Alta- 25 Rated Zagat
64 West 10th Street (5th and 6th Ave, closer to 6th)
Sunday, February 21st
5:30 pm optional drinks 6:15 Dinner
$72-Muli-course shared tapas, gl of wine, tax & tip
A Zagat 25 rating, 5 years in a row, they say, “Alta is an inventive array of delectable Mediterranean small plates that are full of ’big flavors’. Alta stays on its game serving ‘premier tapas’ that get a ‘fine-dining’ upgrade. Alta is where unbelievable Mediterranean flavors translate into tremendous fun.” You’ll feel like you are in the middle of la hacienda with the rustic floors, fireplace and delicious small plates. NY Times food critic says, “Alta is just about the smartest small-plate restaurant I have seen in New York: the elements of food, wine and ambience all come together. The chef, Harrison Mosher…. created a menu…using flavors and ingredients from around the Mediterranean, and this he has done cleverly. Each meal at Alta was a natural, unforced pleasure.” New York Magazine says, “Chef Harrison Mosher’s elegant, offbeat presentations come off more haute tasting menu than run-of-the-mill Madrid.” Michelin Guide says “Alta’s kitchen turns out a parade of tastes.” Alta is hidden 2 steps down in a brownstone on West 10th between buildings 60 West 10th and 66 West 10th
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