New York, NY 11101
- Sun, Sat 11am-12am, Mon-Fri 5pm-12am
- $$; $$$
- Brunch, Dinner
- No Alcohol
- Street Parking
- Reservations Accepted
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Last month, when the Michelin Guide bestowed its coveted stars, four Queens restaurants were included among the honorees. One of them, Casa Enrique (5-48 49th Avenue, Queens; 347-448-6040), is a first-time recipient, as well as New ...
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Friday, August 23, 2013 at 7 a.m. by Laura Shunk
When I sat down with Bear chef-owner Natasha Pogrebinsky for this week's chef interview, we talked a lot about her connection to Astoria in Queens. Her first experiences in the U.S. happened not far from where her restaurant sits, a...
Robert Sietsema at Casa Enrique; Tejal Rao at Chop Shop
Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 9 a.m. by Clarissa Wei
Robert Sietsema checks into Casa Enrique in Queens, whose menu provides a window into the rarely seen cooking of Chiapas: "The chocolate-tinged mole familiar from NYC's taquerias is here called mole de Piaxtla, referring to a town i...
Casa Enrique Gives a Rare Glimpse of the Cooking of Chiapas, Mexico
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 8 a.m. by Robert Sietsema
Cochinito Chiapaneco ("little female pig ribs from Chiapas") is a dish that demonstrates the adept way Chiapas cooks use dried red chiles to create subtle sauces. This week, Counter Culture rides on donkey back into the remote mount...