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Theater District NYC -- A Great New Restaurant: La Pulperia

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For tourists & locals alike, New York City's theater district is a wasteland of horrible, overpriced restaurants (with a few gems in the mix).

Last night my wife & I dined with friends at a new restaurant, La Pulperia, and it is excellent!

http://www.pulperianyc.com/

I had the pacu fish ribs --- amazing! Also the bespoke cocktails are not to be missed.

From Blackbook: "On a stretch of West 46th Street where elderly tourists in oversized jackets stuff every window frame, one might hope that Latin newcomer La Pulperia can remain a gem just hidden enough. Two weeks after opening the signage has yet to go up outside, and the staff are in playful debate about whether to keep it that way. The door marked 371 is well worth seeking out, especially if partaking in co-owner Victor Medina’s tequila offerings won’t compromise, I don’t know, your evening plans with another revival of Sister Act."

http://www.blackbookmag.com/restaurants/latin-love-la-pulperia-comes-to-hell-s-kitchen-1.59328

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