136 9th Ave
New York NY 10011
(212) 776-1990

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Carina Delice
By far my favorite restaurant in Nyc. Great deco. Great food.
Kevin Cabral
Try fideos, morcilla and really just about anything you haven't had before at a "Spanish" restaurant. Thank you Salinas for bringing home more than just jamón.
Olga Eps
Great date place. Everything was delicious, fresh, and well balanced in taste
Angeline Oentari
Joseph Legasto
Great rib eye steak, gambas, paella, and pollo is not to be missed in the best Spanish restaurant in New York City.
Albert Nichols
Go for the pie yay yuh
Nicolette Romero
The restaurant is so sexy.
Asako Onozawa
Loads of flowers in the restaurant. Artichoke dish was yummy,
Jenn Pedde
The service was fantastic, the food was amazing, but the smell of fresh flowers is what put this place on a whole other level.
Miranda C
Squid ink pasta is extraordinary.
The Corcoran Group
We love the patatas bravas and gambas al ajillo here, as well as the pretty setting.
Lauren S
Great food and gorgeous glass roof. This is a fantastic date spot for a nice summer night OR a rainy one!
Scott Hernandez
For brunch, get a pitcher of sangria and the Bikini A La Plancha, soooo good!
Rick Jacques
This sucks actually its good.
The New York Times
Recommended dishes: Crujiente mahonés, shrimp with garlic, jamón Ibérico, braised tripe, pumpkin-and-chicken soup, poached octopus, rosejat rápida, grilled chicken, suckling pig, torrija caramelizada.
Time Out New York
Try the Rosejat Rápida—a paella riff made with short noodles instead of rice—which incorporates poached chicken, chorizo and briny cockles. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
Gilt City
The name “Salinas” is an homage to the areas along the Mediterranean Sea where salt is harvested. This translates into tapas like fried shishito peppers and mussels in a wine and smoked paprika sauce.
A chic indoor-meets-outdoor haunt with great small plates and large plates like suckling pig w/grilled apricots.
Carlos Melia
Salinas Restaurant Basque-MED-Balearic influenceGreat TAPAS and full list of wines from the Basque region. Intimate and fantastic dine alfresco. More @
The Spanish joint has a San Sebastian native in the kitchen making everything from small plates like Iberico ham on toasted bread & garlicky head-on shrimp to bigger, sharable portions.
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