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Our highly anticipated second Rosa Mexicano location opened in July 2000. Just steps away from Lincoln Center, this impressive David Rockwell-designed space features a 30-foot iridescent blue tile water wall that spans both levels of the restaurant and is adorned with 240 miniature cliff divers. Here you’ll also find a dramatic “floating” staircase made of orange and red terrazzo slabs and backlit panels behind the bar embedded with rose petals. Awarded “Best Restaurant 2000” by Interiors Magazine, this unique, contemporary look ushered in a new era for us at Rosa Mexicano.
This is one of my favorite Mexican restaurant in the US (NYC and in DC). My visit to the one by Lincoln center was not as good as in the past. Perhaps they were having a bad day. I orders the "chile relleno" and it...More
Great food, great service and decent prices (in the context of Manhattan restaurants). Try the guacamole dip - it's made fresh at your table & so-o-o tasty. Bonus: no reservations (?) We dropped in after the matinee showing of My Fair Lady, and had almost...More
Had tickets to the Metropolitan Opera on a work night so needed something quick and close. It was also NYC Restaurant Week and Rosa Mexicano was a participant! We had a 5 PM reservation and arrived on time but were kept waiting in the small...More
I called to make reservation. Was told that since my party over 13 (it was 15 but included 4 small children) I would have to make a contract with them and have a pre-fixe menu which begins at $36 per person. I expressed my lack...More
We have been to Rosa Mexicana several times. We Love their fresh guacamole bar....they make it table side to your liking. Very nice atmosphere with good table service. They also have a nice choice of cocktails.
Regional Mexican done very well. With the exception of the nacho chips and salsa served at the beginning of the meal there was nothing about this restaurant that wasn’t authentic regional Mexican. So many restaurants try but fail to capture the many flavors of Mexico.