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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
52 Irving PlUSNYNew 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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Casa Mono offers a variety of inventive and robust "raciones", traditional appetizers or entrees. Bar Jamón features wonderful Spanish cheeses and hams, small plates and an identical selection of wines and Sherries to its next door neighbor.
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Small-bite fans gather at this intimate Gramercy nook for upscale Spanish dishes & a deep wine list.- Google
People talk about mario batali, small plates, razor clams, spanish wine and spanish tapas
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Jeff Cohen
reviewed a month 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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Carlos Medeiros
reviewed a week ago
Great Spanish tapas restaurant with s relaxed but sophisticated vibe. Definitely worth a visit.
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Daniel Levine
reviewed 8 months ago
Superchef Mario Batali is the toque behind these happening Spanish-ish twins serving amazing food in very tight and trendy surroundings. In theory, Bar Jamón, whose entrance is just around the corner, is something of a waiting room for the Casa Mono restaurant. In practice, however, 14-stool Jamón stands on its own as a fabulous place for a full-flavored Rioja along with delicious hams and cheeses. At bustling Casa Mono, the menu expands to include a huge range of inventive tapas, along with a short menu of grilled meats, creative pastas and pizzas. For gastronomical theater, the best seats are at the bar, facing the open kitchen.
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Michael Marquis II
reviewed 2 months ago
DON'T BE LATE FOR YOUR RESERVATION!! They are strict with tables and time. It was my 1st time eating there and it was great. If you don't know everything is set up as small appetizer portions. My wife and I ordered several different dishes. The Braised beef cheek was fantastic!!. They have an amazing wine selection. If you are a casual wine drinker there house wine was good. We will definitely go back. Also. It is very small dining area so if you looking for privacy this will not work.
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Greg Sorce
reviewed 4 months 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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Carly Wiechec
reviewed 11 months ago
I love sitting at the bar here and watching the chef's at work in the open kitchen. They serve a wonderful variety of small dishes. This was my first time having razor clams and that dish kept me coming back to try more. I always recommend this to friends in the area as a small, cozy, casual place to grab dinner.