Sure thing: We love Mexican food. New York City is a great place to enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine. There are a couple of restaurants we highly recommend when it comes to Mexican food – Dos Caminos in New York is defensively one of them. There is a reason why locals call Dos Caminos the home of Mexican food in New York City.
With 5 locations in the city it is pretty hard not to run into a Dos Caminos if you are into Mexican food. Dos Caminos is famous for its spicy guacamole, their variety of 100 different kinds of Tequila and their amazing sangria. Also there is a very special atmosphere that comes with a visit at one of their restaurants. Dos Caminos is very welcoming, warm and pretty authentic. After a long day in the city after sightseeing, or for the locals, after a long day at work Dos Caminos allows you to enjoy amazing food and drinks with your friends very peacefully. The interior is typically Mexican and the staff is super charming.
What to eat at Dos Caminos
The menu at Dos Caminos is awesome and offers a wide variety of authentic Mexican food. One dish we highly reccommend is the Asada tacos, or the Mexico City style quesadillas. Enjoy your meal with a glas of wine, red sangria or with one of their special margaritas. Dos Caminos is a very famous place to spot a celebrity by the way. Especially in their SoHo or Meatpacking District location the chances are pretty high to see someone that might look familiar to you. These two locations are the ones with the best reviews also, so make sure to pick one of these two. We advice you to make a reservation because Dos Caminos always gets very busy.
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