Donostia

Row 1

Details
155 Avenue B (at 10th St)
New York, NY 10009
(646) 256-9773
Spanish, Wine Bar, Café
$ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 6:00 PM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • I dig this place. Don't leave without trying the apricot & the salmon tapas. Bocadillo & the pantxineta (almond custard dessert) are a great way to start & end too. Ermita wine on tap too = A+
  • One phenomenon this year was sandwiches made with substitutes for the usual two slices of bread. This spots "Tortillas de doble capa," is filled with spinach and leeks which tumble out the sides.
  • The tap wine is delicious, and the tapas affordable & inventive. Great addition to the neighborhood
  • All the things. Try to eat all the things.
  • Awesome spot for genuine Spanish eats. Order A Gilda and a sagra!
  • The smoked salmon Montaditos are a must have which is served with crema, guindillas, almonds and local raw honey. http://freshnyc.com/tapas/tapas-and-wine-bar-taste-spain-east-village-donostia
  • The food was not good. We asked what seafood was fresh and the response was "well it's canned so it's all fresh". We tried the mussels anyway...and they were gross. They cut the jamon wrong too.
  • Excellent food and wine. Reasonable prices
  • Tortilla & pt
  • You can't go wrong with anything on the menu so there's nothing I'd recommend. The plates are very small by the way so nine dishes makes a lot of sense for two.
  • Food was good there's a lot to pick and also the dessert is very small menu but good the area is nice also
  • A tightly seated, very welcoming pintxos (basque tapas) bar with the warmest owner. Bonitos, the recommended cheese (delicious), meatlovers tortilla if they've got it.
  • Pretty good food but terrible service.
  • Spanish tortilla, the salt cod pate, and the marcona almonds!
  • The Spanish tortilla is excellent, as are the marcona almonds. Love the salt cod anything
  • Awesome tapas, montaditos, and basque treats.
  • This place is as close to Basque Country as you can get. Plus! Prices are totally reasonable. Enjoy it!
  • Tortillas de Doble Capa, a sandwich could also be made with a Spanish tortilla, which is basically an egg-and-potato pie.
  • Popped in for a glass of wine. Intimate spot with an extensive food/wine menu.
  • Conserva (basically, fancy canned food). don't miss the tortilla Espaola. The bar also pours the largest sherry collection in the city.

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