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Dos Caminos Third Avenue
Posted by anonymous on 11/30/2009
Was there on Sunday the 29th and was welc0med and treated great. I didnt have a reservation and was late for brunch. I asked the male host(Ray) if anything could be done about brunch cause i really wanted steak and eggs. To my surprise without hestitation he went to talk to chef to make it happen. Thanks alot made my day.
Posted by anonymous on 09/12/2009
I am a regular. Don't go there on a Friday night; the noise is deafening. The service is mixed as well. If you go during the week or on a Sunday night (best time), it is quieter and the service is pretty good. The prices are not a value, but the food is very tasty. Get the guac. For entrees, I recommend the quesadillas, the ribeye and the camarones en cazuela. Also, the margaritas, particularly the frozen prickly pear, are out of this world. They keep me coming back.
Posted by "anonymous" on 07/20/2009
Went there the other night with some friends. Dos Caminos has a great vibe, decor, and dj! It took a while for our waiter to take our order and deliver the check but our delicious food came out very quickly after we ordered it. I will definitely go back to Dos Caminos, in fact I'm heading back there this week! Highly recommend it
Posted by foodie on 07/02/2009
Went there on 7/1 and was very disapoointed with the food. Have gone in the past & was always a big fan. It's disappointingto see that the food has gone down hill. Everything else was very good. Our waiter (Justin) was excellent - very attentive & helpful.
Posted by Rob on 02/26/2009
great value. Service a little slow but thats because its always busy. great place to start the night off with a date or group of friends. 2 full meals (delicious btw), 2 drinks, and a tip comes to under $50.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/12/2008
I have been to Dos Caminos on Third Ave twice, and both times I was more than satisfied with the food, but unsatisfied with the wait-staff. The open face shrimp quesadilla is delicious, as are the chicken enchiladas. The guacamole is good, but better elsewhere. The first time I was there for lunch and it was not crowded at all, but it took us almost 15 minutes to even get a menu, and then another 20 minutes to place drink and food orders. When we finished out meal it took over a half hour to find our waiter!! My friend and I thought it was just us, but then we noticed the table next to us had also been trying to find the waiter!! It was not until a man at the other table got up and actually went into the back to find him that he came out! The second time I was there during restaurant week, and once again great food, I ordered from the restaurant week menu, but our waitress was snotty, and then they kept forgetting my food! It also took a long time to get the check, but then was delivered before my forgotten dessert! They really need to go through employee training. Luckily the food and atmosphere make up for the 2 bad service experiences.
Posted by Stephanie on 10/18/2008
I have a large group of friends that gets together every month or two in order to catch up and let our hair down. lately we need to search harder for venues and then have to fight to have an open menu for our large crowd instead of a limited selection. Dos Caminos took our res for the party of 18, let us choose what we wanted and took care of us as if we were the only ones there. the food was fantastic (i did a share with my friend's hubby of rib eye steak and the swordfish special) the service was impeccable - when our server was busy the GM would check on us and we were WELL taken care of. So my advice is try this gem for yourself and see - we almost didn't go because of sketchy reviews but we truly would have missed out. I can't wait to visit them again.