Row 1

86 S Portland Ave (Lafayette)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 643-0000
$ $
Mon–Fri: Noon–11:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Margaritas may be small, but they pack a punch...
  • Oooooh girl get yourself a coconut margarita.
  • Don't have cash? Greene Grape (around the corner) has an ATM with a mere $1 fee
  • Very reasonable margs and guac!
  • eat seriously good Mexican food. get a poblano relleno
  • Best Mexican food in the neighborhood in my opinion. My faves include the chicken tostada or chicken nachos, but the guac and housemade chips are reason alone to drop by.
  • Worst Mexican food ever.... and worst service too.
  • The chilaquiles can be made vegetarian with beans and eggs and are (is?) scrumptious.
  • this restaurant has the most truthful name... stretch out your hands and you touch all the walls lol.. food was decent though..
  • margaritas = STRONG. get the carafe it's a good deal
  • Chicken. Tortilla. Soup. That's all.
  • The lime marg strong and good. I had the shrimp fajitas and they were awesome. The Guac is nice and fresh
  • This is their Tortilla Soup. Very disappointing, yuck. The chicken was in massive chunks with the boiled fat attached or floating to the top of the soup next to the melted sour cream. Nauseating.
  • Get the lunch special with a chile relleno & a margarita
  • Go for the chips/guac and appetizer chicken quesadilla. The appetizer portions are generous and (if you're not starving) can be substituted for a whole entree.
  • Mmm, always hard to decide between Pan C, the breakfast burrito and chilaquiles for brunch. For dinner though, my go to is a margarita, plantains with queso fresco and sour cream, and fish tacos!
  • Black bean and sweet plantain quesadilla!
  • Sit out on the veranda and enjoy a delicious lunch of chicken enchiladas for only 8 dollars! Make it a true siesta and have a cold beer or a potent margarita!
  • I am a slave to Pico. Been craving it ever since Bonita's closed.
  • Breakfast burrito. It's a buy!