Antojeria La Popular

Mexican Restaurant
50 Spring St, New York, NY 10012 50 Spring St, New York Directions
This place has not been rated by customers.
73% of 26 customers recommended
This place is closed.

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Report | 3 years ago
Highly recommend
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Wait staff needs to be more attentive and bring waters to the table without patrons having to ask.
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OK for meeting friends, loud & noisey
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Service is slow -- if you're not in a rush it's fine
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Very small. Tapas very expensive and not worth the price they charge. In addition, they added 18% gratuity for two people. Excessive to say the least.
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One of my favorite NYC restaurants!!
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20 on just tax and tip for two people?! 10 dollar tacos . Fu ck that sh it
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Very nice service. Friendly and attentive.
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The management should really talk to their staff, management wants to do this Groupon but it's the staff in the front dealing with customers, if the staff is not happy the customers will get the end of the stick and makes it a horrible experience for them. When our waitress tried to add 20%gratuity had to ask her for my Groupon and show me where does it stipulate that add on. I run a restaurant and I am a food blogger. This was def a bad experience and def won't be coming back. I hope the management sees this and know what their staff is doing to their business!
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Great service
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From Our Editors

Antojeria La Popular is not a typical Mexican eatery. UrbanDaddy calls it "subversive," Zagat says it "took a little risk." There is no better dish to confirm this fact than the Oaxaca tostada, a mildly named menu item with an unorthodox ingredient: deep-fried crickets, seasoned with lime and piled with guacamole and crema. This is but one of the dishes that populates a menu inspired by the kind of food you'd find by simply walking the streets of Mexico. More familiar flavors lie in the Colima, a blue-corn tostada adorned with raw tuna, avocado, chipotle mayo, and salsa verde, and the Monterrey, a taco filled with chorizo, chicharrón, and sirloin with salsa roja. The drinks are just as authentic as the food, as mixologists blend cocktails of horchata with white wine and guava nectar with prosecco, and create four styles of micheladas by mixing beer with a range of exotic ingredients. Like having dinner in a gingerbread house with no doors, it would be unwise to skip dessert—Antojeria La Popular honors street-food tradition right down to the sweets with a trio of paletas, small popsicles in a variety of seasonal flavors.

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