Enrique Olvera's casual counterpart to his more upscale Cosme channels modern Mexican through a downtown New York filter.

All-day eatery for contemporary Mexican bites by Enrique Olvera and Daniela Soto-Innes. Celebrating Mexican culture with an international influence, with Olvera serving classics like chilaquiles and chicaharrón with a sophisticated twist and elevated to fine-dining level. Settle into the striking black-and-white dining hall with a mezcal negroni, and order a feast of sharing (small plate) dishes such as arctic char and farmer's cheese tostada, striped bass black aguachile or duck wings and scallions. 

The inspiration of the design comes from 1950s and 60s Mexico with an elegant, minimal and light-filled look defined by black-and-white tiles, sleek furniture and leafy flora 
reflecting “a cozy Mexican terrace”. Expect a cosmopolitan chic, yet easygoing vibe. 


Ideal For

Casual and healthy Mexican cuisine

Signature Dishes

Arctic char tostada; quinoa, yogurt and tomatoes done pico de gallo-style; farro and quail egg meatballs; as well as the spectacular chicken enchiladas.