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Casa Mono
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Today 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
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52 Irving Pl New York, NY 10003, United States
52 Irving PlaceUSNew YorkNew York10003
(212) 253-2773casamononyc.com
$$$Spanish Restaurant, BarToday 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
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Small-bite fans gather at this intimate Gramercy nook for upscale Spanish dishes & a deep wine list.- Google
"Michelin starred chef Anthony Sasso keeps bringing amazing plates to the tapas!"
"Had one of my most memorable meals at this Mario Batali establishment."
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Barrie Frontleo
2 weeks ago
Love this place. Very expensive, but really worth it. If you don't care, try to have dinner by sitting at the counter, and watch the people working, it something! Their steak could easily be considered as one of the best in NYC, if they were a steak house, but honestly, everything i tried here was delicious. Not cheap, but you will not regret it.
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Jennifer M
4 months ago
Excellent date spot. I came here after a concert to enjoy some food with a friend. It's a bit pricey (~$15-$19 for a small plate and typical to share 5 plates between two people), but the food is great. My favorites are the Raw Coho Salmon with Flor de Anis and Champagne as well as the Mackerel Escabeche with Muchos Pepinos. Everything my friend and I had was amazing, but those two dishes stood out. Intimate space, great food, friendly service. I definitely want to try this place again.
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Jeff Cohen
12 months ago
Great atmosphere and an inventive take on Spanish food. Not necessarily authentic, but, very much in the theme of the cuisine and of excellent quality. Excellent wine list as well. I had pan con tomate, razor clams, and some interesting pulpo over shaved fennel with grapefruit. The other dishes I saw were similarly adapted from Spanish classics. Extremely expensive, for what it is though. I ate alone, 3 plates, 1 small glass of Cava was $55 with tip. But I'd go back. Good location too. Expect to wait a long, long time if it's a busy night as it's tiny inside, maybe seats 30-40 people max. Especially enjoyable is to sit at the bar
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Greg Sorce
a year ago
One of the best restaurants in NY. Great open kitchen so you can sit at the bar and watch the Chef's work. Intimate setting! Creative Spanish menu.
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Alexandra Spirer
7 months ago
Amazing dinner with friends. This charming Michelin star restaurant truly lived up to it's reputation. We were seated at a lovely table overlooking the outside. The server was delightful and gave us great recommendations. We tried a bunch of their plates and their delicious cocktails. Would definitely recommend and hope to go back soon.
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Lori Luo
7 months ago
Casa Mono is one of the top tapas restaurants in all of NYC, if not the best. This restaurant, from the Batali-Bastianich duo, specializes in Basque-influenced small plates with a modern twist. It's a small, cozy restaurant, so reservations in advance are required. Start with the Razor Clams a la plancha, which are perfectly cooked and seasoned with plenty of garlic and parsley. The Pork Croquetas are also executed to a tee and paired with a pea aoili, ramps, and shiitake mushrooms. The Skirt Steak is also unbelievably flavorful, cooked to a medium, and paired with a romesco sauce. The dishes here bring out the best in Spanish food, and is a must-stop for any culinary lover.
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Yan Sim
3 months ago
The food here is exceptional and is worthy of it's Michelin star. However it can feel cramped on weekends.
Nicole Weiss
8 months ago
The servers at this restaurant are incredibly rude. Today they refused to allow a three year old child with special needs to use the bathroom, when it was obviously an emergency. I understand that restaurants have policies. However, the restaurant was not busy. It was in between the lunch and after work crowd. The child was three years old and had special needs. I will never support an establishment who can justify treating a child this way. Especially a child with special needs.
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