: "Tapas and Flamenco In An Intimate Setting" New York City Nightlife Tip by kidkilowatt

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I have only been to this place once, but I have always wanted to go back. This is a small and intimate tapas place and the food is really delicious. Best of all, on Wednesday nights, they have flamenco dancers perform. So go there, order up a pitcher of sangria to share with friends, order some great tapas and enjoy the flamenco which, from what I am told is pretty authentic flamenco. The only thing is, since this place is pretty small, it can be tough to find a seat at the bar or the surrounding tables unless you come early- and depending on where you are, it could be tough to see the flamenco dancers. I couldn't find any info on the bar on the internet, so you might want to call and find out when they do flamenco (it might have changed since I visited) and what time it starts. Or else, stop by any night and grab some tapas for dinner, because those tapas are great on their own, even without the additional attraction of the flamenco.

Dress Code: Casual

Address: 33 Crosby St (btw. Grand and Broome)
Directions: East Village
Phone: (212) 219-8856
Theme: Eating and Drinking

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  • Updated Apr 5, 2005
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