Cafe Nunez

Midtown Manhattan

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Groups of two or four munch on two courses of Latin-inspired food and sip on traditional and original house drinks

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Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $32 for a Latin-inspired meal for two (up to an $80 total value)
  • $52 for a Latin-inspired meal for four (up to a $160 total value)<p>

The meal includes the following for each diner:

  • Hot or cold tapa (up to an $8 value each)
  • Entree (up to a $22 value each)
  • Drink (up to a $10 value each)<p>

The menu draws influence from all over the Latin American cuisine map. Meals start off with tapas, such as peruvian ceviche ($6) or a chicken or beef empanadilla ($6). Main courses skip over to the Caribbean for mofongo—fried green plantains mashed together with chicharrones or bacon and vegetables, chicken, shrimp, or meat ($10–$22). House drinks come in several refreshing varieties, such as a traditional mojito ($10), or more original options, such as a Honey Bee with vodka, amaretto liqueur, lemonade, and simple syrup ($10).<p>

Cafe Nunez

Nestled inside a Midtown storefront accented with a sleek maroon awning and floor-to-ceiling windows perches Café Nunez, a Latin American cuisine hotspot that serves up Spanish tapas. Head chef Rene Hernandez parlayed his education from Spanish culinary institute El Bulli into a gastronomical career, churning out flavorful morsels from the prolific menu. Both cold and hot shared appetizers—or tapas—rev up taste buds for main courses such as Chilean-sea-bass fillet or chicken medallions, which diners can devour or don as trophies, and desserts, including traditional flan or three-milk cake, add decadence to savory Latin American flavors. The lounge displays a variety of hookahs smoldering with fruit essences, and Latin Friday events transform the eatery, beckoning guests to boogie on an expansive dance floor to hip-shaking beats alongside succulent steaks dancing the merengue.

Café Nunez

Nestled inside a Midtown storefront accented with a sleek maroon awning and floor-to-ceiling windows perches Café Nunez, a Latin American cuisine hotspot that serves up Spanish tapas. Head chef Rene Hernandez parlayed his education from Spanish culinary institute El Bulli into a gastronomical career, churning out flavorful morsels from the prolific menu. Both cold and hot shared appetizers—or tapas—rev up taste buds for main courses such as Chilean-sea-bass fillet or chicken medallions, which diners can devour or don as trophies, and desserts, including traditional flan or three-milk cake, add decadence to savory Latin American flavors. The lounge displays a variety of hookahs smoldering with fruit essences, and Latin Friday events transform the eatery, beckoning guests to boogie on an expansive dance floor to hip-shaking beats alongside succulent steaks dancing the merengue.

Customer Reviews

The food was excellent. We had no idea that it turned to club on certain nights, but enjoyed the variety of music played. Service was also very attentive.
Ruth L. · December 4, 2012
great food!
Bart A. · October 1, 2012
Great service & good food! Will sure to go back!
Mary P. · August 23, 2012

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