I'm very much on board with any and all restaurant trends that involve unique seating like swings. The moving benches at Camacho's—a new Mexican spot opening today—are more your garden variety rocking chairs made to look like swings with those deceptive ropes. But until we're sippin' margaritas on someone's actual porch this summer, this is the next best thing.

Owner Michael Sinensky retooled his raucous sports bar Little Town NYC into Camacho's, whose kitchen is being helmed by Puebla native Fernando Camacho. The chef turned out tasty Mexican street food at a recent press preview, including some excellent, meat-stuffed flautas; solid mini quesadillas; and a beguiling shrimp salad served in an edible tortilla bowl. Overall, the shrimp was one of the best things on the menu.

The FB Hospitality Group hasn't strayed too far from their debauched roots. A giant neon sign proclaims "Tequila makes my clothes come off," a nod to the cringe-worthy Joe Nichols song I heard way too many times while working for Brother Jimmy's many years back. If you, too, disrobe at the prospect of agave spirits, order up a margarita and/or tequila flight and let it all hang out.

118A East 15th Street; camachosnyc.com