La Lucha-Tacos & Boutique

 

147 Avenue A
New York, NY 10009-4946
(212) 260-0235
Alcohol Beer/Wine Only
Delivery Fee Free
Features Casual
La Lucha-Tacos & Boutique serves New York, NY and is located in the 10009-4946 ZIP code.

Hours of Operation

Monday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Thursday 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Friday 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:30 PM

Reviews for La Lucha-Tacos & Boutique

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It only seemed like a matter of time until a lucha libre-themed taqueria fired up its stove in New York. With colorful Mexican wresting masks decorating the interior, this East Village joint specializes in the tacos of Mexico City. Don't… Read Full Editorial

great authentic mexican street food by spuffylover24 via Citysearch on 10/2/2010

A great find that I nearly walked right by as it's so small it's almost easy to miss. The first thing you notice when you walk in is the flickering light of the projector playing a classic mexican movie you've probably never seen. No…

DMANBURGER "La Lucha" by DMANBURGER via Citysearch on 8/12/2010

As I was experiencing the frantic pace of people shuffling along Avenue A, I remember when there was nothing there but downtrodden and sad- looking people strewn about like pebbles on street corners. Avenue A now exudes youth and a…

Great Little Tacos by caryn donohue via Citysearch on 5/28/2010

I tried this for theDealist's Taste of East Village event and was very happy with my taco. I had the pork one and my friend had the spicy chicken taco, which looked and tasted better. I liked the side onions and veggies, along with the…

Citysearch Editorial Review by Keith Wagstaff via Citysearch on 12/16/2009

Kitschy machismo and Mexcian street food collide at this tiny taqueria in the East Village. Once settled in one of the 16 seats, it?s impossible not to notice the theme: lucha libre, known in the United States as Mexican wrestling. Fight…

My Review by Anahita via GrubHub on 4/15/2008

The cheese quesadillas were greasy and cold. The tortillas were greasy and tasteless and the guacamole too spicy.

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