Location

132 St Marks Place
New York, NY 10009
212.367.0999


Hours

The taqueria at Al Pastor:

Mon-Thurs: 12 PM-12 AM
Friday: 12 PM-2 AM
Sat: 1 PM-2 AM & Sun: 1 PM-12 AM

Bar:

Mon-Thurs: 4 PM-12 AM
Friday: 4 PM-2 AM
Sat: 1 PM-2AM & Sun: 1 PM-12 AM

MENU

Tacos

Al Pastor

5

Bistec

5

Short Rib

7

Cheeseburger (2 per order)

7

Chicken, Chipotle

4

Beer Braised Pork Tongue

4

Chorizo

4

Mushrooms, Epazote

4

Nopales

4

ESSENTIALS

Nachos

Chorizo + $2

9

Chicken Wings

Peanuts, Arbol Chiles

14

Guacamole

8

Sides - 5

Drunken Black Beans

Queso

Pozole, Chicharrones

White Beans, Chilmole

Spicy Coleslaw

Esquites

DESSERT

Mexican Fernet Ice Cream

4

MARGARITAS - 12

Classic

Pueblo Viejo Blanco, Fresh Lime, Smoked Salt

Mezcal

Fidencio Clasico, Fresh Lime, Smoked Salt

¿Porque No?

Espolon Blanco, Fresh Pineapple, Cilantro, Serrano Chile

Spicy Cucumber

Cimarron Blanco, Fresh Cucumber, Jalapeno

Seasonal Special

Ask your bartender for details

MICHELADAS

House

Chile Salt, Tecate

9

Peach

Peach Nectar, Pasilla Chile, Lemon and Shöfferhofer Hefeweizen

10

FOR 2-3

Scorpion Bowl

Cimarron Reposado, Mezcal, Fresh Pineapple and Citrus

29

COCKTAILS

Paloma

Peloton de la Muerte Mezcal, Ting Grapefruit Soda, Mexican Oregano

11

New World Order

Spring 44 Gin, Lemon-Thyme, Cold Pressed Cranberry

14

Bushwood Fizz

Tito’s Vodka, Hibiscus Molasses, Ginger and Lemon

11

Tamarind Gin and Tonic

Von Humboldt’s Tamarind Cordial, Gin, House Tonic

14

Amity Island Iced Tea

Ballast Point White Whiskey, White Armagnac, Yaguara Cachaça, Peloton Mezcal, Lemon and Moxie

