The original Dos Caminos location, conveniently located in Flatiron, is an instant party pleaser with a front lounge and private back dining room. Accommodates 20-225 guests. Host your next holiday gathering, graduation celebration, and birthday party with us.View Private Dining Details
I met with a group of friends for dinner and it started well. The guacamole and salsas were good, the trio of ceviche was disappointing. Our entrees were good, lots of taco choices. We decided to share a dessert and put the order in. 20 minutes later, the manager came over and told us they “literally just ran out”. This information was have been useful 20 minutes earlier. She did offer us a dessert on the house but by that time, we were ready to go so we asked for the check. It took a little bit to get the check and after another 10 minutes I finally waved down our waitress. She came back with the cards but she had rung incorrect amounts. We sent them back again and they came back wrong again. Finally on the third try, we were set to go. It just seemed as if once we got our entrees, no one cared what we needed. Not a great way to end the night and a lack of concern left us not caring to ever go again.
All good, food was tasty
Good standard Mexican selections. Nicely prepared, very tasty! Fresh ingredients. Fast and very efficient and friendly service. Ample restrooms. Clean and nicely decorated throughout. Easily found close by street parking Sunday midday.
Excellent guacamole. Soldi vegetarian options are lacking.
Probably the worst service ever! Understaffed, waitress was so inattentive and the food was timed all wrong. I had my entree while my friends waited 10+ minutes for theirs
Very disappointing. Food over cooked. Waiter was curt. Who needs attitude when your place is 2nd rate? Honestly? Much much better ethnic restaurants in the city. Save yourself time and money.
Food was good but the guacamole was cold, as if from out of the fridge and the corn bread was over cooked. It was new years day so it was quiet.
I've been to dos caminos many times before and I have to say after today's experience I will not be returning. After ordering the bottomless brunch option we were told everyone at the table had to order the bottomless brunch, I have never encountered that, in fact I have brought a pregnant friend here for brunch in the past and now I wonder if she would have been forced to order the bottomless option since I had ordered it when we had previously been there. This is a silly policy that is not stated any where on the menu, but putting that aside let's move on to when my friend ordered soup which did not come with a spoon so we asked for one and she waited about 15 minutes for a spoon at which point the soup was ice cold and she sent it back. The soup was still on the bill which we then had to send back and wait for the new bill. The server was preparing to go on her break, which is understandable but it appeared she wanted our table out. All in all it was a bad experience and I won't be going back which is disappointing because I have enjoyed brunch here before but as a paying customer to be treated so poorly is unacceptable.
Came here for an all-the-are-in-town brunch and it was great! Inexpensive for Brunch in Manhattan, food was great and the guac is amazing as usual
Food was okay at best. Our waiter had a rough night, which wasn't helped by the tires kids with us. Dinner took far longer than we had expected, at over 90 minutes. However, the manager attempted to make things right I they deserve credit for realizing that there was a problem to begin with.