Spanish Food is IN & No Restaurant in NY Does it Better Than El Porrón
Award-winning website, Punchin-dot-com, features the Walman Report and reviews of restaurants, travel, wine and theater. The Tomato Fight has been a well-known Spanish tradition for as long as we can remember, and while we can’t exactly be throwing tomatoes at each other on the streets of New York, there’s no reason we can’t still partake in the celebration. El Porrón on the Upper East Side has designed a Tapas Festival Special to honor this annual food fight.
One Night Only, August 25th, while Spaniards are busy getting dirty, you can enjoy a hearty spread of 6 of chef Gonzalo “Mr. G” Bermeo’s classic and signature tapas with 2 glasses of any wine of your choice, like a vibrant Rioja or a sparkling Txakolina.
This special was designed for two, so bring a partner along to share in the eating. The offerings include Classic hearty golden ‘omelet’ of eggs, potatoes, onions and Spanish ham. Fresh tiger shrimp sautéed in garlic and white wine sauce. Roasted red peppers & asparagus. Littleneck clams baked in a mildly spicy tomato & herb sauce and Grilled chicken breast with eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, tomato & onion. Spanish food is IN, & no restaurant in NY does it Better Than El Porrón, 1123 1st Avenue, at 61st Street. For reservations for this special, call Diego at 212-207-8349. That’s 212-207-8349. .
On August 25th Only
Here’s what’s on the menu:
$80 for 2 people
1 glass of wine per person
sharing of the following tapas:
Classic hearty golden ‘omelet’ made with farm fresh eggs, sliced potatoes & sweet onions
Thin slices of dry-cured Spanish country ham served with toasted garlic bread & fresh tomato
Gambas al Ajillo
Fresh tiger shrimp sautéed in garlic, EVOO & Albariño white wine sauce – served sizzling in an authentic
Pimientos Del Piquillo
Roasted Navarra red peppers & asparagus in silky, mild sweet pepper sauce
Littleneck clams baked in a mildly spicy tomato & herb sauce
Pollo con Pisto
Grilled chicken breast served with a classic Spanish Ratatouille of eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, tomato & onion
Anyone interested in this special should make a reservation with Diego at the restaurant, 212-207-8349. El Porrón is located at 1123 1st Avenue, at 61st Street.
Great Food . . . Great Value. Don’t Miss This One!
Click Here To Read Our Original Review: https://culinarygourmet.wordpress.com/2010/06/13/classic-and-signature-tapas-at-el-porron-una-tasca-moderna/
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