15

FROZEN

Tropic Thunder 4000

Pueblo Viejo Blanco, Campari, Guava and Coconut

14

ON DRAFT

“Cold Brew” Shot

Pueblo Viejo Añejo with Galliano Ristretto

6

Dirty Boulevard

Bourbon, Maurin Quina, Grand Poppy Bitter

14

Tequila $5

Astral

Cabeza Blanco

Calle 23 Blanco

Calle 23 Reposado

Calle 23 Añejo

Cazadores Blanco

Centinela Blanco

Centinela Reposado

Centinela Añejo

Cimarron Blanco

Cimarron Reposado

Corralejo Blanco

Corralejo Reposado

Dulce Vida 100 Blanco

Espolon Blanco

Espolon Reposado

Gran Centenario Plata

Gran Centenario Reposado

Gran Centenario Añejo

Milagro Silver

Milagro Reposado

Milagro Añejo

Olmeca Altos Plata

Pueblo Viejo Blanco

Pueblo Viejo Reposado

Pueblo Viejo Añejo

Tapatio Blanco

Tequila - 6

7 Leguas Blanco

7 Leguas Reposado

7 Leguas Añejo

Cazadores Reposado

Dulce Vida Reposado

Fortaleza Blanco

Tapatio Reposado

Tapatio Añejo

Tequila Uno

Tequila - 7

Cazadores Añejo

Corralejo Añejo

Dulce Vida Añejo

Fortaleza Reposado

Fortaleza Añejo

Mezcal - 5

Bruxo

El Buho

El Pelotón de la Muerte

Fidencio Clasico

Fidencio Unico

Mina Real Silver

Mina Real Reposado

Nuestra Soledad

Pierde Almas Puratita Verda

Union

Mezcal - 7

Alipús San Andrés

Alipús San Baltazar

Guelavila

Alipús San Juan del Rio

Ilegal Mezcal Joven

Mezcal - 9

De Leyenda - Durango

De Leyenda - Gurrero

De Leyenda - Oaxaca

Fidencio Madrecuixe

Fidencio Pechuga

Fidencio Tobalá

DRAFT BEER

Narragansett Lager

Providence, RI5% abv

7

Modelo Especial

Mexico 4.4% abv

6

Negra Modelo

Mexico 5.4% abv

6

Stevens Point Pale Ale

Stevens Point, WI 5.4% abv

7

Lagunitas IPA

Petaluma, CA, 6.2% abv

7

Stillwater "Classique" Saison

Baltimore, MD 4.5% abv

8

Shöfferhofer Hefeweizen

Frankfurt, Germany 5% abv

8

Singlecut "18-Watt" Session IPA

Queens, NY 5% abv

8

Beau's "LugTread" Kölsch

Vankleek Hill, Ontario 5.2% abv

8

Braven Pilsner

Bushwick ,NY 5.5% abv

8

Allende Golden Ale

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico 4.5% abv

9

Evil Twin "Falco" IPA

Brooklyn, NY 7% abv

9

Knee Deep Extra Pale Ale

Auburn, CA 7% abv

9

Lion Stout

Sri Lanka 8% abv

9

BEER CANS

Mexicali

Baja, Mexico 5% abv

5

Founders "All Day" IPA

Grand Rapids, MI 4.7% abv

6

UINTA Black Lager “BABA”

S.L. CUT 4% abv

8

Yoho Brewing "YonaYona" Pale Ale,

Nagano, Japan 5.5%

12

BEER BOTTLES

Pacifico

Mazatlán, Mexico 4.4% abv

6

Victoria

Toluca, Mexico 4% abv

6

Allende White Ale

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 5.5% abv

9

Allende IPA

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 6.5% abv

9

"Off Color Troublesome" Sour

Chicago, IL 5.3% abv

9

DRAFT CIDER

Austin Eastcider Original Dry

Austin, TX 5% abv

7

Slyboro Black Currant

Granville, NY 6.9% abv

9

Castañon

Asturias, SP 6% abv

10

Guacamole - 8

Nachos - 9

+ Chorizo $2

Chicken Wings - 14

TACOS

Al Pastor

5

Bistec

5

Short Rib

7

Cheeseburger (2 per order)

7

Chicken, Chipotle

4

Beer Braised Pork Tongue

4

Chorizo

4

Mushrooms, Epazote

4

Nopales

4

Sides - 5

Drunken Black Beans

Queso

Pozole, Chicharrones

White Beans, Chilmole

Spicy Coleslaw

Esquites

Parties

We welcome group parties of 10 or more, and receptions for up to 75 guests.

Group packages for food and beverage are also available by the hour, for those interested in all-inclusive celebrations.


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With 18 rotating beers on tap, a robust selection of margaritas and micheladas, and a working tortilleria with options for meat eaters and vegans alike, Empellón Al Pastor is a great place to host your next private event. The newly remodeled venue can accommodate up to 75 people in a casual, attractive space on one of New York City’s most iconic corners. Food and drink bundles as well as beverage-only packages are available.

Delivery

Empellón Al Pastor is available for delivery 7 days a week via our website.

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Al Pastor

Conceived through a cultural exchange not unlike those that define New York City, tacos al pastor exemplify the greatness and indigenous ingenuity of Mexican cuisine. Lebanese immigrants brought their spit-roasted shawarma to Mexico in the 19th century, and it didn’t take long before Mexico adapted this “shepherd’s style” technique for pork.

As a chef, I often feel an immense pressure to innovate and interpret, so much so that sometimes attempting to replicate something simple and deliciously authentic feels fresh and new. For me, this happened with tacos al pastor.

At Empellón Al Pastor, we have a finite focus on one of the most delicious ideas ever to adorn a tortilla. Pork shoulder steaks are rubbed with chile and roasted on a spit. We slice the meat thin and dress it with a green salsa followed by a red one, then add a sliver of pineapple with a bit of onion. Our tortillas are created in-house in a special area solely for this purpose.

Nixtamalization--Mexico’s most important cooking technique--happens here every morning. In this process, field corn is boiled and ground into aromatic masa for our tortillas every day.

-AS