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Casa Mono

  • 52 Irving Pl. Map It
  • Gramercy
  • Spanish

Published 09/10/2016

Fodor's Review

Andy Nusser put in his time cooking Italian under Mario Batali at Babbo before an obsession with Spain landed him his own acclaimed Iberian niche. The perennially cramped and crowded Casa Mono sends patrons to Bar Jamón, the wine-and-ham-bar annex next door, where you can pick at plates of jamón serrano while awaiting the main feature. Our favorite seats are at the Casa Mono counter overlooking the chef's open kitchen. Though most menu items are delectably shareable, of particular note are all things seared à la plancha (grilled on a metal plate), including blistered peppers and garlic-kissed mushrooms. Like his mentor, Nusser has a weakness for the neglected cuts of meat, so check your food fears at the door.

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52 Irving Pl., at 17th St., New York, New York, 10003-3447, USA

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Published 09/10/2016


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