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Posted by Anonymous on 06/22/2011
I really was pleased with the service
Posted by budinado on 09/25/2010
Ordered a "low carb" burrito plate and was surprised by the childsized portion. My tiny burrito had at most three small pieces of chicken. One of the worst tasting Margaritas I have sampled. Steer clear of this place!
Posted by shabuchwae on 07/14/2010
Uhm...a drink combining margarita, sangria, and corona?? YES!! NOW!! PLEASE!!! GIMME!!!! I've been a faithful customer of theirs for years. I recommend this place to anyone, especially if you're seeing a show next door at New World Stages. Blockheads doesn't serve the best or most authentic mexican food...there is always a wait...and they did away with their super huge margarita. They're slowly going downhill for me.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2010
I love this place!! Me and my girls come here plenty of times and the food is filling and the drinks are yummy! I def recommend this place
Posted by dikamba on 08/12/2009
so went for lunch. have been to their upper east locations aslo. food is standard tasty fresh. was surprised by 3 margaritas that were actually tasty and boozy. just what i like. good portions although not crazy big. lots of outdoor seating, not so much indoor. good for quick casual lunch. near times square so propbably cheapest good food/drinks you can get in this hood
Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2008
Love the food. Love the atmosphere. Excellent prices. Cheap margaritas. Outdoor seating. Sometimes there can be a bit of a wait, but its worth it. Don't come here expecting the finest authentic Mexican cuisine, but if you take it for what is, the food is great. I've been there several times and had great experiences every time. Always get more food than I can eat.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/04/2008
First off, they flubbed our seamlessweb order. I'm not sure how that works, since it is all in writing, but if they weren't able to meet our specifications they should have called to tell us so. Whatever, we were hungry, so we set to work on what they sent us, and were unfortunately confounded by the burritos themselves. They weren't closed! They were kind of tucked in and rolled up, but the burritos were left wholly open on both sides. I haven't eaten a burrito with a knife and fork in years. Not that it was worth the effort. And the chips and salsa? Yuck. Like something you'd pick up in the dust-covered recesses of the processed food section of a supermarket. Or something you'd eat in a college cafeteria. On a dare.