Toro

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Details
85 10th Ave (Entrance on 15th St & 11th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 691-2360
Spanish, Cocktail, Tapas
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 4:30 PM–11:00 PM Thu–Sat: 4:30 PM–Midnight Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

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  • They describe the duck wing drumettes as almost a reworked Spanish version of Peking duck, thanks to sea salt, sesame seeds, and a quince glaze. Epic.
  • Be adventurous. The crazier it sounds, the better it tastes: smoked duck drumettes,bone marrow with beef cheek jam, tripe w/ blood sausage. Pay with Cover and skip waiting for the check!
  • The Erizos Con Caviar is one of the best bites in the city. Don't forget to use Cover!
  • Paellas are the best way to feed a hungry group. Small will fill up two or three people, while large can feed four to six. The snail and rabbit is the most interesting.
  • Devilled eggs topped with salty slivers of conserved tuna belly are hard to argue with, and its easy to imagine eating ten of the warm Medjool dates
  • The last Boston import with as much hype as Toro was Babe Ruth. Our Food & Drink Award Winner for Best New Import, Toro impresses with their twist on Spanish tapas. Try the plancha-seared octopus.
  • Boston's wildly popular tapas restaurant heads to NYC. Opens 3rd week Sept 2013.
  • Pork belly and brussel sprouts. Don't for get to pay with Cover!
  • Def order the salt cod fritters and the foie gras skewer. And get the Verdad Y Amor cocktail. Also noticed plugs at the bar where you could charge your phone.
  • ORDER: Smoked duck drumettes, salt-cod fritters, grilled cuttlefish, lobster-and-black-truffle paella, patatas bravas, sea urchin and miso butter sandwich, smoked eggplant salad.
  • Caitlin is the beverage director and she is awesome! Highly recommend the live sea urchin, blowfish tails, sage leaves stuffed with chicken liver, and definitely hit up the lobster or rabbit paella.
  • Nevermind on ordering the classics. Just go with the crazy tapas :)
  • The food is pretty stellar but the ambiance is untsa untsa thanks to the nearby meatpacking crowd. Try the foie gras, brussels sprouts, bone marrow (yes, I like animal fat)
  • Great ambiance, great drinks and wine selection! The mackerel tartare is surprisingly light and not fishy at all - def a must order! The churros on the other hand is not very memorable.
  • This new Chelsea hotspot serves up some of the best tapas in the city, with one of the most extensive menus we've seen. Don't miss the veal sweetbreads, blowfish tails, and duck wing drumettes.
  • Get the uni on a spoon!! Thank me after you get the foodgasm!
  • Hard to go wrong with anything on the menu. Personally loved the octopus, croquetas, deviled eggs, foie gras, and blow fish tails. Can't wait to come back and try more! The paella looked yummy.
  • Probably the best paella I've had in New York. Great crispy bottom. Nice sidra collection, too.
  • Standout dishes include jamon iberico, yellowtail crudo, uni bocadillos, salad with tahini dressing, and the soft goat cheese dish.
  • The menu at Toro is a heady mix of traditional tapas and original creations. Standouts on the 60 + item menu include the carabineros, the pig ear terrine, and the octopus with potatoes.