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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mary Ann's

300 E. 5th St. (Second Ave.) Send to Phone
212-475-5939
Take a siesta at this East Village Mexican eatery.

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Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mary Ann's Restaurant Review

: Mary Ann’s has long been a draw with the student set, and it’s no wonder: the food is reasonably tasty, exceedingly filling, and pairs well with the lethal margaritas. Start with chalupas---crisp blue corn tortillas baked with tomatillo sauce, chicken, pinto beans and cheese, topped with sour cream and guacamole. Next, nibble on enchiladas Puerto Vallarta, flour tortillas stuffed with snow crab and shrimp that are simmered in garlic butter and wine with mushrooms and scallions, and then baked in a tomatillo sauce with melted jack cheese. The interior gets a bit stuffed itself at peak times, so plan accordingly.
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