"Made in Dumbo"—referring to the restaurant's former location in the Brooklyn neighborhood, DUMBO—specializes in antojitos, or "little cravings." The result is something equivalent to Mexican comfort food for the hip thirtysomethings who frequent this restaurant on the ever-happening Bowery. Variations on the theme of tacos may dominate the menu, but Hecho shines with house dishes like roasted kid and wine-braised oxtail served over Oaxacan mole sauce. Pair
your meal with one of their delicious margaritas (no bottled mix used here), sangria, or perhaps a michelada—beer and tomato juice on ice with lime and a salted rim.