Rosa Mexicano's menu features a range of award-winning signature dishes such as Guacamole en Molcajete, made in a traditional lava-rock mortar. Described by Time Out New York as "green ecstasy in a stone bowl," it is prepared tableside and served with housemade chips and warm corn tortillas. Other menu highlights include Tablones (Grilled Boneless Short Ribs Served with a Tomatillo-Chipotle Sauce, Rajas and Charro Beans), Pescado Relleno de Jaiba (Seared Red Snapper Served with Crab), Chile Ancho Relleno (Sweet Chiles Anchos Filled with Chicken Picadillo) and a host of specialty cocktails such as Rosa's wildly popular Frozen Pomegranate Margarita.
Planning a birthday party or corporate event? Let us cater your next affair at one of our beautiful locations. Whether you're planning an event in our private balcony room at our Lincoln Center location, booking the entire First Avenue restaurant for a daytime event, or looking to reserve some of our event space in Washington, DC or Atlanta, our new party menus are sure to please everyone.
Our parties aren't like other parties. Why?
Because whether your event is at one of the restaurants or off-premise, whether it's a business dinner or an anniversary cocktail party, you'll realize that our events are truly unique: a fun, festive, stylish environment where we cater to your every whim.
True to the Rosa Mexicano trail-blazing spirit, the restaurant continues to break new ground, guided by the vision of culinary director Roberto Santibaez, the acclaimed chef from Mexico City that critics have hailed as a leader in contemporary Mexican cuisine. With Santibaez at the helm, Rosa Mexicano has remained faithful to its traditional roots while incorporating diverse regional accents and inspired innovations.
Rosa Mexicano's original Midtown East location at 1063 First Avenue (at 58th Street) continues to serve its signature menu amidst rustic, handcrafted furnishings. Rosa's Lincoln Center location at 61 Columbus Avenue (at 62nd Street), which opened in 2000, represents the beginning of Rosa's next generation. With a soaring David Rockwell-designed dining room, this second location delivers Rosa's singular brand of Mexican cuisine in a modern, stunning space. Design features include a grand staircase of "floating" orange and red terrazzo stone slabs, a 30-foot water wall made of iridescent blue glass tiles with legions of cliff diver figurines, hammered metal panels by artist Brad Oldham, and rose-themed mosaics by renowned craftsman Michael Palladino.
In the nearly two decades since it was co-founded by Josefina Howard, Rosa Mexicano's winning combination of authentic Mexican cuisine in a vibrant, jubilant atmosphere has garnered Rosa Mexicano attention in Gourmet, Food & Wine, Martha Stewart Living, and Time Magazine.
at Lincoln Center
61 Columbus Avenue at 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023
Tel. (212) 977-7700 - Fax (212) 977-7575
in Penn Quarter
575 7th Street at F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
Tel. (202) 783-5522 - Fax (202) 783-5512
at Union Square
9 East 18th Street (bet. 5th Avenue & Broadway), New York, NY 10003
Tel. (212) 533-3350 - Fax (212) 533-5530
at Atlantic Station
245 18th Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30363
Tel. (404) 347-4090 - Fax (404) 347-4009
at Downtown at the Gardens
11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Tel. (561) 625-3120 - Fax (561) 625-9747