Restaurant Guide - Mexican Restaurants

Restaurant Guide - Mexican Restaurants

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    The menu has tacos, burritos, entrées, tortas, salads, and soups. Notable specials—you should call to confirm they’re still on—include Taco Tuesday ($2 each) and Friday Burrito ($6).
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    The popular Tortilleria Nixtamal in Corona, Queens—famous for its tortillas—has opened a kiosk on the southern side of the Municipal Building. Tacos, tortas, and tamales are on offer; seating is exclusively outdoors. It’s open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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    The Bigger Place (which was the Little Place before it expanded after 9/11) has a family-run vibe, and while it gets very busy for weekday lunch, the staffers are nice even when they’re rushed.
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    Dos Toros Taqeuria—at Hudson Eats, the food court overlooking the Brookfield Place Winter Garden (on the second level)—is almost exactly like Chipotle, without the hassle of crossing West Street (if you’re already in Battery Park City, that is).
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    The American/Mexican food doesn’t try to be sophisticated in any way, shape, or form; you can probably get ranch dressing with everything. Portions are large.
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    Be sure to ask about the specials, which might include tamales. Note: The restaurant is open for breakfast, and dinner is BYOB (but the space feels fast-foody, so you may want to BYO candle, too).
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