to Graham Avenue


Sun – Thu, 5 pm – 11 pm (bar at midnight)
Fri – Sat, 5 pm – 12 am (bar at 1 am)

Lunch / Brunch
Wed – Fri, 12 pm – 5 pm
Sat – Sun, 11 am – 5 pm


(718) 782 8171