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Posted by Blanchita121 on 05/22/2006
Blood orange margaritas will quench your thirst w/ pure delight. Reg. margaritas are good too and so is the Ricky Diablo -- what an interesting combo of tequila and beer! The homemade tortilla chips, salsa and guac are some of the best I've ever tasted. The shrimp and/or tuna tacos are very good too -- culd thro in a few more beans and rice. Great music selection plays as you eat and enjoy your group. Only drawback -- no reservations, however, the host was purely pleasant in accommodating our group of 10 (b-day party) and gave us updates constantly.
Posted by edEx on 04/03/2006
If you plan on just drinks (and how can you when the food is "that good"), order the "Ricky Diablo". In a pint glass, 1/4 frozen margarita 3/4 Dos Equis Lager. The margarita sits on the bottom... To best enjoy, sip thru a straw only. The beer must pass thru the margarita like marijuana smoke passes thru water. Drink and Enjoy...
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2006
I've been coming here off and on for the last few months and now it seems whenever I have mexican anywhere else, I'm always judging it against Diablo and Diablo wins hands down. Their tacos are some of the best I've ever had, especially the fish and seafood tacos. The rest of the menu is strong as well, whether it's the mexican burger or the enchiladas. Margaritas are awesome but the Diablo Ricky is so tasty and addicitive it's dangerous.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/10/2006
The food was amazing -- good selection and everything was very fresh and tasty -- and very reasonable. drinks were outstanding. our service was very attentive and knowledgable. great experience all around -- I think I'm going to become a regular!
Posted by Reba on 12/05/2005
I have to say someone must have gone there on a bad night if they had bad service. I have gone a couple of times for brunch and it is a great value. All I can say any place that offers me cheese grits and mexican hot chocolate in one meal holds a place in my heart. Sweet sweet waitstaff who was extremely accomodating to my needs. Keep bringing the homemade mini churros...
Posted by DF Native on 12/01/2005
This is not a typical Mexican restaurant. It has an open kitchen i.e., you can tell the cooks that you loved their food or that you didn't like it for that matter. Try any taco it's in itself a mouthful experience, specially the Fry Fish taco, I sat at the taco bar and I ordered the Veracruz Grill Fish. The grilled perfectly and crispy the fish skin so nicely that when I tasted melted in my mouth. The rice and the beans were OK. My friend had the Mexican Burger very affordable and with great taste. I drank what they call Diablo Ricky frozen margarita with XX beer wonderful so sweet I forgot I was drinking alcohol. Maybe it was the devil who brought me to this place, I had lots of fun, there were plenty of beautiful women to look at, even the waitresses were good looking. I will go back to this place anytime. Viva Mexico and NYC.
Posted by Disgruntled on 09/22/2005
I should have listened to the other reviews but I just had to try out the new mexican restaurant myself. We started with the margaritas and nachos which were both excellent. Honestly I think the margarita was one of the best I've ever had. My friend and I both ordered the tacos, he had the chorizo and ground beef tacos and I had the carne asada and carnitas taco. All the tacos but the carne asada were mediocre. If not weird tasting, then too salty. We received our bill and it ended up being over $90 with tip for just two of us. It's just mexican!