El Loco Mexican Cafe invites wandering gastronomes inside to pick tasty stomach stuffers from the menu of Mexican, Tex-Mex, and Nuevo-Southwestern cuisine. After sampling homemade guacamole ($5.50) or a shared platter of turkey-stuffed Buenos nachos ($11.25), diners frighten away their hunger by exposing it to chicken mole negro ($15.50), quesadillas filled with the likes of ancho chicken, portabello mushrooms, or just plain queso ($9.25–$12.25), or a chorizo chimichanga sautéed with onions and peppers, wrapped in a tortilla, and deep fried to the color of a golden-brown rose ($11.25).
Since opening the first location in 2004, the crew behind Hot Harry’s has attracted a slew of press for their Mexican-fusion fare. Chefs marinate six varieties of meat in cilantro, lime, and fresh-squeezed oranges before stuffing them in warm flour tortillas or piñatas designed for a butcher's retirement party. In addition to the classic triad of guacamole, sour cream, and cheese, they can enhance burritos with drizzles of thai-peanut and buffalo sauce.
A fun family Irish pub that is sports oriented. We offer 1/2 price lunches Mon-Fri 12-2pm and the best daily specials. Enjoy a great beer selection with 75 bottles choices and 17 on tap. 35 TV's in house. OTB horse wagering. Live Music Friday pm. Kids get coloring sheets/teddy grahams. Crane Game and other games too
Badass Burrito is New York’s destination for eclectic Mexican cuisine and inventive Americana fare, offering dedicated diners a menu full of tasty eats. Start with an edible meal preamble with appetizers including the badass wings, feathered with mild, medium, hot, or mango barbecue sauce($7), or the chipotle vinaigrette-dressed smoked tofu and tomato ($4.75). Signature items such as the cowgirl burrito, with its roasted, shredded chicken and sautéed onions ($8), and the pastrami reuben ($8.50) make loyal devotees out of first-time diners. The badass Mexican items, all of which refuse subsidized attitude adjustments along with their yearly check-up, include the carne asada-laden Tijuana street tacos ($4) and the gigantic nachos supreme, which are topped with your choice of meat plus chili con queso, guacamole, sour cream, onions, scallions, and more ($9.75). Weekend warriors counting down until Saturday’s armor-free samurai sword toss at the Y can pass the time with daily specials such as the Troy cheese steak ($7) or the taco salad ($6).