SOCARRAT Paella Bar - Nolita

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284 Mulberry St (btwn Houston & Prince St.)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 219-0101
Paella, Spanish, Tapas
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 4:30 PM–11:00 PM Fri: 4:00 PM–11:30 PM Sat: 11:30 AM–11:30 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM


Foursquare Tips

  • The Nolita location of Lolo Manso's paella bar has more space and higher energy than the original in Chelsea, but the paella, each made to order, is just as good.
  • Squid ink paella and cuttlefish appetizer are amazing!
  • The bacon cheese dates are amazing and the paella is made from scratch per order!
  • This has many of the same menu items as the original location, but features more seating.
  • Maybe it's because I've been to Spain that I think this paella is okay and there's way too much crusty rice on the bottom called Socarrat that hurt my molars at the end of the night. Eh. Next.
  • Show your paid parking to get 10% off your bill
  • The seafood squid ink paella is great, but the lobster paella is easily worth the $10 premium.
  • killer appetizers: grilled octopus and fried artichoke. we went with both lobster and arroz negro paellas for our table. both were great, but lobster was definitely gone first.
  • Get the paella :).
  • Amazing food. Got the Paella Socarrat and is one of the best meals I've had in ages. Service is outstanding. 10/10 would come again.
  • Awesome date night spot. Very dark and classy ambiance.
  • Seafood paellas are my favorites. Sunday brunch has bottomless mimosas for $12! Good to know!
  • Try the squid ink paella! Yum!
  • The paella for 2 is really big enough for 4! The seafood option (mussels, clams, shrimp, etc) is amazing! The pink sangria is also amazing.
  • Best paellas in the city. You can skip on the appetizers and go straight for the paellas. The one with the black rice and the one with the assortment of meats are 2 thumbs up!
  • The paella is a must but treat yourself to the Datiles Rellenos (bacon cheese dates) - so yummy! Save room for the Bunuelos, they're like little delicious balls of donut.
  • Grilled octopus is to DIE for.
  • Get the arroz negro (squid ink) paella and the carne paella
  • Tuesday flamenco nights are VERY loud. Croquetas are amazing
  • Try the negra paella