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Stellar offerings – especially the bulk-olive bar and prepared deli dinners.
1191 First Ave · interesting places nearby
Maya Mexican information
Newly renovated Maya's now looks something akin to an 18th-century Mexican hacienda, and the decor perfectly complements the powerful, mole-infused dishes. Chef Richard Sandoval's menu has, among other things, corn masa with oaxaca cheese and chile poblano rajas , seviche halibut, marinated filet mignon, and chunky, rich guacamole as a side.