Great Tex-Mex restaurant featuring the best margaritas in New York City as voted by City Search. Authentic Mexican cuisine with a flare for grilled ... More
El Rio Grande
Great Tex-Mex restaurant featuring the best margaritas in New York City as voted by City Search. Authentic Mexican cuisine with a flare for grilled fish. *Please note: Reservations are not available for outdoor seating. Thank you.
I went there after the Revlon Breast Cancer Walk with a bunch of girls. We had a blast. The Margharitas were realy yummy, rasberry and the food was very good. The service was incredible, and we got loads of free salsa, chips and guac for free. You really can't beat that. I would definitely go back.
For Real Mexican food its ok but its not like your eating real mexican food. If you are ever in San Diego go to Las Cuatros Milpas by the coronado bridge..this is authentic mexican food...its ok food for being in New York
I have lived in the south my whole life. I visit the Northern world from time to time and NEVER found anything resembling mexican food or tex mex. Every resturant was owned and ran by Asians. I refuse to belive that El Rio could hold a candle to 1000's of places in the south. I may be wrong but after reading the reviews I have little doubt. 50 bucks for a dinner for two would be outrageous and any mexican resturant I have ever been to. You want Pizza go to NY you want Mexican food go to a border state......
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