179 Avenue B New YorkNY10009
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The group owns and operates five acclaimed concepts. Mercadito, the company’s flagship concept, includes two locations in New York, as well as Mercadito in Chicago and Mercadito in Miami. The team also owns and operates Double A, an intimate, exclusive cocktail lounge located beneath Mercadito in Chicago. The group opened its second Chicago restaurant, Tavernita, in January 2012, followed by...
by yasabe on October 13, 2014 from yasabe


The Extras: Want to enjoy Mercadito's authentic cuisine at your next party? Call for catering rates.
by ezlocal on November 02, 2017 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go: After opening with a no-reservation policy, the restaurant is now taking reservations.
by ezlocal on November 02, 2017 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

To "quench taco cravings", hit these crosstown Mexican "favorites" where the "fair-priced", "authentic tastes" are best washed down with a "terrific margarita" or two; both the service and the "tight" quarters are "undistinguished", but in warm weather, the West Villager's patio is the "spot to be."
by zagat on October 25, 2013 from zagat
Strolling through the East Village and craving Mexican food? Tacos, tortas, or huevos with a margarita or a glass of wine at this charming little Mexican cantina are a good choice for brunch. Dinner time is for more noble entrees such as marinated steaks, red snapper, and sea food items.
by nyc on November 04, 2012 from nyc
THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mercadito Restaurant Review:
This East Village eatery has attempted to bring a taste of the “real” Mexico to New York City. And it largely succeeds. Owner-executive chef Patricio Sandoval serves up a reasonably priced menu of ceviches, tacos and botanas (appetizers), complemented by a small raw bar. Noteworthy dishes include ceviche “callo de hacha” of marinated bay scallops, red onions, avocado, watermelon, mint, oranges...
by gayot on November 08, 2011 from gayot
"Little market" serves up haute southern Mexican fare in formerly shady surroundings. In warm weather, hit the courtyard and forget you're in the East Village—if you hadn't accomplished that already by, you know, just walking down the street. Ceviches and baked bluepoint oysters, but you're really here for the kee of beer-battered tilapia tacos. Get a Patron snifter, a little cacti to the side,...
by blackbookmag on September 17, 2011 from blackbookmag

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by menuism on January 26, 2017 from menuism