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345 7th Ave New York, NY 10001, United States
345 7th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10001
(212) 244-0002mexicue.com
$Mexican Restaurant, Barbecue RestaurantMenu
Mexican Heat + Southern Smoke
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The flavors of Mexico combine with barbecue at this colorful spin-off of a popular food truck.- Google
"I really like the chili sliders and pulled pork sliders!"
"Green chili mac and cheese!"
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Kevin Chan
4 months ago
Picked up their pulled pork sandwich and chilli burrito. More of a fan of the pulled pork sandwich as it was moist and tender and worked well with the potato roll. Not a fan of the burrito though as the rice seemed undercooked or the wrong type of burrito rice was used but i am a fan of the chilli brisket that was in the burrito. It works better as the sandwich with the burnt ends and has a chilli spicey kick. I would pass on the fish tacos as they were bland and the wet veggies really overpowered everything else and the fish was lost. It would of been better fried up instead of plain fish fillets. Sparse seating so definitely a take out spot.
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Richardo Wilson
8 months ago
I've been here with a friend to catch up and hit a quick happy hour type vibe. They have a nice selections of beers, as you will discover as soon as you walk into the restaurant. It's a very basic layout, but has so many cool visual aims that will keep your eyes busy as you walk to the server and make your order. The downstairs is pretty small via it's almost like a hole in the wall type of spot, but there is an nice and spacey upstairs in which you can eat and kick back and chat in peace. It's not a crowded spot so, it's perfect for a date or just a bunch of friends hanging out. It's has window seating so you can look out on the always busy and cool 7th Ave street. Pros: Intimate, Atmosphere, Price Cons: Tiny bathroom, and Narrow stairs to the upstairs area (watch your step) Live Life Unscripted...
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Chanel B
7 months ago
I thought I would give Mexicue another try (at a different location) as I was not too impressed with their salad the first time I tried it out. I had the fish tacos, Arnold Palmer, and tortilla chips. The tacos were delicious but not memorable. The tortilla chips, meh. The Arnold Palmer was watered down, and I didn't have ice. Two tries and still not impressed. Probably won't be back.
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Tim Gilligan
a year ago
I am never disappointed here. The Arnold Palmer is a must and if you get the seasonal peach flavor even better! The food is certainly on the heavy side, so if this is lunch, you may not need dinner. The sandwich portions are healthy and the sides are too. Perhaps not a nuanced approach to Mexican fusion, but the flavors are smart and I am left full and satisfied after a trip.
Michael Mittiga
4 months ago
Decor was awesome, food not so much - beef brisket claimed to be slow cooked for 16 hours, it was hard as a rock. Chips may have been the only good thing there, food terrible.
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Yvonne Lee
5 months ago
Green chili mac and cheese! Do it. Also love their BBQ bowl with Alabama chicken. Takes a touch longer than normal fast food, but definitely worth the wait. Upstairs has seating if you have time to enjoy your meal.
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Naiel Iqbal
12 months ago
The concept of a fusion of Mexican food and barbeque is both exciting and needed. At the same time, this restaurant misses the mark as very little cooking is done there. Most of the food sites in warming trays ready to be assembled by the friendly, though inexperienced staff. Unlike the familiar burrito chain down the street, this place is often empty and it's not hard to see why.
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Tiffany Cheng
a year ago
Mexicue has a fusion-esque menu such as pulled pork sandwiches with spicy black bean sauce and slaw. I think the flavors were good but the pork needed a little more zing. Check out their booth at Broadway Bites.

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