The atmosphere is very friendly, the food is good and the service ok. We went for a Sunday brunch and the menu was well served.
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Cocktails - well made Chips and Guac - big quantity and quality still kept high Service - very well and genuine Overall a great place to eat and drink.
nice mexican spot, is nice to eat outside in the heart of ne of the most trendy area of new york, they do an amazing "fake pizza"
When I saw the menu, it seemed too "fusion", but it surprised me in a good way. We ordered the tacos platter. 8 tacos, 2 of each, carnitas, chicken, beef and fish. I must confess they were very good. The service was great. It tiok a little long to get the food but it was well worth it. Margaritas were... More
Our experience at Dos Caminos started off badly with a hostess who really could have cared less if we were there. We asked for a shaded table, as t was mid day and blazing lay hot. At least 6 tables were available, and he said she would see what she could do!?! Our server basically had the same uninterested attitude.... More
We had lunch here and the staff were great. Fast and pleasant service from the time we walked through the door. The food was also really good, the open taco is recommended! The interior of the restaurant with bare brick wall give it an authentic feeling
After visiting the Whitney Museum with my wife and 3 kids (ages 6, 4, and 8 months) we stopped here for lunch. Delicious Mexican food and very very family friendly- great kids menu (includes drink, veggie sticks, side dish, entree and dessert for a low price) and the kids got crayons and wiki stix when seated. We were there at... More
We ate here last Sunday, June 5th which was also Gay Pride day. This was important as the restaurant is near the end of the parade and next to the street fair celebrating the same event. Thus it was more crowded than usual which made service a little slow. Slow service .was the only, even slightly, negative thing about our... More
We had lunch ad Dos Caminos on the Meat Packing District and it was very good. The Asada Tacos were great as was the guacamole and the street vegetables. The drinks are also very good and they do not hold back on the alcohol. We ate outside and did a lot of people watching. Very close to the Highline as... More
Met some old friends for dinner on a Friday night. Definitely a happening place. Worth it to sit outside to soak up the atmosphere of the neighborhood. However inside was ok. Crowded and the wait staff was slow Food and drinks were good not great Restrooms were horrific I was shocked to find them really dirty with some flooding in... More
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