Located in the heart of Midtown and spread over two floors with three bars, Dos Caminos Third Avenue is a vibrant and buzzing atmosphere for a party. Full and partial restaurant buyouts are available, and three private dining rooms are available. Accommodates 15-400 guests.View Private Dining Details
Love Dos Caminos. The only thing they might consider is lowering the volume of the music during dinner hours. I Love Michael Jackson but dudes... way too loud!!
The waitress was terrible and kept ignoring us. She didn’t check on our table at all.
Excellent food, as always. Ordered coffee and dessert. Coffee came but no dessert until the coffee was gone. Timing needs improvement!
Pricey but the food was good. Our server wasn’t too attentive & didn’t explain the brunch. We just figured it out.
I enjoyed the ambiance and the food was very good. Looking forward to next visit
Never disappoints. Love the margaritas and guacamole. A must do when visiting NYC!
I like this place. The service was courteous and timely. The food looked and tasted good. We were unlucky in that neighboring table had a small child who wasn't well behaved and a bit loud. It's not cheap, entre and large appetizers can be ~$30 ea.
Good food but expensive for the relatively small portions. High quality but low value sums up my experiences at Dos Caminos
Our server, India, was super lovely and the whole staff was very thoughtful and accommodating for my mom who was in crutches. Stuffed our faces and still had leftovers which we’ll look forward to tomorrow!
Dos Caminos is always a reliable dine.
I use this restaurant in upper east midtown as it is near to where I live and tends to be local and residential as opposed to full of tourists.
On this visit the service was much slower than usual and the restaurant emptied out early which ruined the atmosphere somewhat. However this is a great Mexican with generous portions and great food. Usually very busy which is good.
In the summer this place comes into its own with a great outside space for dining al fresco.
Lovely - recommended!
Fantastic Mexican food and fun, life affirming atmosphere! Second date with my sweetie and Dos Caminos made it Great! Waitress was kind, attentive, and very patient, we stayed very late and she never rushed us. Go to Dos Caminos in Midtown. You will be glad you did.
Experienced a cold reception and was immediately directed downstairs without checking to see if we had a reservation. Our waitress (Janet) was very unpleasant which made for a very uncomfortable experience. We received our appetizer before our cocktails which literally took 30 minutes . When we inquired about our drinks the waitress checked with the bartender to return only to tell us the bartender misplaced our drink ticket. Really?! In all the years of eating out this excuse was definitely a first. The restaurant was practically empty! Despite our experience we still gave the waitress a tip despite the poor service. Upon leaving the restaurant we did stop by reception to make them aware of the missed opportunity to inquire about our reservation because I did want to get credit for the visit. Her only response was to roll her eyes. We have visited quite a few restaurants in NYC and were quite shocked at this experience.
The downstairs was about half full and although it was great music, it was literally so loud that our entire party all woke up with sore, raspy voices from having to shout all night. Towards the end of the evening they did turn it down but it was aggressive. Drinks were great, food was good.
Music by disc jockey was loud and sounded like a hip hop funeral. I like hip hop music, but this wasn’t music. Food was all onion and no meat. Chips were stale. Really bad experience. I won’t go back.
Chorizo guacamole was awesome and margaritas were great. Our server William was attentive.
Don’t go there worst service ever
Our server was awful. Hardly came by the table, wouldn’t see him for extended periods of time. Offered us guacamole when we sat down then when we got the bill had charged us $15 for it. When I asked him about it he rolled his eyes and gave us an attitude about it.
He also messed up my order. I had asked for tacos without guacamole on them - but of course they arrived with guacamole. When I told him about it, it took probably another 20 minutes to get the proper order.
At the end of the meal when I asked him about the guacamole, he brought the manager over, Amanda, who also then gave us attitude and insisted that because guacamole was one of their most popular items that we should have known we’d be charged. Which frankly was the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard.
I will never go back to this restaurant, and would never in a million years recommend it to anyone.
Dos Caminos is usually great-- great food, great service, and everything. This particular experience (it was my birthday) was pretty terrible. The waiter was extremely awkward and made the dining experience for my friends and me excruciatingly awkward/painful. Other than that, it was fine.
Server forgot about us, waited 20+ min after getting water to put in an order, took another 40-50 min after that for anything to come out. Server did not check on us at all during our meal. For $20 tacos I expected more
Dos Caminos never fails for the best bowl of guac and great tacos and fajitas! Not to mention a delightful array of scrumptious margaritas :)
Wish there was more space at the bar, but otherwise nice, reasonably quiet Midtown restaurant.
Waitress had too many tables but the food was excellent.
Excellent always . ..i never had a bad experience
I mentioned it was a bday
Our table was right by the cash register
Not too happy!!!
Went on a Friday night. Great experience. DJ playing was awesome. But yet it wasn’t too loud to enjoy dinner with friends. Food was very good. Would definitely recommend.
It sucked. The waiter was a moron. I am never coming back. The manager acted like she was in the secret service. 0/10
As always very good
SOOOOO GOOD!!! Always a favorite spot for brunch or dinner with friends and loved ones!
Great margaritas, each one was perfect. Our sever was extremely nice.
Great food, great atmosphere, friendly service would highly recommend this restaurant. We pre-booked as the second of a 2 night stay in New York January 27, pleased we did as the place was full with people and atmosphere
Server was a jerk
More interested in signing us up for the loyalty program
Never saw him all night
No refills and when he did charged us for the refills
Food was not as good as SOHO location
Will never go back
The restaurant was very noisy and not too clean. There was staff hanging out with no one attending to the stepped on chips on the floor. The service was slow and we had to ask for anything we wanted. We had to ask for a water glass (there was one at the table although table was set for two people). The food was very bland and overpriced for the quality.
The best restaurant week prix fixe! The appetizer portion alone fed us full. Dishes were savory thru and thru. The Tortilla soup was incredible! I didn't have enough room in my stomach after the soup and a few tasty spoons of my husband's dish. We had to pack up 75% (if not more) of our entrees and 100% of our desserts because we wete FULL!
Great food great service
Good menu...take basic ingredients and make into special meals. Great service but just a bit slow. Good drink menu. Nice location and well done decor. We’ll return for sure.
Waiting about 30 minutes for a tequila flight (which requires pouring three shots) says it all. the bar service has always been poor. no on tap beers. the food is what it is. I wish my girlfriend didn't like the "buzz" so I can quit going.
Awesome time, great music and great vibes
Downstairs dining room is over heated. Been there a few times and temperature is not controlled correctly despite complaining to management.
Food was ok not what i expected