Dos Caminos Meatpacking District

Neighborhoods: Meatpacking District
Cuisine: Mexican, Italian, Latin American

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  • 6/02/2016

    A Mexican food lover from Albany, NY tried it, didn't like it, and rated it . They liked the food, didn't like the service, and didn't like the ambiance.

12 / 20
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February 16, 2012

So So

Good food. Nice place but I've had better food in the city. I was really excited to go here i thought I was going to be blown away for some reason but it was just ok. Nothing more or less.
October 26, 2010

Nothing to write home about.

For as pricey as this place is I would expect home made chips that are not over salted. Chips here are so thin they feel and look cheep. At $8 for three the stuffed jalapenos did not deliver. The Mexico City style quesadillas were tasty…
May 17, 2010

Citysearch Editorial Review

The fifth location of B.R. Guest's popular Mexican chain offers the same above-average cuisine that made the first four so successful, with a prime Meatpacking District address to boot. Housed in a deceptively large space, Dos Caminos MePa…

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Mexican Italian Good for groups
  • Reservations are not required but the resto is popular, and the location draws a lot of foot traffic. If you want to avoid a wait, make a reservation or drop in during off-hours. Also, this ain't no Mexican street food cart. Expect to drop some money if you're ordering a full meal plus drinks.
  • A lengthy list of tequilas is joined by a menu of specialty cocktails and several bottled beers. Regular mixed drinks are also available, but when in Rome--or in this case, Mexico--you might as well go for a good old margarita.
  • Craving Dos Caminos but looking for more of a bar scene? Head to 675 Bar (enter on 13th Street or through the candlelit stairwell in the actual restaurant), where you can order food off the Dos Caminos menu.
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Dos Caminos Meatpacking District is located near the cities of Tribeca, Peck Slip, Canal Street, Trinity, and Financial District.
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