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About Casa Mono
Casa Mono and its sister restaurant, Bar Jamon, are located next to each other on Irving Place and 17th Street, just east of Union Square. Awarded three stars from The New York Times in 2015 and a Michelin Star in 2009 (and every year since), Casa Mono is a tapas bar restaurant inspired by the cooking of Spain’s Costa Brava.
We require a credit card for reservations of 5 or more. Your card will not be charged; however, in the event of a no-show or cancellation the day of the reservation your card will be charged a fee of $50 per guest.
New York, NY 10003
Spanish, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Tuesday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 12:00am
$31 to $50
4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, W and L trains to 14th Street/Union Square.
Bar Dining, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Call to reserve a spot at our monthly wine education class in Bar Jamon. Casa Mono and Bar Jamon are available for buy outs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Whether you’re hosting a dozen friends for your birthday, treating the office to lunch, or sitting down with 30 other food obsessed celebrants for a multi-course culinary journey, Casa Mono and Bar Jamón can craft an event to remember.
Casa Mono Ratings and Reviews
I was ready for an amazing meal but was really disappointed. Maybe it's just what we ordered, but the only one worth talking about is the Razor Clams which were delicious. Otherwise, everything else was either too bland (croquetas de bacalao), too greasy (pork croqueta) or just not impressive (fideos). I love Battali's other restaurants, but Casa Mono didn't hit the mark for me. I might try again during dinner and get different dishes (other than the clams), but for brunch this is a huge pass for me.
When I got to Casa Mono, I was a little cranky. But the staff there were so patient and attentive, my bad mood disappeared quickly. The food was outstanding and my best friend, who is not food adventurous, said he would love to go back and try some of the other dishes. He thought the mussels were spectacular! I’m definitely looking forward to visiting this place again.
We reconnend the Pulpo with grapefruit, grilled sardines, fried quail, scallops with green curry.
If possible, sit at the kitchen counter to watch the masters at work.
Beware of the loud sound volume of the venue, it is not rimantic but fine for a casual dinner.
I had been to Casa Mono several times in the last decade. Last time I went was probably two or three years ago. Since then the quality of the food has decreased while the value went up. Portions were smaller, flavors more bland, and every dish lacked that special kick that made Casa Mono one of my favorite places back in the day.
I've eaten here many times & the food is always fabulous! The very small cozy restaurant had always been complimented by its choice of background (Mediterranean) music - which allowed you to carry on a conversation. But not this time! Suddenly there was hard rock BLASTING thru the restaurant, which I think was quite inappropriate. When we said something to the hostess, she was totally rude & said that that was how Mario liked it. Total lack of empathy for the customers!!!
I had high hopes and the team at Casa Mono surpassed our expectations. Wonderfully creative yet very approachable and delicious dishes. The grilled avocado that came with the outstanding goat confit was perhaps the most impressive thing I have tasted in years.
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