Anyway, we completely forgot about it. Until now.
Thrillist NY had a writeup on the place, called Dos Toros. It opens Friday. Here's what they say about it:
From two Bay Area brothers who trekked to NYC only to find a complete lack of true West Coast food missiles, DT's serving just that from behind a takeaway counter in a reclaimed wood and exposed brick sleeve, flush with black steel cladding and rustic woven leather stools; the casual vibe's augmented by an instrumental funk playlist hand picked by the brothers, one of whom toured as a bassist for Third Eye Blind, but apparently hasn't considered how it's gonna be when you don't love beans anymore. Believing the superiority of WC burritos owes to the attention given each component, everything but the cheese, crema, and tortillas are made in-house, having undergone hundreds of batch testings to ensure quality; rice, pinto/black beans, cheese, salsa, and sour cream are carefully layered for structural integrity, and wrapped in their favorite hand-stretched, super-thin-yet-resilient flour tortilla...
Fork in the Road notes that the Dos Toros space was designed by the same people who did Spitzer's Corner, the Box, Boqueria and Hill Country.