MexiBBQ Kitchen & Draught

Row 1

37-11 30th Ave (btwn 37th & 38th St.)
Astoria, NY 11103
(718) 626-0333
Mexican, Breakfast, Bar
$ $
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–Midnight Fri: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM Sun: 11:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • BEST brisket. Really yummy drinks too!
  • The brunch eggs benedict is OFF THE HOOK!!
  • Great place to spend a hurricane !!! There always open !!!!!!!! #mexiqqqqq
  • Sunday brunch w/the $7 unlimited booze = Winning!
  • They opened last week.They were out of chicken,cider, no substitutions - I asked no meat in a quesidilla-they said no! WTF!
  • Umm manger is heartless guy who Dosent like Christmas
  • Artful presentation of the food & the restaurant itself is nice inside. Portions are small for the price & the quality is just "meh." Go for the happy hour drink specials. Eat somewhere else.
  • Make sure to check out MexiBBQs booth at 4Knots Festival 7/14 at South Street Seaport!
  • All of their salads are great! You will be surprised :)
  • This place serves Founders, the best brewery- bar none
  • The BBQ brisket tacos are to die for! The creamed corn side dish is the best. I had the strawberry beer which was a great addition to the meal.
  • Beef brisket + eggs benedict= Awesome!
  • I'd honestly just come for the beer. They have a fantastic selection. The food isn't bad either but the painfully slow service is what kills this place. It's almost as if you don't exist. Damn shame.
  • The endless mimosas should be illegal. They're too good to exist.
  • If you don't know what a michelada is try it here
  • Great brunch spot. Unlimited bloody Mary's mimosa, or Mexican beer
  • Overpriced
  • The food is okay, but this place is horrible for a group over 4. Slow service. Like, really slow.
  • Really bad, slow service. Was there with four servers working and about 4 tables and it took 20 minutes to get our orders taken & overpriced. Atmosphere is nice, but my only experience there was not
  • Went with a small group and ordered sampling platters. Recommend the nachos and the cazuela sampler!

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