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  • Mexican
  • 627 2nd Ave, New York NY10016 40.745132 -73.975981
  • (Btwn 34th & 35th St)
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  • (212) 779-2656
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User Ratings (Based on 96 reviews)

3.775
Food 3.9 Value 3.8
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 779-2656
Fax:
fax
(212) 689-8975
Website:
www.babyboscantinanyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Baby Bo's Cantina for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC Delivery Hours Sun-Thu: 11am-10:45pm Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm
Hours:
Mon-Tue: 11:30am-11pm Wed-Thu: 11:30am-11:30pm Fri: 11:30am-12am Sat: 12pm-12am Sun: 11am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
12.00
Delivery Area:
23rd - 49th St / FDR - 5th Ave 32rd - 37th St / FDR - 7th Ave

User Reviews

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by donald on 04/24/2006

    What happened to the old menu?

    I really can't believe that they changed the menu. This used to be our local go-to mexican. Ever since the new year the menu has been changed and made considerably more expensive. What a bad move! I hope they refine the menu and bring it back to what it used to be...used to be one of the tastiest burritos in town.

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/19/2006

    Baby bo's is back

    Baby Bo's is worth another go; it seems they have worked out the kinks by bringing back almost the entire old menu and combining it with some of the new. Probably will become a Sunday afternoon hot spot for bloody marys and huevos rancheros. Margaritas have always been great. I ought to know, I've had plenty.

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by nyc_transplant on 03/09/2006

    They're Back!

    Great news! Apparently the feedback was loud and clear because the menu has been revised again to include the old favorites like Enchiladas Chipotle and Suizas. Not 100% the same (no sprinkle of lettuce and tomato) but pretty close. All the old-timers should give them another try!

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by PriscillaNYC on 02/23/2006

    What happened?

    I went back here a few weeks ago, after not having been here in a while. First off, they changed the name of the place. Now it is Baby Bo's Cantina. Then they changed the menu - the first hint I got was when my friend and I got this bland runny salsa instead of the spicy, FRESH pico de gallo sauce that I have loved. When I looked at their menu, I saw my vegetarian burrito was not there (well, they said it was under a different name). The waitress recommended one of their new sandwiches, the vegetarian tofu one - so I tried that. It was ok - a little soggy, but I guess I'll have to go back again to check if their veggie burrito is still there (see previous review from 2005). My friend and I waited a while for their food, and it was not very busy at the time at all. Their menus have said to be patient as they are fresh, homemade dishes - but this was the longest we ever waited. I will go back to see if their veggie burrito is the same as in the past; otherwise there is no reason for me to go back...it will be a real disappointment. Too bad, 'cos this place has been one of my favorites. Why all the change? I would've paid a little more for the same ol' delicous, reliable fare...

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by SamuelAt on 02/10/2006

    Holding onto Hope

    Wanting to try the new menu, I have tried the takout on 2 occasions. This is my honest assesment: needs work. I have had both the Colorado Enchiladas and the Crab and Garlic Spinich enchiladas. Both sounded delicious on the menu, yet left me with the same impression -- bland. The enchilada had no kick (and ok, there was some salsa with the chips delivered, but do they want me to have to really season this?), and the nachos were a total disappointment. There was no detectable crab, and the spinich was overwhelming and made the chips soggy. Both made me think of boiled chicken breast and corn meal, and no flavor. On the bright side, I also ordered a long time favorite, the Black Bean soup, which although overpriced ($4.50?) is delicious as ever, and I personally think the garlic-y new salsa is delicious - not a "salsa cruda" like the fabulous predecessor, but no slouch. I am hoping for a rebound in performance, and ownership, if you are reading, how about some old time favorites like Enchiladas Suizas, Chipoltle and Vera Cruz? I love this place so I will be back in person (not take-out) to see how things go.

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by Old Friend of Bo's on 01/28/2006

    7 Years Later, Disappointed

    I can't believe it! 7 years of amazing Bo's food, now fancy-schmancy and overpriced. The once amazing Quesadilla Enorme is now a $10.95, mostly limp tortilla, chicken (no more beef option) and coagulated cheese nothing. This was such a great place!

  • Baby Bo's Cantina

    Posted by nyc_transplant on 01/14/2006

    Sad News

    We've loved Baby Bo's since we moved here in 1997, even suffering through their remodeling closure last year. But now the menu is changed and our favorites, Enchiladas Suizas and Enchiladas Chipotle, are no longer on the menu. Food is still good, but a little bland in our opinion, especially the fresh salsa, formerly the best we ever had, needs to be kicked up a notch. Is there a new owner? Trying to be healthier? If you've never eaten here, you probably will love it. But we miss the old Baby Bo's.

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