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Tablao Brings Spain Back to SoNo in a Big Way – Review

18 Oct

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Big, bold flavors perfectly executed. Fun and lively vibes. That’s what we took away from a recent visit to Tablao, a new Spanish-Mediterranean tapas and wine bar that opened at 86 Washington Street in SoNo back in May. In fact, we enjoyed it so much we can’t wait to go back to this hotspot again. What made it such a nice experience, exactly? Well, you’ll just need to read our review to find out. Continue reading

Get Fatter This Fat Tuesday with Chef Carlos at The Spread

12 Feb

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Fat Tuesday is about eating all the awesome food that you possibly can handle with lots of drinks mixed in, right? Like so much that you need to roll yourself out of the restaurant, right? Oh, maybe there’s more than eating to Fat Tuesday, but you have to admire a day that people celebrate each year that has Fat in it and usually happens during people’s vacations. Whatever this blessed holiday means to you, it’s gonna be one helluva party at The Spread on 2/17 (that’s Fat Tuesday, BTW). 

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Celebrate Match’s 14th Birthday with 6 Courses for $35 – SoNo, CT

4 Oct

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14 years?  Damn.  That’s a long time in the restaurant biz, but with Chef Matt Storch as Executive Chef since 2001 (and now a partner, too,) it’s clear why Match continues to be a major success in SoNo.  Chef Storch’s food is imaginative, playful, bold, beautiful, and always in a process of evolution.  What’s great about the food at Match and what Chef Storch cooks in general (check him out at The Chelsea too) is that he’s not afraid to take chances and bring in influences from other cuisines.

This love of taking chances, being creative, and creating bold flavor profiles can be seen clearly in Match’s 14th Birthday 6 Course Meals.  From October 8-11, you’ll be able to pick the Fish & Veggies or the Meat Lovers meal for just $35 per person.  Here are both menus:

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