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‘Iron Chef’ Opens NYC Outpost of His Popular Philly Tapas Bar

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Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)

 

This Spanish restaurant’s name translates to “loved” for a reason. James Beard award–winning chef Jose Garces (above right) has opened the New York City outpost of his popular Philadelphia tapas bar, Amada. With a panoply of delicious Iberian offerings—and a few new twists—Iron Chef Garces is already pleasing Brookfield Place patrons with lunch, happy hour, and dinner menus.

Culinary fare includes signature dishes like whole roasted suckling pig and a variety of other Andalusian favorites (see examples below). Happy hour patrons will find an extensive wine list of the Spanish ilk, seasonal sangria, and traditional cocktails (highlighted by a selection of gin and tonics). For more information on Amada’s NYC location, click here. Take a look at some interior shots of the restaurant, along with a peek at Amada’s cuisine below.

Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)
Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)
Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)
Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)
Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)
Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)
Amada NYC
(Daniel Krieger)