Cabrito (CLOSED)

Restaurants, Mexican West Village
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This artfully scuffed roadhouse, done up with Mexican wall tiles and bare filament bulbs, traffics in big, offbeat flavors. Chef David Schuttenberg (Fatty Crab) favors authenticity over crowd-pleasing Tex-Mex: Jalapeños rellenos stuffed with shredded snapper, raisins, capers and pumpkin seeds are a fiery starter, and the namesake cabrito, served on a banana leaf with a side of flour tortillas, offers the slow-cooked richness of a pit-roasted goat. You may find South of the Border fare this good on an outer-borough street corner, but Cabrito is a far more comfortable place to enjoy it.


Venue name: Cabrito (CLOSED)
Address: 50 Carmine St
New York

Cross street: between Bedford and Bleecker Sts
Opening hours: Daily noon–4pm, 5pm–midnight
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F to W 4th St; 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $18. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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