767 Washington St., New York, NY, 10014
at 12th St.
By cosullivan on 3/24/2008
This place is tinier than tiny and the people don't stop piling in. The food is pretty good and reasonably priced. My Friday night was almost ruined, however, when I met the host. This host is an angry little bald man who bullies patrons. He should be behind the bar at some hole in the wall that serves only one type of beer, not greeting customers and "escorting" them (yelling their names from across the restaurant while throwing their menus on the table and walking away before they get there) to their tables.
By donaldwaits on 8/14/2009
A jewel of the West Village! Good food, generous drinks, and a killer staff, especially Jean, the manager. This place really knows how to make people happy. The "Ernest Borgnine Booth" is a must see. Only a person with "an attitude" could not have a good time. I lived on the next corner for years and always looked forward to my afternoon cocktail after work. Maybe it's just me. I enjoy myself at a lot of places. It was easy at Tortilla Flats. And that DECORE!
By brookiepyl on 3/11/2010
The food left a little to be desired. The mole sauce on my enchilada was a little blah. Music was super loud, so you couldn't really talk. The decor was fun and interesting.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.