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Gonzalez y Gonzalez
Posted by CALOS Z on 12/05/2012
We arrived at the "new" GnG's not knowing what to expect. Well, we sat, in the new space, which is actually the back room of the old place and were greeted by much of the same old friendly staff that we've been missing since the closing. The food is by far, in my opinion a step up, much of the same menu items, a fresher more authentic taste! The cocktails, always good, seem to be made with the same recipes with no skimping on any alcohol! And prices, by and large have not gone up! The music was amazing, the crowd was amazing, we had a blast!
Posted by Disappointed on 10/07/2010
I arrived with great anticipation for lunch today. I hadnt been to G&G for at least 10 years and was looking forward to lunch with my coworkers. The room was nearly empty and the few people already there had their food. Then the wait began. After about 10 minutes we got menus but another 15 passed before orders were taken. 15 minutes later, the first three entrees arrived. It wasn't until 10 minutes after that that all of us had our food. WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT! The "meat" was a dried out, oily, mess. I have never been so disappointed to return to an old haunt.
Posted by emiliano on 04/11/2010
usually i like the restaurant i will just not order take out any more it's like they don't make it, it like ordering from those Chinese places that cook Mexican food. well you don't always win
Posted by anonymous on 12/03/2009
the food was good, and there was also salsa dancing going on! while waiting for your food go dance for a bit, then eat (you will be hungry after dancing). the service was good, even though the food took a while to come. prices were medium expensive but it is worth it.
Posted by anonymous on 10/10/2009
....but good atmosphere. Some of my friends love to go there so I end up giving it yet another try hoping that if I order something different I'll get lucky. Unfortunately, I continue to be disappointed. The food is mediocre, the portions are small and it's very expensive. If you just want to eat some appetizers, have a few drinks and dance your night off, then G&G is for you. If you are going for the food, stay away!
Posted by Jon on 09/28/2009
I eaten here for years. The food is always fresh - esp the chips and salsa - and the mole and chili rellenos are quite good. I appreciate the cloth napkins and the friendly staff. It can be slow at times and noisy on weekend nights, but the waiters and management try hard and do care.
Posted by Larry B. on 06/13/2009
Gonzalez and Gonzales or G&G's as it's mostly known by is an okay restaurant that is actually way more recognized for its live music and the after-hours lounge it becomes. I've heard rumors that they've actually never aquired a license to hold live music and be a lounge, and that they have been shut down on several occasions. Shoot, I met an ex-girlfriend there, and it's not a bad spot to hang out in for 20-somethings or if you want a relatively cheap place to hang out with a girlfriend. I think every Latino in NYC has at one point gone there, lol. It tends to draw a bit of a knucklehead crowd, unfortunately you get bad apples. Because of this a lot of people eventually think it's kind of a sleazy place. The food itself is very average. Not horrible but not any place I would rave about. Drinks are decent but they don't excel at Mojitos, sangria , or margaritas, which is what you look for in a Mex or Latino joint.