Fish taco and pork carnita taco at Pico Tequila in Bay Shore in March 2014 (Credit: Newsday / Joan Reminick)
A recent lunch at the new Pico Tequila Grill in Bay Shore was a sweet affair — in some ways, a bit too sweet.
The restaurant, which occupies the former home of Smokin’ Al’s Famous BBQ Joint, is a hip-looking knockout done with reclaimed barn wood and brick, which serves as a canvas for colorful wall art. Chef co-owner John Pellegrino's inexpensive Mexican-accented menu looks intriguing.
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