Dos Caminos brings the vibrant spirit of Mexico City to New York City. It serves authentic and exclusive Mexican cuisine, including fresh guacamole, incredible margaritas and favorite dishes from south of the border. Enjoy the best quality Mexican food at Sabor Azteca, the best Mexican restaurant in Saratoga, NY. Even if you want us to serve you at home, you can count on our excellent catering services for offices and events in Latham, Saratoga and Clifton Park in New York.
Casa Carmen is the only place outside of Mexico where you can try some exclusive dishes from chef Carmen Ramírez Degollado's El Bajío restaurant empire. This exclusive place in Tribeca focuses on the traditional Mexican food that can be found in Veracruz, Puebla and Oaxaca, and all the food is served in a room with an earthy decor that makes you think you're in a hacienda-style resort. Order the refreshing ceviche with just the right amount of acid, the toast topped with shredded duck and the chicken dipped in a pleasant and sweet mole de Xico that is made with only 37 ingredients. As you leave, you'll see a large common table that seems to host a council of supervillains (or, you know, a birthday party), so think about this place the next time you need to host a large group dinner.
Mariscos El Submarino has several great raw seafood options, but a meal at this Jackson Heights Mexican restaurant isn't complete without an order of mixed ceviche. This huge bowl of prawns covered with jalapeños, fresh white fish and tender octopus is marinated in a creamy homemade sauce and then topped with several perfect slices of avocado. And it will transport you to a quiet seafood cabin next to the beach in Puerto Escondido. While you're here, don't miss its black aguachile.
This smoked seafood dish gets its color (and name) from a mix of charred green and red chilies that you'll see speckled in a loose sauce based on water and lime. Both dishes are accompanied by flat and crunchy tortillas so you can prepare your own toast with sour tilapia, shrimp, octopus and creamy slices of avocado. This small bar in the basement of Williamsburg serves glasses full of sweet and smoked mezcal and has a food menu with grilled shrimp, crispy tacos filled with smoked tuna and refried beans, chunky guacamole topped with salsa macha and other dishes that make us feel closer to Mexico City than we are geographically. Come here for a drink or Happy Hour as soon as possible.
It's not exactly a bar, it's not a full restaurant, but Aldama is worth it. Especially for a sultry date night or a get-together with friends where you both look handsome (and you know it). The truth is that you can find really delicious Mexican food all over the city, whether it's a taco de birria in a truck that goes under a subway track above the ground or in a restaurant with a tasting menu where you'll find some of the best ducks and corn of your entire life. If you've ever been involved in a serious conversation about burritos in New York City, taking a trip here is a must.
In the Houston and Greene space that hosted Burger %26 Barrel for about a decade, you'll now find this Mexican restaurant full of seafood with food from the chef behind Oxomoco and Speedy Romeo.