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Dos Toros Rolls Into Bryant Park Lunch Vortex With Dollar Burritos

It's the chains 12th location

The gray exterior of a restaurant with scaffolding partially covering the building and people walking by outside. Serena Dai

The brothers behind Bay Area-style Mexican mini-chain Dos Toros opened the doors to their new Bryant Park taqueria earlier today. It’s the 12th location for Leo and Oliver Kremer, who opened a Rockefeller Center outpost over the summer. Located at 119 West 40th Street, today’s opening marks the arrival of the largest Dos Toros location, with nearly 50 seats in a 30-foot high space. Here, the menu will be like all other Manhattan and Brooklyn outposts of the chain offering burritos, quesadillas, tacos, and salads with fillings including carnitas, pollo asado, and carne asada.

For each new opening, the Dos Toros team celebrates with $1 burritos, chips, and salsa all day. Until next Tuesday (excluding Saturday and Sunday), visitors who take a photo of the Dos Toros mascot with the taqueria's Snapchat filter will be able to redeem free menu items. The store is open from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on weekends. The Kremer brothers opened the first Dos Toros in 2009 just off Union Square. Last year, the brothers told Eater they plan to 15 to 20 more locations over the next three years.

Dos Toros

119 W 40th St, New York, NY 10018, USA