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Rosie's

Mexican Restaurant

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Rosie's64.5
brunch • tacos • churros • tortillas

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  • Photo of Raja H
    2 years ago
    To start, we split the Chicharron de Queso: crackers of cheese crisps w/ pumpkin-peanut seed salsa. Quite different and worth trying, but it's one-dimensional and heavy. Try it if you've got a group of four willing to share the plate.
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  • Photo of Raja H
    2 years ago
    Came here w/ Ben for brunch. Great setting for a beautiful day, with the walls that open out onto the street. Food isn't traditional Mexican, but it's interesting enough to pay a visit for. Had the horchata and torta w/ green chorizo.
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  • Photo of Eric Kramer
    3 years ago
    The "Rosie" Margarita is legit if you're into spicy.
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  • Photo of Kyle Marinko
    3 years ago
    Good for outdoor seating
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  • Photo of Infatuation
    3 years ago
    Rosie’s is the new Mexican restaurant from the people behind Cookshop. With an excellent outdoor area and all the windows opened to the street, you’ll want to hang out here with a taco and some tequila.
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  • Photo of Joe Charles
    3 years ago
    One of my fav co-workers just so happens to be married to one of my fav chefs. Chester Gerl of Hundred Acres is part of the collaborative effort behind the Mexican menu at Rosie's (along w/Mark Meyer & Vicki Freeman) Ceviche, tacos, it's all great!
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  • Photo of Deluxpinion
    6 months ago
    I pass this great looking Mexican restaurant often, it has a nice outside area, and even tried a couple of times to get a table for dinner, but it's always crowded and the wait is at least 30 minutes, so this Friday I passed by on the early side, around 7:00 and it looked like there may be some tables and we grabbed one. The food is really worth the trouble, thought the service is not so great because it's big and crowded and as usual these days, not enough waiters to handle the influx
  • Photo of YG-USA
    6 months ago
    Unique elaborate cocktail menu, fun open kitchen, simple yet inviting open floor plan and variety of Mexican food options to accommodate everyone's preferences makes this local neighborhood a local and tourist favorite.... we loved it!
  • Photo of jct_pl
    6 months ago
    Creat food and service. The ceviche was amazing! And the price was more than ok for the quality that I received.
  • Photo of Micma981
    7 months ago
    Loved this place! Friendly staff, so many great options on the menu and atmosphere was perfect. We tries the tacos, tamales, tortillas with guacamole, beans and, to top it off, churros. Great taste and variation in the tacos, the a la minute made tortillas were great.
  • Photo of Denise W
    8 months ago
    If you are anywhere remotely close to Rosie's - you need to make it all the way here. A beautiful woman is making hand made corn tortilla's in the middle of the restaurant. Angela (the manager) is delightful. MUSTS include: the fish or shrimp taco, the enchilada Suizias, and the Salsa Macha Salad is truly one of top 5 foods on the planet. It is a house speciality (secret recipe) and is made up of every food I love. You cannot go wrong with anything you order here. Do yourself a favor and make it a stop on you trip to the East Villiage.
  • Photo of Ngreig
    8 months ago
    Have been here several times - always very good food and service . We had guacamole , various tacos, and delicious carnitas of pork with tortillas . Very good Margeritas. I have had seafood in the past and it was excellent . Lively atmosphere . Can't wait to go back .
  • Photo of HAS_NYC
    8 months ago
    Rosie's is located in an exciting neighborhood of Manhattan that begs you to explore. The night we went to Rosie's you had the option of siting inside or out. You can watch tortillas being made by hand as well as tacos in the center of the restaurant. The drink menu is extensive and the basic margarita hit the spot. We started with guacamole and tasty chips. The dish also came with 2 types of salsas; red spicy and green less spicy. For our main course we shared (2 people) a flight of flavorful soft tacos, fish, chicken and beef. Each was unique and flavorful. We also had a braised lamb entree that could become habit forming. Wait staff was attentive and honored substitutions based on food allergies.
