Dos Caminos

Row 1

675 Hudson St (at W 14th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 699-2400
$ $ $
Mon–Tue, Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Wed–Thu: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–1:00 AM


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  • Their guacamole recipe is no secret. The fact that they stole my guacamole recipe is.
  • If you go to Dos Caminos, you must have the Guacamole (they make it at the table - love that!) and the frozen strawberry margaritas or prickly pear margaritas.
  • pre-party beverages or post-party brunch? check!
  • Horrible super SLOW service. This place needs to catch up. Disgrace to the city.
  • The Mexican chain is less about the food -- which is tasty as hell: fresh guac, smoked chicken flautas, all kinds of tacos -- and more about the boozy warm-weather scene.
  • One of my favourites in NYC
  • Bites and beverages meet late night in Meatpacking! This party is going on well after your mama's bedtime...
  • They took the flautas off the menu? How can this be?!
  • The key here is a giant wood oven, a hold over from Vento. Rib eye sizzles with smoked bacon and poblano chilies. Plus, large cuts and tacos stuffed with Yucatan-styled roasted pork. THE OVEN RULES.
  • Adorable place. Highly recommended
  • The guacamole here is OH MY GOD
  • Time to party into 2012! Cheers here:
  • Try the mango margarita it is amazinggggg
  • food is unmemorable, but guacamole is delicious and it's a perfect place for warm weather drinks
  • after moving from the west coast, priority #1 was locating some amazing mexican. mission accomplished. i die for the guac and the carne parrillada.
  • Unfriendly waiters. Not fun like other dos caminos locations. My bloody Mary was watery. Food was good.
  • Must try the Guacamole!
  • In honor of the Tribeca Film Festival, try the "Mango Patch", a delicious combination of BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Gin, mango puree, lime, and mint.
  • My sister wives and I went out with our husband jake and he let us split a beer. The tacos were great.
  • Our pick for "Best Guacamole." What makes it so good? Always fresh, it's prepared tableside in a lava stone molcajete, the traditional Mexican version of the mortar and pestle.