El Colmado NYC


“El Colmado is a classic Spanish tapas restaurant and wine bar. The restaurant is in an interesting location, tucked into a food hall with several other small restaurants in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. The name of the restaurant, El Comado, is taken from the Spanish word for “the grocer” which refers to the family-owned gourmet shops that are neighborhood staples in small Spanish towns. El Colmado’s menu is primarily made up of tapas, or shared plate, options. These include things like Iberico and Serrano ham, patatas bravas, fried calamari, gulf shrimp in garlic and olive oil and an arroz negro with creamy calaspara rice, squid ink, calamari and avocado. Some of the other sections on the menu include El Colmado’s signature oyster bar which guests can order either by the dozen or half dozen.”

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