Row 1

251 W 50th St (at 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 581-1818
Mexican, Latin American
$ $ $
Mon, Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Tue–Thu: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Toloache is coincidentally the name of a Congolese river guide who told me the funniest joke I have ever heard. It gets lost in translation but contains the phrase, hamster jorts.
  • Guacamole is served three ways here and even has its own tasting menu.
  • Must try the trio of Guacamole. The "con fruta" is excellent.
  • Try the black truffle quesadilla or lobster tacos. The trio of guacamole, which includes a hot chipotle version and one with mango, apples and and pomegranate topping, is also a good bet.
  • eat here someday
  • Try the Langosta Taco here, made with buttery hunks of poached lobster sauted with a chile de arbolbased morita salsa. It's one of NYC's 26 best tacos!
  • Try the guacamole, ask for extra cilantro
  • Order a trio of guacamoles along with a margarita, and then ceviche, quesadillas and tacos with a second and hey, now! a third.
  • Guac trio is great
  • Spicy guacamole with chipotle. Heaven.
  • Riasandia the best margarita in the house!!!
  • Roja guac + free 2nd margarita + accidentally received someone else's margarita (3) = favorite NYC Mexican spot
  • Try an assortment of guacamoles with an assortment of margaritas :p
  • The pomegranate guac goes well with a pama marg. yep. And tacos. Must have all tacos.
  • Dressed up Mexican cuisine with good margaritas Just be careful: it can get loud.
  • Try the Langosta Taco, made with buttery hunks of poached lobster sauted in a chile de arbolbased morita salsa. This decadent taco was named one of the best in New York.
  • Cucumber jalapeo margarita, chicken tacos, and Mexican hot chocolate were all fantastic.
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  • Typical midtown crowd; great food, small portions. Extraordinary chips and salsa. Good margs.
  • The Ria Sandia is a great cocktail!