103 Ave. A, New York, NY, 10009
nr. 7th St.
By angelicaalicia on 1/25/2012
As a college student attending NYU, most of my funds are spent on college related things. So, I was ecstatic when I found Latino Bistro. It's great food for a great price. My friends and I go all the time after classes and are never let down. The music is bumping and the atmosphere is just what you'd need to get your mind out of the books. Try the chicken Flautas, I promise you wont be disappointed.
By greatquux on 1/25/2010
When it comes to restaurants I tend to judge mostly on the food, menu, and service, and all has been great here. It's the main reason I keep coming back. Although it can be loud sometimes and garish, I can get used to it. The menu is varied and the sushi is fresh and delicious.
By magsters on 4/19/2009
This restaurant was able to accommodate a last minute reservation for my group of 15. The sushi was delicious (I ordered the Maki A combo) and filling (lots of bang for our buck) and everybody agreed the miso soup was delicious. The atmosphere was fun, although it was a little hard to read the menu due to the darkened lights. I will gladly return again, and I'm sure my friends feel the same.
By Graciefully_Me on 4/25/2005
The title says it all. Your average alphabet avenue bar/restaurant with relatively decent sushi. Its a good fun bite when you're on your way out, or crashing on back in.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.