FAQs

How do I get to the restaurant?

Mixtli is located at 5251 McCullough Ave. inside "The Yard" in Olmos Park, right behind Olmos Perk Coffee Shop. The best way to get here with a GPS is to set it at 5300 McCullough, the Yard's address. Drive to the back parking lot and you will find the blue box car with the white Mixtli Cloud on the outside.

How do I get a reservation?

Dinner at Mixtli is through a ticketing system. You do not need to bring a printed copy of your ticket to dinner. We will have a guest list based on the original ticket purchase records.

Can I call for a reservation?

No, the only way to acquire a ticketed reservation is to purchase one through our website.

Do you accept walk ins?

We do not.

What is your cancellation/late arrival policy? How can I get reschedule?

Ticket prices are per person, unless you are purchasing the whole table that sits 12 guests. We cannot guarantee your reservation if you arrive after your seating time (7pm) due to the nature of our tasting menu. Certain items need to be cooked at specific times to ensure quality and dinner flow. (Your seats will be cancelled after 10 minutes after your reservation time and we will not be able to refund your purchase). All sales are final. No refunds or reschedules will be issued for ANY reason.

Do you offer private dining?

The whole table can be purchased for a more intimate experience.

Is gratuity/service included in the ticket price?

Gratuity is not included.

Are the pairings included in the menu price?

No. They are not. Under TABC (Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission) law the pairings can be donated free of any charge. For more information regarding alcoholic beverage donation please visit www.tabc.state.tx.us/faq/licensing.asp (Revised May 2017)

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Restaurant Mixtli

San Antonio, Texas

To define Mexican cuisine is impossible. Mexico is as diverse as it is vast. Within its borders lie rocky mountains, humid jungles, arid deserts, and endless coasts: a stark diversity that forced each region to develop uniquely rich cultural and culinary histories.

Like clouds, our menu travels from place to place every 45 days, offering a tour in Mexican gastronomy. We travel to the various regions and states of Mexico in each one of our dishes. If the state has a border with the ocean, we...
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