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This dark corner bar specializes in retro cocktails at retro prices, and, believe us, they're strong. What comes as a bigger surprise is the bar food that issues from the... More »
Bet you thought the burrowing animal with beady eyes-but, no, this is about "moe-lays," the pre-Colombian Mexican sauces laboriously made from dozens of... More »
Claiming to be descended from a taco stand in the Baja Peninsula founded in 1973, this narrow Mexican eatery among the trendy boutiques of Mott Street puts its fish tacos... More »
In its original location two blocks north, Out of the Kitchen was mainly a cookie and cupcake bakery, with a few sandwiches and hot carryout meals. Now a liquor... More »
Getting a seat at this cute little Lower East Side spot can sometimes be difficult, but don't worry, it's worth the wait. Step in and you'll understand why it's so popular... More »
With the exception of the guacamole, the Mexican food used to be abysmal at Rosa Mexicano. Now, wonder of wonders, a chef change has left it the best expensive... More »
You can take it for granted that the tacos are superb: a pair of soft corn tortillas wrapped around elemental fillings, simply flavored with raw onions and fresh... More »
Power past the spiny cactus paddles, pungent papalo leaves, pale green tomatillos, and oblong orange guavas at this Mexican grocery and find a tiny eatery inside, like any of... More »
Though the monkfish tacos at Clinton Street Bakery are also fab, the golden lure goes to Pampano Taqueria, mired in an ugly mall inside a skyscraper hilariously dubbed... More »
This airy and comfortable truck stop wrested the palm from La Hacienda as the foremost Mexican restaurant in El Barrio. The fiery red pozole is the best of... More »
We expect to stumble onto a parallel universe in a long-running Marvel series, but not so much when we're out to dinner—restaurants, unlike comic books, tend to follow the rules of time and space. Not Xixa, the second spot from the pork-slinging Traif team, which opened late last year on the same block in Williamsburg.
If chef Jason Marcus and partner Heather Heuser had fallen...
It's not unusual to find highly trained cooks eating food unfit for Dickensian orphans. One of the worst staff meals I ever endured was at a Michelin-starred French restaurant in London, where the sadistic line cook in charge of making the team's dinner plopped down hotel pans full of cold fried eggs and unbuttered toast. Cooks don't eat as glamorously as you might imagine.
On a recent evening, a friend at the thumping, packed Salvation Taco—a new Mexican restaurant in the Pod 39 hotel—wondered if the nonlinear service we were experiencing might work as a model for chaos theory, at least at a TED talk. Waiters appeared at our table unpredictably, sometimes with things we'd...
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