CalexicoTacos • Brooklyn, United States
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, United States24 Tips
This isn't your average 'beans and cheese' Mexican joint. Be sure to check out the Esquites as an app and one of the infused tequila margaritas, you will leave happy, especially if you leave with us.
Try printing out hipster bingo cards and see who wins first. It will be a short lived game, friendos.
Keep on the lookout for the singer songwriter and acoustic bands that play here
One of our favorite East Village haunts. Sit at the bar, chat up the mix of locals and have one of the best $9 eggs/potatoes/toast/oj/espresso this side of the East River.
Located right on top of the Lorimer L stop, this 24 hour bagels spot offers a variety of house made bagels and a variety of flavored schmears. Bonus points for properly made iced coffee.
In addition to tasty Segafredo coffee, this little cafe offers a wide selection of sandwiches and bagels with creative fixins.
The combos on the back page are seriously filling, and for just $10 it's a motherfu##ing steal, hombre.
Fig, goat cheese, thyme crepe is a proper mix of sweet and savory, not to be missed.
If you're looking for a plate of meat with a healthy side of meat, get the paradillada. 36$ for two. You can't finish it, even though you'll want to. Try the carne al malbec empanadas as a starter.
A high score on the big board... means you didn't score up in this place. Biatch.
Really? With the Williamsburg and Greenpoint neighborhoods well saturated with mom and pop coffee shops serving better brew, why would you subject yourself to this? Your in BK, support local.
The building itself is nice. But be forewarned it is in a pretty dangerous block surrounded by NYC Housing Authority project buildings. If you get jacked, don't say you weren't warned.
All of the posters for events happening in the city are plastered on the metropolitan ave side of the building. Look up from Ye iphone when you hop off the Graham L train and you'll know what's what.
And we have a tendency to repeat the word here, here.
We drink and lose our sunglasses. It happens more than it should. Then we come here and buy one more pair of certified hater-blockers from here.
Try the Italian cold cut sandwich. DO IT NOW. Seriously.
Lunch: chicken pot pie or shepherds pie for $7, hell yes.
try the locally brewed 420 beer, just $5 a bottle
pastries fresh from Balthazar, great coffee and tea, a beer/wine license and a homey, simplistic decor...