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25 Mexican Tortas and Cemitas We Love in NYC

Craig Cavallo 12 comments

It's hard not to love the Mexican sandwiches we get in New York: versions overstuffed with avocado and refried beans or slender but robust meat delivery vehicles; cemitas on poofy buns or griddled tortas with crisped Portuguese rolls. To add you on your own journey to Mexican sandwich self-discovery, we've rounded up 24 of our favorites from across the city. More

A Sandwich a Day: Huevo con Chorizo Torta at Tulcingo del Valle

A Sandwich a Day Tiffany Tay Post a comment

This sausage and egg torta is a steal for the prize, with flavors that hit all the notes you're after. More

A Sandwich a Day: Al Pastor Cemita at Tulcingo Del Valle

A Sandwich a Day Max Falkowitz Post a comment

The bun doesn't really taste like a cemita, and the al pastor within is unconventionally rich in sweet chipotle sauce, but there's still something to love about this sandwich ($8) from Tulcingo Del Valle. More

Mexican Eats: 10 Best New York Mexican Dishes of 2012

Mexican Eats Scarlett Lindeman 3 comments

It's been a great year for Mexican food in New York, and as the community develops, second and third generations settle, and more chefs become inspired by the diversity of the cuisine, it can only get better. Here are some of the best dishes of the year, ten that would make even the most fervent disbeliever reconsider. More

Mexican Eats: The Chile Relleno at Tulcingo Del Valle

Mexican Eats Scarlett Lindeman 2 comments

The chile relleno, usually a soggy, leaden dish of wet crust and bland cheese, gets rectified at Tulcingo del Valle in Hell's Kitchen. More

Lunch Today: Tulcingo del Valle

Lunch Today Ben Fishner 2 comments

Tulcingo del Valle, on 10th Avenue between 46th and 47th Street, makes a full range of Mexican classics, but I can only speak to their tacos. More

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