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Dos Caminos Soho

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  • Mexican, Nuevo Latino, Cocktails
  • 475 W Broadway, New York NY10012 40.726568 -73.999835
  • (At Houston St)
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  • (212) 277-4300
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User Ratings (Based on 45 reviews)

Food 3.0 Value 2.5
Service 2.7 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 277-4300
Place Order:
Order From Dos Caminos Soho for delivery & takeout
Take Out Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Lunch Mon-Fri: 12pm-4pm Sunset Daily: 4pm-5pm Dinner Sun-Tue: 5pm-11pm Wed-Thu: 5pm-12am Fri-Sat: 5pm-12:30am Brunch Sat-Sun: 12pm-4pm
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Trendy, Bar Scene, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
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User Reviews

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by So-so on 01/07/2014

    Great Food

    The atmosphere was romantic, candlelight. The food was amazing and drinks even better. Would definitely be going back with friends. Service could of been a little better. waiter was a little bit rude.

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by Vanessa G on 07/24/2011

    You know how to lose a patron

    A Sunday night @ 930, less than 50% full outside, no wait, a host chatting on the phone instead of greeting and yet we (three females) are told we can not sit outside unless we order a full dinner. Drinks and apps are supposedly not enough. After tonight, you lost my business - Rosa is practically the same and yet not as obnoxious. Bad choice, Mr. Host. You pissed me off enough that I'll be spreading the word and not bringing my friends again.

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/25/2011

    Never Again

    Couldn't even finish my tacos they were so fatty. Corn was not fresh. Way overpriced. Try Cafe Habana instead.

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by Emily on 09/29/2010

    Not recommended

    I've not eaten there in a while and finally went back for lunch last week. The chips were so stale and when I mentioned that to the waiter he brought us another batch that was just hard and painful to eat. Ordered mild guacamole, they brought us a spicy version and when we sent it back, they brought us the same spicy guacomole. I've eaten their mild guacomole a few times in the last few years and it always used to be good. The worst part of the experience was that it took almost an hour to get our entree. The service was poor each time we had to search for our waiter.

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by gramercy gal on 02/06/2010

    not impressed

    I am a New Yorker who steers away from Chain Restaurants and prefers the smaller, intimate neighborhood gems.. Okay - we tried Dos Cominos on a whim.. The space and vibe is fine enough however how fancy and Mexican be?? Oh please. Just okay in my book. The signature Guuacamole appitizer was good, but my husband ordered the skirt steak and he was not happy with this choice. I am a vegatarian, so for those out there who also are, not many choices on the menu for us. The spinich salad was boring. The only positive was we were seating rather quickly despite not having a reservation - however in the Bar area - which was fine and our server was very friendly.

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by Jacie on 09/26/2009

    Scuzzy all around

    This is one of a few places tourists seem to congregate in Soho so it gets a lot of traffic, which explains some of the scuzziness, but not all. Tabletops look like somebody's been tapdancing on them, melted lanterns surround the patio, a dirty, cracked tile floor sets the tone indoors, and stacks of dirty dishes at the equally scuzzy waiter's stand provide eye candy as you wait (and wait and wait) for your meal to arrive. I will not be eating here again. The food is adequate, but I couldn't help but think about how tired and overused this restaurant is. This place feels as fresh and clean as the bathrooms downstairs at Grand Central. This is NYC and dirty, scuzzy, restaurants don't suffice. We pay higher prices and we demand more. Clean up your act DS. You're resting on the laurels of a formerly innovative menu and a great location, and the gig is up.

  • Dos Caminos Soho

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/10/2009

    Used to be a favorite...

    Before last weekend, my husband and I found ourselves here a couple of times a month and really loved the place. But our last Dos Caminos meal started off with dirty water glasses and plates (guac & salsa bits) followed by a dirty cocktail glass - salsa mimosa anyone? These things can happen and can generally be easily resolved, but our waitress made the process rather painful. My entree arrived as a 'steak' taco instead of the 'fish' tacos I ordered. Again, our waitress came by to assert that she had HEARD me order the steak tacos (I haven't eaten red meat or poultry for 17 years). At the end of the meal, we were brought coffee full of grounds and 'floating' crumbs and something the manager described as 'curdled heavy whipping cream' to lighten it with. He sent our watress over with fresh coffee and the standard creamer and she delivered it with an astringent 'Let's see how THIS works for you!' Worst of all, we were REALLY apologetic about asking for these things to be corrected and almost embarrassed that things kept going wrong with our meal. The manager seemed dismissive of the whole scenario even after being shocked by the mess our waitress brought us for 'coffee'. Does Dos Caminos really think that their customers are asking for too much by requesting clean tableware, the food that they ordered and food that is edible? These are all things we could have accepted as 'accidents' had they been resolved quickly and curteously. If you feel that the blatantly careless service and disgergard for cleanliness standards would detract from your enjoyment of the fabulous food, avoid this place.

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