Definitely Sabor a Mexico on First Avenue bet. 91st and 92nd Streets. It's not a fancy place, but it's good, straightforward Mexican food (chicken mole and any of their enchiladas are my favorites) by people who know what they're doing.
Sabor a Mexico
1744 1st Ave, New York, NY 10128
mexican radio is great fro some things, not-so-great for others
-best margaritas ever and the bartenders (particularly jon & johnny g) are first class
-really interesting mexican food- plantains stuffed with shredded chicken, surf&turf chimichangas, hudson valley vegetable chile rellenos, etc. plus they have a HUGE vegetarian menu and offer tofu, seitan, tempeh as meat substitutes as well as soy cheese
ultimately i would describe mexican radio as yuppie-mexican. it's all made frkm very frsh, very delicious ingredients but can be a rude awakening for those expecting puebla style mexican food.
not so great:
- first and foremost are the prices. while the portions are huge and food great $18 for a burrito is a bit hard to swallow (no pun intended)
-as stated before, the food is basically upscale mexican. while the more interesting dishes are great they actually fail to deliver on very basic dishes; the simple tacos are to be avoided...
-can get VERY VERY loud... poor acoustics
i am a mexican radio regular and i recommend them for sure. the food and drinks are good and the bartenders are out of this world but the cons that i listed often rub people the wrong way