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Follows the Mexicue lead with brilliant mashup of Texas smoke, South of the Border flavor. Three carnes in question are pork, beef, and chicken, rubbed in Texican spices and slow-smoked over wood. ... read more
Raising the bar for NYC Mexican. SoCal brothers behind the Calexico carts drop LES spot sans wheels. Taqueria serves up the original street fare plus burgers, fish tacos, daily specials. T... read more
Burrito baby of two San Fran expats who found themselves lost and alone in taqueria-slim NYC. Must have fed their sorrows at Chipotle, however. Familiar wood and tin design, straightforward carni... read more
Legendary Red Hook truck brings its Puebla home cooking to a South Slope brick and mortar. Interior is classic third-world luncheonette, with a front counter lit by a neon palm tree. Dining room ha... read more
Chainlet taqueria breaks out of its Brooklyn/downtown base. Inspired by Oaxacan cuisine, cooks traditional Mexican with fresh ingredients. Salsa and sauces made from scratch. On the spendy side for... read more
Mod Mexican/Latin American fare in Battery Park City. Vibrant dining room encircles bar under a massive skylight. Long fireplace, bright colors up the atmosphere. River views, too, and a sweet terr... read more
The latest in stealthy craft cocktails can be found in the Financial District and mixed by Jeremy Strawn of Mulberry Project and Death & Co. The drinks get an artistic bent to them with the Ern... read more
The Spotted Pig dons a sombrero. Gastropub legends April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman team up for a taqueria inside the Pod 39. Gamy meats carry over: crispy pig ear, pork belly with pineapple salad... read more
Land Thai Kitchen sous chef inspires his bosses to check out Mexican. Market-to-table spot keeps with the spirit of front-room family restaurants. Street snacks for starters; chicken wings, chipotl... read more
Chef and co-owner Jason Marcus (of Traif in Williamsburg) serves dozens of Mexican-themed eats here, like spicy rock shrimp gorditas and bright Spanish mackerel tartare, all regulated to various &l... read more
Lure dudes keep the seafood, add a heap of South of the Border flavor. Coastal influence pops up in ceviches, shrimp empanadas, grilled Lobster Puerto Nuevo. Tacos get creative, tuck in the likes o... read more
Quick casual sandwich spot in the old Rigoletto space. Clean little shop, modest hacienda flair. Slow-cooked carnitas fills classic tortas and open-faced, griddle-cooked molettes. Fresh-baked birot... read more
Mexican slow food. Cozy space lightly themed toward the Lotería card game. Kitchen puts on regional emphases. Seared tuna steak with cactus, raw Long Island oysters on the seafood side. Duck... read more
Bar Henry and Cafe Henri brainchild. Owners/hermanos Cosme and Luis Agular bring authentic family recipes from Chiapas, Mexico. Share a seafood plate to start, or guac with homemade totopos. Do not... read more
The team behind Colonie brings high-end Mexican flavors to Dumbo. Chef Sam Richman's menu reflects fascination with fresh ingredients, authentic recipes. Start things off with the Aguachile: scallo... read more
Mom and pop duo add the Upper East to their Móle mini-empire. (A reboot of Taco Taco from across the street, give or take.) Start off with fresh-made custom guac, move on to house specials l... read more
Chef's from Mexico City, trained at Le Cordon Bleu, honed by stint as culinary director for Rosa Mexicano. Experience distilled into excellent modern Mexican bites. Yucatan shrimps with black bea... read more
Get stoked for Mexican/Pacific Rim mash-ups from legendary West Coast chain. Started by a trio of surfing brothers from Brazil, keeps to sporty origins with mountain bikes, skateboards, graffiti mu... read more
Iron Chef Alex Stupak, late of pastry duties at Alinea and wd~50, crosses over to the savory side. Name translates to "push," traditional Mexican dishes get herded into modern territory. Spin-off l... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...