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Mexican Restaurant$
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345 7th Ave New York, NY 10001
345 7th AveUSNYNew York10001
$Mexican Restaurant, Latin American RestaurantToday 7:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 8:00 pmSunday Closed
Red-hot Mexican, Down-home Barbecue Goodness. We operate fast-casual restaurants, a full service catering business and a food truck. Tacos, Sliders, Burritos, Rice Bowls, Salads, Sides & More!
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The flavors of Mexico combine with barbecue at this colorful spin-off of a popular food truck.- Google
People talk about food truck, rice bowl, mac & cheese, green chili and bbq brisket
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Naiel Iqbal
reviewed a month 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
reviewed 5 months 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.
Bree Fowler
reviewed 11 months ago
I love this place. One of my favorite lunch places near work. It's a great concept and executes well. Try anything with pulled pork. The mac and cheese and green salsa are both great.
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Tim Gilligan
reviewed 5 months 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.
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Roman Hans
reviewed a year ago
Mexicue has something delicious for everybody, and great side sauces to personalize and add zip. The chicken burrito has lots of chicken, and with added barbecue sauce it's Texas in a burrito. The salads are excellent too and I enjoyed the spicy lime vinaigrette. The only problem? Prices are high, and portion sizes are small (as in a five-inch burrito for $9). It's a significantly worse value than Chipotle, because at Mexicue you can't keep adding crap until the server can no longer lift your burrito. If you've got a small appetite and big wallet, odds are you'll love Mexicue.
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Craig Turpin
reviewed 2 years ago
It's slightly over priced for the portions you get but what they lack in quantity they more than make up for in quality. It started out as my favorite food truck and has since evolved into a cult following. They have so many great seasonal offerings and daily specials its hard to pinpoint one standout item. I love the addition of bulltes to the menu and the awesome bowls they now serve. Top mexican fusion eats in the city.


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