  • Photo of Ethan H
    9 months ago
    My wife and ordered the spectacular Asada Qaxaqueña, which is like a Mexican aircraft carrier of meats, cheese and more. Remarkable flavors. The dish was NOT on the light side, but worth the calorie investment. They also have a wide variety of smaller dishes. Staff was first-rate. We were here dining in this space years ago when it was a Greek place. It was good. This is phenomenal. Price point was very good.
  • Photo of Camila120428
    9 months ago
    We shared the Oaxaca style grilled meats platter which had generous servings of thin well seasoned pork, juicy and spicy sausages, dried beef, all grilled, and a salad of cucumber and turnip and, my favorite, grilled cheese. It was for two but it could have easily served 3 people. We also had a taco each to start. We couldn't resist the soft shell crab which was really good. I had a glass of classic margarita which made the experience even better. The service staff were all pleasant and attentive. I will definitely go back.
  • Photo of rogersgreen
    9 months ago
    Atmosphere so ideal with outdoor and indoor and bar seating. Super service and open late!! The steak Carne Asada was above and beyond!! Cheese was amazing!!
  • Photo of JRenfrew
    9 months ago
    Today, May 9, 2017, the NY Times had a story on how a stranger jumped down to the tracks to save a homeless man who had just fallen off the platform in the subway station. David works part time at Rosies, a restaurant near the 2nd street subway station, and was very brave to act quickly and save this man! I have yet to eat at Rosies but now will be sure to go there as they have a true hero on staff!
  • Photo of Robert Y
    9 months ago
    The service was excellent. The food was not so good. I could have had a better meal at Chilli's. My wife's chicken was sub-par and my steak was not the greatest. The drinks hit the spot. Are we going back? No....we'll try a different place next time we're in NYC.
  • Photo of Flaco1976
    10 months ago
    We were in the area and found this fun, cool restaurant. Food is lovely, staff is very kind and everything was delicious. Next time in NY we'll be back for sure, try: tacos al pastor, tres leches dessert and the coffe!
  • Photo of Darryl M
    10 months ago
    This place has the best Mexican food ever, don't forget the bloody mary with tequila and vodka...best there is
  • Photo of Kristen M
    a year ago
    Love this restaurant- great margaritas and delicious small plates to share. It's perfect for when you want to get everyone together. The atmosphere is very casual and cozy. It's bustling and busy- keep that in mind if you're trying to go there for happy hour drinks or Friday Night dinner.
  • Photo of Philippe D
    a year ago
    Went there with friends and everything was perfect. We sampled and shared regular and weird stuff (octopus salad, cauliflower salad, mixed grill -all was good and tasty. Only regret - we should have ordered a margarita pitcher instead of single glasses, because they are so good it's difficult to stick to just one ! And the settings are really cool too.
  • Photo of Antionio10
    a year ago
    Reliable good Mexican cooking in a nice setting. Good service and vibe. Tacos, Enceladus, all good. This is a good family and group restaurant.
  • Photo of Brandon F
    a year ago
    Rosie's is an amazing date spot nestled right in the East Village! Would recommend to friends, couples, or anyone looking for good food and a great atmosphere.
  • Photo of Remy M
    a year ago
    At Rosie's on 29E and 2nd ave in East Village, they will hand you two menus - one with it all and one with a selection of five tacos. Stick to the latter, not because its something wrong with the former. The fact is that they pull of the tacos on the menu much better than the other dishes (based on my three experiences on this place). Would recommend four taco-dishes to share together with chips and guacamole together with some Italian wine (cudos for cool wineglasses)
  • Photo of cmejlbo
    a year ago
    Ambiance, the service..... Just missed the flavor. It's not that the food was bad, it just didn't have any flavor,. Had gotten this place recommended for good Mexican food, But maybe I expect too much? Still haven't found a good Mexican restaurant here on the east coast, my favorite once are still in CA. The magiritas was good, the service great. The salsa did not even have a hit of spice, The Carne asada was so flavorless... what a disappointment. This is not a place thats going to end on my list for restaurants that I would like to revisit.

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