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Astoria »

Drink a Cocktail from a Pineapple at Yerba Buena Chef's New Mexican Eatery

Chef Julian Medina and partner Louis Skibar will open Tacuba at 35-01 36th St. on Sept. 15.

Inwood »

Inwood Mexican Restaurant La Pinata Closes

The popular Mexican restaurant closed on July 29, slightly more than a year after opening. 

East Village »

Tiny Taco Joint Closing After Landlord Hiked Monthly Rent to $4K: Owner

Snack Dragon will close its 100-square-foot Third Street spot after the landlord wanted $3,900 a month.

Times Square & Theater District »

Mexicue Opens Times Square Eatery, Drawing Big Crowds

The Mexican food truck's latest brick-and-mortar location is up and running on West 40th Street.

Crown Heights »

Burrito Shop Opens This Weekend in Growing Franklin Ave. Mexican Food Scene

El Barrio Burritos will serve Bay Area burritos, San Jose tacos, smoothies and vegan options.

Chelsea »

Fonda Brings Authentic Mexico City Cuisine to Chelsea

Fonda's third outpost, opening on Ninth Avenue, will specialize in cuisine from Mexico City. 

Lower East Side »

California-Style Mexican Food Coming to Canal Street

Cochinita Dos, an expansion of the original Cochinita in Clinton Hill, is opening on May 9.

Jackson Heights »

What Are the Best Mexican Restaurants in NYC?

We asked you to tell us about your favorite Mexican eats in NYC for Cinco de Mayo.

Prospect Heights »

Make Grilled Corn and a Mezcal Cocktail for Cinco de Mayo

Prospect Heights restaurant Pequeña offers up two easy recipes for your Cinco de Mayo party.

Prospect Heights »

Mexican Restaurant Brings Hefty Burritos to Underhill Avenue

L.A. Burrito offers a full menu of "California-style" Mexican food, including burritos for about $6.

Astoria »

Mexico Blvd. Food Truck Owners to Open Restaurant in Astoria

The as-yet-unnamed restaurant will serve an expanded tacos menu and other Mexico City-style eats.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Record Label to be Replaced by Taco Truck and Bar

A new restaurant with a taco truck from the owners of Mayfield will replace Dub-Stuy Records.

Greenwich Village »

Melting Pot of Passover Dinners Offered by SoHo Restaurants

Restaurants in SoHo and the Village are offering special menus with diverse influences.

Upper West Side »

Booze-Fueled Mexican Street Food Spot Opens on Upper West Side

A new Mexican street food restaurant and an eclectic Indian spot open this week.

Union Square »

'Not-Hooters-Style' Sports Bar Hopes Pink Walls Will Draw Female Patrons

Campeón opened near Union Square last week, featuring "soft" decor and Mexican street-style food.

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