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About Rosa Mexicano - TriBeCa
Since 1984, Rosa Mexicano has been the standard bearer of authentic, regionally inspired Mexican cuisine. This tradition continues at Rosa Mexicano’s fourth location, an intimate neighborhood spot in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City. The restaurant is centered around house ground masa, made fresh each day, and also includes Masa Y Agave, a tequila and agave bar boasting over 400 agave spirits and craft cocktails.
New York, NY 10007
Hours of Operation:
ROSA MEXICANO TRIBECA
Saturday & Sunday 11:30am - 3:00pm
Monday - Friday 11:30am – 3:00pm
Daily, 3:00pm – 11:00pm
Monday - Friday 4:00pm - 7:00pm
MASA Y AGAVE
OPEN TUESDAY - SATURDAY
4:00pm – close
Between Church St and W. Broadway
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact the restaurant directly with questions.
Regardless of your party size, Rosa Mexicano is the perfect venue to offer your guests a creative, upscale experience. We offer a full range of catering options: buffet stations, pre fixe menus, family style menus, passed hors d'ouvres, etc. We also offer off-premise catering for groups of all sizes. For Large Party Reservations, please contact Jennifer Forbes, email@example.com or 212.533.3350
The closest lot is directly across the street on Murray between Church St and W. Broadway
Park Place (2,3)
City Hall (R)
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sat & Sun | 11:30am - 3:00pm
Churros French Toast. Enough said.
Mon - Fri, 4-7pm at the Bar
Specially priced Margaritas, Sangría y Cervezas!
EL MENU DE CANTINA
Mexico City Cantina Fare
$8.5 Tacos, Quesadillas, Antojitos y mas – Served All Day at The Bar
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No matter what type of event you're having, our authentic, regionally-inspired Mexican cuisine, cocktails and spirits - all served with Latin hospitality - will make for a truly unforgettable experience.
Rosa Mexicano - TriBeCa Ratings and Reviews
After visiting the Observatory at One World Trade Center, we took our 9 year old granddaughter here for her birthday dinner. The reservation was made through Open Table and I noted that it was a special occasion. I requested that they put a candle in whatever dessert our granddaughter ordered, if possible. The birthday was never mentioned to the waitress when we got there, yet at the end if the meal she brought a big piece of tres leches cake to the table, offered a Mexican sombrero to Bridget, and sang with us! There was no charge for the cake, which was enough for the three of us, and it was delicious! All our meals were very good. We chose Rosa Mexicano because Mexican is my granddaughters favorite and it was walking distance from the Freedom Tower. My husband and I are relative "newbies" to Mexican cuisine; however, the waitress was excellent at guiding us through the menu and helping us choose our meals. Good food and a fun evening!
Was told to wait 15 minutes in the bar, after 45 minutes we asked if we could get our table.. got a table downstairs. Supercold with the AC. Nice hostess told us we would get something on the house (didn't happen). Wasnt that hungry anymore when food arrive, ate and left. Had better friday nights
I expected to be in for a decent meal, seeing I heard good things. But everything we ordered (we were 4 people and everyone got something different) tasted bad. Bland, better said. Even the guac! How is it possible to mess up guac? Maybe they had a bad day, but considering the price, I will never go back.
I have eaten at Rosa Mexicana in the past (not this location), but was always very impressed with the food, not this time. The tortilla chips were very average. The guacamole was very good, but it was double the price of any Mexican restaurant that I eat in. We ordered a margarita when we sat down, and had to remind our server 20 minutes later that we never received it. For my entree I ordered the chicken enchilada. When it came to the table I was told that the plate was very hot, which it was, but my food was not. It was luke warm. The enchilada also very over priced was not even that tasty. My boyfriend ordered the braised brisket tacos, which had a great flavor, but also were luke warm. All in all I had a very disappointing experience, and I felt it was very over priced for what it was.
I had the shrimp tacos - it was disappointing because the food came out cold and bland (both the shrimp and taco and the side of corn) ... skimpy portion for a $20 meal but at least the service was very attentive and my sangria and company of friends were above par...
I am a big fan of Rosa going back to the early 1990s, when I used to live around the corner from the original restaurant (when it was half its current size). What I am most disappointed about with the current incarnation -- both in Tribeca and elsewhere -- is the margaritas. They used to be known as "pink 'gitas" and all one needed to say to get one was to ask the bartender (Roberto, in those days) for a "frozen with salt". Now, they've changed the recipe for the worse, and they no longer have the bitter sweet taste they once had. I cannot emphasize what a disappointment this is, but I suppose they are more bland and generic, which may go with the whole chain restaurant approach that Rosa seems to have adopted.
I have been to Rosa Mexicano in DC, NJ, and two of the NYC locations, and I was disappointed by this location. The food was good, but the drinks weren't good and without the table side preparation, the guacamole didn't warrant the hefty price tag. Rosa Mexicano is one of my favorites, but I will just stick to the other locations.
The service was terrible. The waitress told us that there was no happy hour, even though their website says they have happy hour from 4 to 7. It took about 45 minutes to get the check. The bill was incredibly messed up. The food was okay; nothing exceptional given the fairly expensive prices.
Usually go to Union Square location but was meeting a date downtown so Murray Street - Tribeca - made more sense. As per other reviews of this location, even though the front room is much nicer and there were plenty of empty tables, they led us to the back room, noisy and full of moms with their kids (apparently they do this move often). When I rejected the table, they gave us a choice of two small end tables (even though other couples - two people - were at larger booths). My food was fine but not hot at all. Service was spotty and comprised of several different servers - the waiter really pushed premium margaritas (organic) but I always have the traditional and had to argue with him to get it. But once the order was placed, chips and guacamole came quickly (seasoned spicy as I ordered it), the drinks were great and the food was fine (if not hot). The front room and bar area are nice but the bathrooms were out of paper and needed attention. Overall, I'll stick with Union Square - service is much more professional and overall a better dining experience.
This restaurant was not worth the value as the food and drinks were expensive & the food was ok. The drinks were watered down which I believe is unacceptable as I paid $15 for each of them. We were not asked where we wanted to be seated and were placed in the back which did not have very good ambience. I would not recommend this place based on my experience.
First, they didn't have my reservation and tried to broom me. Then, they found it. Food took forever and came out cold. The guacamole was just sliced and cubed avocado and tomato. It wasn't mashed or spiced.
Overall- I feel like I reheated a Trader Joe's Mexican meal. It wasn't bad but not worth 30 bucks.
Service was slow and overall not so interested in us. If the food were good- I may not have noticed.
Surprisingly good. The salsa they put out at the table was meh and so I assumed the food would be too. We ordered guac, which while needing a bit more spice was well prepared and the dishes came out hot and delicious.
Two things marred the experience. The waitress seemed swamped, like they were understaffed. It also took a long time to get our food, as in 45-50 minutes.
$8 Margaritas were what you'd expect but the food was worth going back for.
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