Café Tacvba is a band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. The group gained popularity in the early 1990s. The band took its final name from a coffee shop (el Café de Tacuba) located in downtown Mexico City. The café was representative of the Pachuco scene at the time, something the band would later acknowledge as an influence. The Café de Tacuba is still in operation as a coffee shop and restaurant on Tacuba Street, in Mexico City's Historic Center. The band changed its name to Café Tacvba (changing the u for a v) to avoid legal issues with the coffee shop. Café Tacvba won a Grammy award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album in 2004, and several Latin Grammy awards including 'Best Rock Song' with the song 'Eres'. Café Tacvba is also seen as a strong advocate for various causes due to the important social and political messages they discuss in their music. The themes of environmental justice and communal welfare are especially prevalent.