mango guacamole with jicama and chipotle, tacos estilo baja - beer battered mahi mahi with Mexican style cole slaw and chipotle aioli, tacos de camaron shrimp, garlic-chipotle mojo, avocado ceviche de dorado with mahi mahi, avocado, tomato, orange-chile de arbol broth
Authentic Mexican cuisine by nationally renowned Chef Patricio Sandoval.
Expertly blending traditional Mexico with creative interpretations of local and seasonal ingredients is the inspiration behind Mercadito restaurants. Spanish for little market , Mercadito is modeled after the markets chef Patricio Sandoval shopped at while growing up in his native Mexico. His muse is the cuisine of the southern region but when mixed with his own style he creates authentic...
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."
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.
Food and drinks here were delicious! Tacos look small, but it's definitely plenty of food. Traditional and Little Market margaritas were strong and well...
Miss this place so much. It was my go to Mexican restaurant. Can't believe it closed. So sad :(
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...
Part of the mini-chain with restaurants in NY, Chicago and Miami, this Mercadito in the East Village is a Mexican restaurant that stands out a little more amongst the city's plethora of fast-food fare from south of the border. Its menu offers a varied array of dishes that focus on ceviche, a salted method of cooking seafood. Alongside ceviche, the restaurant offers an extensive list of tequila...
What to Drink: The house margaritas are outstanding, especially the citrus version with orange, grapefruit, lemon and a bit of habanero for zing, and the margarita "de playa" with orange, lime and jicama juices, and a touch of chipotle. For purists, the chelada---beer, lime, Worcestershire and Tabasco.
The Extras: Want to enjoy Mercadito's authentic cuisine at your next party? Call for catering rates.
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