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Posted on | June 5, 2012 | by Jason Casséus | No Comments

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Pedro's in DumboWhile there are loads of Mexican restaurants in the East Village, none of them quite top the vibe at Pedro’s in Dumbo.  Well worth the subway ride, I can guarantee that you won’t be disappointed with your meal there.  Being a Friday night, it was a bit packed, but we didn’t have to wait that long.

Margaritas at Pedro'sWe started with a few drinks, flavored margaritas & tequila while me munched on chips & salsa.  The menu is pretty extensive with chicken, steak, pork, seafood & vegetarian options.  I opted for the Tilapia with rice, black beans & a Mexican chili sauce.  It was a simple dish, but very filling & I was completely satisfied.Tilapia, rice & beans at Pedro's

Nachos at Pedro'sOther dishes that were ordered included a heaping plate of nachos, quesadillas & flautas.

Flautas at Pedro'sEveryone was happy with their meal, the place was fun without being overbearing & was reasonably priced.  If you feel like taking a subway ride & having some solid Mexican food, check out Pedro’s.

If you get bored of Tequila, you can always head over to Jay St Bar for a nightcap.

Pedro’s: 73 Jay St at Front St
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