Mamazul Mexican Grill, a towering new Mexican restaurant on the corner of West 25th Street and Broadway, lights up the evening sky. It’s bold red neon signs point the way to an even bolder interior. Tall ceilings with lush greenery and colorful tiles fill this festive space celebrating the flavors of Mexico.
The meal begins with traditional dishes like guacamole with serrano pepper and blue corn tortilla chips, Mexican Street Corn with crema and cotija cheese, and tostaditas with ahi tuna. Seafood ceviche cocktails are offered along with tacos, including birria and mole short rib.
Larger plates include sizzling fajitas with choice of tiger shrimp, chicken or skirt steak. There is grilled red snapper with mango corn, pork ribs with a tamarind-chipotle sauce, and parillada for two featuring assorted meats and octopus served on a sizzling molcajete made from volcanic rock.
Tropical drinks along with several types of margaritas are offered by the glass or pitcher. There’s also a lengthy list of tequilas to get the party started. Outdoor seating is also available, perfect for people watching.
Mamazul is located at 1155 Broadway, New York, NY. For more information, visit mamazulnyc.com