Venue Info

Known For

Brunch

Mexican

Row upon row of colored Jarritos bottles line the windows at The Haab Mexican Cafe: flashes of red, orange and green turning the sweet sodas into mini rainbows. Brunch is the word at this modest, family-owned spot in a space that was formerly a neighborhood bodega (you can tell, in a cute way). Go for the huevos rancheros (as if you weren’t going to already), served alongside a lake of refried beans, mounds of rice and two corn tortillas. Tortas (milanese de pollo, carne asada), tacos and flan draw lunch and dinner diners.

New York

The Haab Mexican Cafe

The Haab Mexican Cafe

Row upon row of colored Jarritos bottles line the windows at The Haab Mexican Cafe: flashes of red, orange and green turning the sweet sodas into mini rainbows. Brunch is the word at this modest, family-owned spot in a space that was formerly a neighborhood bodega (you can tell, in a cute way). Go for the huevos rancheros (as if you weren’t going to already), served alongside a lake of refried beans, mounds of rice and two corn tortillas. Tortas (milanese de pollo, carne asada), tacos and flan draw lunch and dinner diners.