Hecho en Dumbo

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Details
354 Bowery (btwn Great Jones & E.4th)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 937-4245
Mexican
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–Midnight Sat: 11:30 AM–4:00 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–4:00 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Fancier but approachable Mexican with great homemade tortillas and clean, thoughtful flavors.
  • Watch out for the creepy chairs in the bathroom.
  • Tasty food, but small and pricey portions. Traditional Mexican dishes are served up tapas-style to fit the trendy crowd. Nice cocktail menu.
  • Bring a bunch of friends to split the guacamole, enjoy some margaritas and enjoy the rustic small plate offerings. Pay with Cover to easily split the check and dine without waiting for the bill.
  • Tequila and mezcal take center stage in cocktails. For the perfect mix, try the Margarita Tamarindo (housemade tamarind juice, cane sugar, spicy Chile Piquin rim).
  • The place began life as an evening tenant at the Dumbo General Store, but the atmosphere in its new location on the Bowery is meant to evoke the sophistication of contemporary Mexico.
  • Get the Margarita Tamarindo ($11), a smoky, intense, eccentrically Mexican combination of sweet, sour, and hot.
  • Not good at all. Expensive for being 2 $$! @crcasas. Les recomiendo Tacombi, Tortaria, La Esquina, y los de Chelsea Market. Mejor precio, mejor calidad!
  • La mejor comida mexicana en todo #NYC !!!!! Se los puedo garantizar
  • Maybe I ordered the wrong stuff but the food was no bueno... especially for the price *shrug*
  • Great drinks, great food, and as @bourdain would say: no reservations. Get the bone marrow and the fundido and anything that oinks.
  • Las picaditas de jaiba son deliciosas!!
  • Not really that great for lunch, but if you're looking for a solid Margarita.... Fun fact: Foursquare's press photos were shot here https://foursquare.com/about/photos.
  • Holy tacos campechanos. Amazing. Fried pork skins ftw.
  • Gourmet Mexican street food may sound like a contradiction, but according to Madeline Follin of Cults, its a tasty one. Go for the sopes and fundito!
  • Recommended by the Mexican Consul General as one of the most authentic Mexican restaurants in NYC.
  • Picaditas de jaiba, Burritas de Champinones, Yacos de Costilla, and Margatitas...
  • Worth the wait. Sharing is the way to go. Short rib tacos / lobster tacos = good ish
  • If you have not gone to Hecho En Dumbo and had their Lucio, you have sinned agaist your tastebuds. I command you to go back there and ORDER IT!!!
  • Standouts on the daily brunch menu include the earthy and rich enmoladas with duck meat (tortillas dipped in mole sauce, filled and rolled) for $12.