Seeyamañana opens in Nomad today
The staff behind Nomad’s common underground cocktail bar Patent Pending has opened a Mexican restaurant up coming door, the place tacos and tostadas are produced mostly meat-free of charge.
Located on the basement stage of 49 West 27th Street, around Sixth Avenue, Seeyamañana is turning its attention to marinated fruits and root greens. Here, chef Carlos Chavarria is producing tacos stuffed with lesser-witnessed fillings — such as poblano pepper, apple, raisin, and banana — together with a choice of limey, vegetarian ceviches. Patent Pending proprietor Ryan McKenzie is managing drinks at the new restaurant, which incorporate leveled-up micheladas and frozen mezcal and tequila margaritas for summertime consuming.
Seeyamañana joins a expanding number of Mexican eating places that have opted to aim on vegetarian and vegan cooking in the latest months. For All Matters Fantastic, which debuted in Bed-Stuy final July, serves meat as a now-and-yet again distinctive, but primarily focuses on seasoned fungi, legumes, and flowers. A lot more a short while ago, the staff driving Oxomoco in Greenpoint opened Xilonen, a Mexican cafe whose al pastor and chorizo is decidedly meat-no cost. Seeyamañana, the most current addition to this welcome development, is open for out of doors and indoor dining from 5 to 11 p.m., Monday as a result of Friday, and starting up at 10 a.m. on weekends.
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— Greenpoint new American favorite Esme is back again open this week adhering to a months-long momentary closure owing to the pandemic. The restaurant’s backyard is open up for assistance, as is its recently renovated dining place.
— A new location of Craft + Have opens on the Higher West Side today, according to a spokesperson. Found at 466 Amsterdam Avenue, the craft beer store is the company’s sixth in New York City.
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— Breaking: Bill de Blasio is last but not least acquiring pleasurable as mayor.
— Us, way too:
A single pre-pandemic detail I pass up incredibly substantially is waking up way as well early, going for walks to the diner I was fortunate enough to stay by, and sitting down with a plate of horrible-outstanding foodstuff and alarmingly sturdy espresso until eventually the sunshine was absolutely out
— Jeremy Gordon (@jeremypgordon) April 16, 2021