Bahia, along with its affordable and delicious selection of freshly made tacos, burritos and other Latin-American dishes, but that doesn't leave the North Fork completely lacking in Mexican fare. Here are five suggestions on where to go:
For years, this location of the restaurant chain has provided the Greenport community with a variety of Mexican favorites, including tacos, enchiladas and burritos, in a historic building formerly a hotel near the
"All is not lost," said winemaker commenting on the closing of Bahia. "La Tienda is located in Mattituck in the shopping center. Very nice people and some great Spanish take-out food."
Tom Scarlatos next to the Greenport Cinemas into a burrito bar this summer. The menu features gigantic meat or vegetarian burritos, nachos and salads and a variety of teas and smoothies. "I wanted to give it a real Tex-Mex feel, and I figured nachos would really work with the moviegoers," Scarlatos said.
Among their great American selection of steak, chops, seafood, and salads DoLittle's in the Mattituck Shopping Plaza features one giant plate of nachos — the Nachos Grande, which features tri-colored chips smothered in cheddar cheese, chili, jalapeno peppers, lettuce, tomato, and black olives.
5. , Mattituck: Cook Hilmar Salazar serves up huge chicken or beef quesadillas with a selection of your choice of toppings. Perfect taste of Mexico during a night out at the bar.