Flamenco, paella, tapas. Socarrat Paella Bar is the place to be for all things España.
Looking for an authentic and delicious place for dinner tonight? Socarrat Paella Bar is an intimate locale for Spanish cuisine. With three locations across Manhattan, you can become a true flamenca as you enjoy your meal and the occasional flamenco performance.
“Socarrat” is actually the crispy rice that forms on the bottom and sides of the pan that is used to make paella and is considered a delicacy in Spain. In other words, “Socarrat” is the result of a paella cooked to perfection, something that this restaurant prides themselves on.
Of course there’s a large selection of tapas on the menu as well. Tapas are traditional small plates that consist of a variety of hot and cold dishes. They can be eaten as snacks, appetizers, or you can mix and match them to be made into main courses. Think tortilla española, jamón serrano, pulpo a la gallega,(grilled octopus with potatoes) and croquetas.
And, on Tuesdays from 7-10 pm Socarrat also features live Flamenco performances at their Nolita location.
Address: Chelsea 259 West 19th Street, Nolita 284 Mulberry Street, Midtown East 953 2nd Avenue
Hours: vary based on location
More info: their website.
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