If you’ve ever walked across Houston Street and thought to yourself, "I wish there was a good Mexican restaurant around here that wasn’t Dos Caminos," Bar Tulix is for you. In the space on Houston and Greene that was home to Burger & Barrel for about a decade, you'll now find this seafood-heavy Mexican restaurant with food from the chef behind Oxomoco and Speedy Romeo. The menu isn’t traditional—there’s an aguachile turned black with squid ink and a riff on a Caesar salad—but all of the food is tasty. Standout dishes so far include the masa-encrusted fish, the shrimp cocktail tostada, and the roast duck with mole poblano. We could see ourselves coming here for a fun Saturday night involving probably too much mezcal, or for a drink and snack at the bar the next time we're in Soho.