Charritos Restaurant

1/19/2007 Update:

I noticed a new sign in front of the Downtown Charrito’s this week. They have some kind of late night “Taqueria” menu from 11pm-4am on the weekends.

Sounds like a great drunken alternative to pizza, that’s for sure. Has anyone tried their after-hours menu? What do they serve? From Wikipedia: “Taquería is a Spanish word meaning taco shop. In some localities, however, it is used to refer to restaurants specializing in burritos, although tacos and other dishes are often served as well. Taquerías were originally street vendors.” Fitting, considering the taco truck uptown has the same name!

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Charrito’s Downtown

Description – Authentic Mexican cuisine. Casual café atmosphere. Entrée price range $9-$19.
Services – Quezadilla, Nachos, Crispies, Tacos, Taquitos, Fajita, Seafood Cocktails…. Delivery, BYOB
Address – 121 Washington St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030
Telephone – (201) 418-8600, Fax – (201) 418-0262
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Wednesday, June 8, 2011 1:33 pm

I like this place overall. Nice atsmophere and good food. What I didn’t like is that I was seated at 2pm and only given a dinner menu with what I thought was very expensive. A side order of quacamole was over $10 but the table next to me got it and it was made tableside and looked great. Maybe next time when I return with some friends.

Sunday, December 23, 2007 7:30 pm

emarche-while I couldn’t get through your entire post because its quite long… I just have to say it is a waiters job to serve you. hence the term “server”. And yes we should treat servers with respect because we don’t own them, but it IS their job to be polite despite what the last customer did to them. I have had a few run ins with bad service in Hoboken and I’m so polite to waiters that I apologize if I say drop my fork and they have to bring me a new one, say thank you and please, etc etc. That being said the previous poster failed to convince me any serious harm was done. AND… Charritos is AWESOME. Hell my delivery just came and I’m going to go eat it… mmmmm mmmmmm good.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007 10:53 am

You are so right! A little honey, more often than not, will get you the service you want. There’s just too much undeserved, unearned attitude floating around town.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007 9:50 am

I agree with Bin – who puts a decent bottle of red into sangria? And though it’s a bit lazy, I’m going to have to go back to my previous post re: the Turning Point. Nicole, I’m not saying you’re guilty of any of the similar behaviors of some of the wonderful (cough) people in our town when you’re out to dinner in one of our local restaurants, but…if you’re that sensitive, then you should be more than cognizant of the fact that our local restaurant workers are regularly subject to beyond atrocious behavior by their diners. (I’m going to pause here for a second and wait for the morons of the world to reach for their “if they don’t like the behavior of the diners, then don’t work in restaurant” cards…and now I’ll wait another second for them to screech and yell like babies….and now they’ve probably moved on to other posts so…let’s roll) Again: I’m fully convinced – having basically completed extensive research by virtue of eating out all over this town – that any crappy behavior by the waiters in Hoboken is a direct result of interacting with spoiled brats who live here. Perhaps a refresher course…a ‘Dummies’ Guide to Eating Out’ is in order? Let’s review the basics of ‘going out to dinner’: 1. Going out to dinner means that you are going out to enjoy someone else’s creation in what’s basically their house; with a few -very- minor exceptions it does NOT mean that you… Read more »

Tuesday, October 30, 2007 8:48 am

Sangria is what the $5 stuff is for my friend.

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