Temerario

Restaurants, Mexican Midtown
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Temerario Brings Beloved Bold Flavors of Mexican Street Food to Chelsea


Roughly translated, a Temerario is a bold, brave brother, a carnal, symbolized by the mural of the proud and strong luchador in our dining room. A temerario is arriesgada—reckless, sometimes irreverent...it’s also Chef Mario Hernandez's creative way with the food he grew up on in Cuernavaca Mexico. His fellow temerario at the bar, mixologist Christopher Reyes, serves small-batch agave spirits, house-made syrups, and fresh jugo (fruit juices) in an array of daring and delicious cocktails.


Brought to you by the team behind Ofrenda, Black Ant, Gardënia and the new Euro-Latin Café Bamba – the Jorge Guzman Hospitality Group.

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Venue name: Temerario
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Address: 198TH 8TH AVE, 20th ST
New York
10010
Price: $30 and under
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tastemaker

I stopped in here due to a pulsd deal I snagged that allowed for 2 cocktails and an entree per person. I was immediately drawn in by the bright decor and art work on the exterior. Temerario has outside seating and plenty of sunlight coming in through the windows. Since I was early, I could sit where my heart desires and I was excited to try out the menu. I ordered the Pan de Dulce French toast which came with ice cream, bananas and appeared to be stuffed. It was delicious but heavy so come with an appetite. While I wasn't a huge fan of the hibiscus mimosa, the margarita was smooth (and pretty) + the sangria comes in a large glass. The servers were very sweet and accommodating. I would come back again.

tastemaker

I stopped in here due to a pulsd deal I snagged that allowed for 2 cocktails and an entree per person. I was immediately drawn in by the bright decor and art work on the exterior. Temerario has outside seating and plenty of sunlight coming in through the windows. Since I was early, I could sit where my heart desires and I was excited to try out the menu. I ordered the Pan de Dulce French toast which came with ice cream, bananas and appeared to be stuffed. It was delicious but heavy so come with an appetite. While I wasn't a huge fan of the hibiscus mimosa, the margarita was smooth (and pretty) + the sangria comes in a large glass. The servers were very sweet and accommodating. I would come back again.