Praise-Worthy Paella in Midtown
- Socarrat’s dessert menu is minimal, but it includes churros, which Manso also sells at his churro-centric café, La Churreria in Nolita.
- Feel like hosting a paella party for you and your closest friends? The restaurant has a private room in the back.
- Manso likes to make appearances in his restaurants and in addition to scraping up the socarrat, he will happily talk to guest about his love of NYC, paella and Spain.
Good to Know
- The prices for the paellas are listed per person and the minimum order is for two.
- There is balcony seating on the second level.
- The chairs on the second level are very upright and not super comfy. Request a banquette if you can.
- Unlike Socarrat’s Chelsea and Nolita locations, none of the tables here are communal which means you can scrape your paella pan comfortably without bumping into the person next to you.
·Baby Eggplants, Goat Cheese, Arugula, Honey, Pine Nuts and Vinaigrette
·Spanish Dates Stuffed with Almond and Blue Cheese, Wrapped in Bacon
·Sizzling Shrimp, Garlic, Olive Oil and Guindilla Hot Pepper
·Carne Paella: Pork, Duck, Chicken, Chorizo, Mushrooms
·Arroz Negro Paella: Shrimp, Calamari, Scallops, Fish and Squid Ink
·El Coto Rose: Refreshing and juicy
·Socarrat serves three kinds of sangria: classic Red made with red wine, white made with Cava and a currently, a summer version that’s made with rose.
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