Friday, May 29, 2009

No, It's Not Pancho's...

It's Salsa y Salsa, a campy, festive Mexican restaurant in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood.

There's outdoor seating, or sit in their cheerful dining room.

A virgin cactus pear margarita, $5.95. Order the version with alcohol, and it's $9.50.

Guacamole with homemade chips, $8.95.

Vegetable fajitas (just hold the cheese and sour cream to veganize), $14.50.

Visit Salsa y Salsa, 206 Seventh Ave. (at 22nd St.), New York City.

Step back in time when visiting nearby The Family Jewels Vintage Clothing shop (130 W 23rd St. near Sixth Ave.) Read more. It's a bit pricey, but fun for a browse, and a great reminder that second-hand can meet every style need, from your local bargain thrift store, to vintage stores and higher end consignments shops. Why buy new?

1 comment:

Chessbuff said...

It sure looks like Pancho's. That drink looks delicious. That would be even more excellent on a hot, humid day in August. I went to an Indian buffet last Sunday at India Pavilion in Cambridge, MA. Good food. Only two out of six entrees had meat in it.