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Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 04:59 PM

Craving good posole in NYC. Where to find?

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    Peter Cherches RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 05:36 PM

    New Mexican or Mexican?

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      Oliverstreet RE: Peter Cherches Nov 2, 2006 06:05 PM

      Either is fine really. I'm not feeling too picky!

    2. jakew8 RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 05:48 PM

      Where not to get it: Hale and Hearty. They thicken it with corn starch or something. No good.

      I had a bowl at El Centro (9th Ave. & ~54th St.) and it was alright. Not as good as the stuff I had in Mexico though. (Wow did I just say that? I hate when people say that. Ugh.)

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        chow_gal RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 08:24 PM

        Noches Mexicanas - only on weekend though.

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          mrnyc RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 09:09 PM

          i got a good one at the church on 14th st between 8th-9th avenues early last sunday afternoon.

          ps -- i just remembered they have it on the menu at GOOD in the wv for brunch sometimes. it's....good.

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            laguera RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 09:12 PM

            bright food shop on 21st and 8th ave. has a prett tasty vegetarian green posole stew.

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              lesliepc16 RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 09:49 PM

              The pozole at El Centro is pretty bad, in my opinion. I'm not a pozole conosieur by any stretch, but I really enjoyed my bowl at El Paso. Flavorful and addictive. There are two locations, and both are up on the East side. I went to the one at 97th.

              http://www.elpasotaqueria.com/

              And they only serve pork pozole, I believe.

              1. Nosher RE: Oliverstreet Nov 2, 2006 10:04 PM

                Zarela, which seems to be on a swift decline, still serves a great version of pozole (no soup). It's like little spicy gnocchi.

                Seriously though, get the pozole and maybe a margarita and then move along.

                Nosher

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