Dos Toros Opening in Morningside Heights

  Last modified on July 19th, 2019

Columbia University has announced that they will be leasing space to Dos Toros, a fast-casual chain known for San Francisco–inspired taqueria cuisine. Dos Toros’ Morningside Heights will be located at 2911 Broadway (between 113th and 114th Streets). It’s expected to open in the fall.

Dos Toros has locations all over NYC, in addition to a handful of locations in Chicago.

The fast casual restaurant offers burritos, bowls and salads, California-style quesadillas, tacos, chips and guac.

And they provide the internet with some serious food porn …

Carnitas Quesadilla:

Dos Toros Carnitas Quesadilla

Carnitas Burrito:

Dos Toros Carnitas Burrito

Chicken Salad:

Dos Toros Chicken Salad

Chips + Guac:

Dos Toros Chips and Guac

Steak Plato:

Dos Toros Steak Plato

Steak Taco:

Dos Toros Steak Taco

Dos Toros is also big on sustainability.

They only source naturally raised meats and compost their own kitchen waste. And their furniture is even made from reclaimed wood! Excluding their meats, cheese and sour cream, everything on the menu is vegan. Plus, almost everything is gluten-free (excluding their farro and flour tortillas).

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Yelp scores for Dos Toros locations in NYC range from 3 to 4.5 stars. Their highest rated location (according to Yelp) is at 1 State Street in the Financial District.

Reviews on Seamless and TripAdvisor have higher overall scores.

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We’ll provide an update once we know more about Dos Toros’ Morningside Heights restaurant (and when they’ll be opening).

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