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Casa Enrique: Queens is famous for its wealth of ethnic cuisines, but Mexican sure ain’t one of them. Thus, the new Casa Enrique strives to become the “most authenic” Mexican joint in the borough, using long-inherited family recipes. The small, well-thought out menu includes freshly-prepared guac ($8), four seafood options including ceviche and shrimp cocktail ($12), several tacos ranging from chorizo to cow’s tongue (2 for $8), and a half-dozen or so larger entrees like chicken enchiladas ($14), chili relleno ($14) and skirt steak ($19). You’ll have plenty of room to pig out as, unfortunately, the Casa has no booze at the moment as it currently only serves Mexican sodas ($3), agua frescas ($3) and a variety of coffee drinks. Luckily for future boozers, Casa just secured its liquor license and will be liquoring up LIC in no time but until then, it's just more room for dessert.
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