The taco enthusiasts at Tacombi are opening their fifth Mexican eatery in New York tomorrow, this time with an airy offering on Bleecker Street in the West Village. In style, it is most similar to their Flatiron outpost, boasting loads of white tile, whitewashed brick, and a boat load of pineapples. If it's anything like the scene at their Nolita restaurant, it's going to be quite lively on Friday and Saturday nights.

The flavors and styles of the Yucatan are the focus here, which means "salbutes," with marinated chicken atop a fried tortilla, and Panucho de Lechon, slow-roasted suckling pig. Of course the chainlet's superior tacos are on offer as well, including the delightful Crispy Fish with poblano mayo and another with red angus flap steak.

Freshly-pressed juices and aquas frescas are available for teetotalers and there's a Michelada ($8) for the rest of us. Apparently, that's the only thing that will save your scorched tongue from the heavy use of habanero peppers in the food, so beware the squirt of Vista Hermosa salsa on every dish.

255 Bleecker Street, (646) 964-5984; website

Tacombi - Bleecker Street - Menu