Our kitchen and bar are our legacy, bringing the best of Manhattan to Queens. Mouth watering Mexican food and killer renown Margaritas.
Our first location opened 30 years ago. This experience allows us to bring the very best quality in food and customer satisfaction.
We'll be waiting for you. Salud!


Besides our amazing and flavorful margaritas, our bar offers all types of liquors. From a relaxing glass of wine for reading a book or a chilled whisky on the rocks for a friendly meeting, to your favorite mexican beer for the sports event or a tequila shot for your friend's birthday!
Great music and friendly service will make any occasion as pleasant and comfortable for you to simply enjoy.

40-15 Queens Blvd, Sunnyside.

Between 40th and 41st Street.

Telephone: (718) 255-1671

Fax: (718) 255-1688


Monday 2pm to 12am
Tuesday 2pm to 12am
Wednesday 2pm to 12am
Thursday 2pm to 12am
Friday 1pm to 1am
Saturday 1pm to 1am
Sunday 1pm to 12am


To bring the highest quality ingredients to every guest, every day, everywhere.

Get the facts on our Mexican food to all our local clientele and transport them to an environment outside of New York.


To make tasteful, authentic homemade food from the freshest, highest-quality ingredients.

We would be honored to share our passion with you; and keep spreading the taste of Mexican Food.

At Arriba Arriba we bring all our best knowledge of mexican food from many years of experience and love for what we do.

  • The best service

    Warm attention for you to enjoy as if you were at home

  • Delicius food

    We use the best ingredients to delight your palate

  • Mexican taste

    The best of traditional Mexican cuisine just for you

  • Pleasant atmosphere

    A relaxing atmosphere for you to enjoy your meal

  • Catering service

    We provide an extensive catering service with the best ingredients for you to provide the best to your guests

  • Excelent Bar

    We have the best liquors for you to enjoy in good company


Mexican cuisine is primarily a fusion of indigenous Meso-american cooking with European, especially Spanish, elements added after the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire in the 16th century