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Tapas

The pan-Japanese restaurant has a sprawling menu of sushi, yakitori, ramen, seafood entrees and even a Japanese brunch.
Vegetable charcuterie, coconut quiche, and caramelized artichoke hearts are among the menu's offerings.
Leave the flatbreads, take the cannoli.
Because the world East Village needs more sockless men gesticulating over a gram of food at 4 in the afternoon.
Salt cod on toast, pig ear terrine and three different kinds of paella await at this expansive 120-seat restaurant.
More like TGI Tapas, amirite?
Cadaques, the gorgeous tapas gem on Grand Street in Williamsburg, turns two years old tomorrow, and they're cooking up quite a feast to celebrate.
Tucked away on the nondescript corner of Starr and Wilson Streets, away from the L train hubs of Jefferson and Morgan, it's easy to miss El Mio Cid, which opened last year.
We round up the city's best aperitivo and tapas for your snacking pleasure.
We take a look at new Chelsea Spanish restaurant Salinas, featuring a nifty retractable roof, tapas, and homestyle Spanish favorites.
Nestled between a Williamsburg condo construction site and another building occupied by
In 1960, big shot restaurateur Joe Baum opened La Fonda del Sol,
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