Cochinita Dos, an expansion of the original Cochinita in Clinton Hill, is opening on May 9.
We asked you to tell us about your favorite Mexican eats in NYC for Cinco de Mayo.
Prospect Heights restaurant Pequeña offers up two easy recipes for your Cinco de Mayo party.
L.A. Burrito offers a full menu of "California-style" Mexican food, including burritos for about $6.
The as-yet-unnamed restaurant will serve an expanded tacos menu and other Mexico City-style eats.
A new restaurant with a taco truck from the owners of Mayfield will replace Dub-Stuy Records.
Restaurants in SoHo and the Village are offering special menus with diverse influences.
A new Mexican street food restaurant and an eclectic Indian spot open this week.
Campeón opened near Union Square last week, featuring "soft" decor and Mexican street-style food.
Julian Medina's Toloache Thompson opened at 205 Thompson St.
The owner of Leo's Clothing and Records diversified his offerings to draw in new customers.
A new chef at Teqa in Kips Bay has made tequila the center of each dessert.
The Tex-Mex chain is opening in "early 2014" on Sixth Avenue, just south of Bryant Park.
The restaurant has served Forest Hills for 25 years.
The Upper East Side Eatery will feature "bottomless brunch" offerings to celebrate the holiday.
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