170 W 4th St ( )
New York, NY 10014
Neighborhoods: West Village
December 3, 20075.0
You have to try this place if you like tapas. Not only is everything delicious, their service is good too. I love their peach and pear sangria…b/c it tastes like juice. But you get a nice buzz from it too. Its about $8-10 per plate and small portions, but they keep providing you with bread so you can dip it in their awesome sauces. Definitely one of my fav restaurants in NYC. (try the prawns in vinegar sauce & the chorizo and white beans)
August 12, 20073.0
If you’re going to pay more than you really should for tapas and sangria in NYC-and you undoubtedly will-then you really could do far worse than this 16-seater in the West Village. I ordered delicious, garlicky gambas, perfectly succulent New Zealand lambchops, and tender beef skewers in an unobtrusive red wine reduction. Sangria comes in three varieties-red pear, white peach, and sparkling strawberry-each of which more than did the trick, though purists might detract. You can even get black current-cranberry Lambda straight from the bottle. True, I paid through the nose. True, I was not as drunk as I’d liked to have been after two sangrias. But the superb food, extremely attentive staff, and cool surrounds (they make the most of a tiny space on a bustling street), make the dining experience more than worthwhile.
July 24, 20074.0
I visit this tiny hole-in-the-wall tapas bar once a month, if not every other week. The service is incomparable, the atmosphere is cozy and carefree, the sangria is refreshing, and the food is fantastic. It all just comes together to be one of my favourite places to be in the city. (The gambas never fails to impress.)
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