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Order a skinny girl margarita at Rosie's and barkeeps know exactly what you're talking about, pulling back on the sugar. Margaritas are also served by the pitcher, best accompanied by house-made chips and salsa, queso fundido with charred poblano chilies and thick guacamole laced with onions, cilantro and radishes. Once you've dispatched the snacks, move on to the best enchiladas suizas in town and rich pork rib stew zapped with sweet plantains, pineapple, raisins, almonds and olives. When the weather is right, the restaurant throws open its floor-to-ceiling windows, making Rosie's like an open-air cabana. Co-owners Marc Meyer and Vicki Freeman have one of the most solid restaurant portfolios in the City, including Vic's, Hundred Acres and Cookshop.

29 E. 2nd St.
Manhattan, NY 10003
  (212) 335-0114
  Hours: Mon.–Thurs., 5pm–1am; Fri.–Sat., 5pm–2am; Sun., 5–11pm

Good for Groups
Kid Friendly
Outdoor Seating
Reservations Accepted
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted


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