Manzanilla Spanish Brasserie, located in the heart of New York’s Gramercy Park neighborhood, offers two levels of dining that reflect the rich history of Andalusian design and architecture in a contemporary brasserie setting. In addition to the main dining room and large, light filled bar and cocktail area is a 40-seat private dining room, located on the lower level, adjacent to the restaurant’s wine cellar. The cellar, under the direction of General Manager and Wine Director Rick Pitcher, is home to an international selection of wine with a strong focus on Spain, an extensive list of Sherries, and a selection of European spirits. The traditional coursed menu, from Michelin Star Chef Dani Garcia, presents dishes rooted in the ingredients and culture of Andalucia and other Spanish regions, which can be easily adapted to suit a variety of event formats.
- The Restaurant Writes...
Contemporary Spanish cuisine by Dani Garcia
From the New York Times: "Yann de Rochefort, the owner of the Boqueria tapas bars, has joined with Dani Garcia, a Michelin two-star chef who owns Calima in Marbella, Spain, to create this spacious brasserie-style Spanish restaurant. It has an open kitchen and a look — a zigzag-pattern stone floor and wooden latticework — that channels the decorative motifs of Andalusia, in southern Spain. There’s tomato tartare, smoked octopus, pork belly on brioche, black rice with seafood, suckling pig and a deep list of sherries." - Florence Fabricant
- Contact Cassidy Jones at (212) 255-4086