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It’s a tapas style small restaurant. So many dishes to choose from, you don’t know where to begin and where to end. We had 2 pitchers of sangria and 7 small plates of food. Each one more tasty than the last.
Everything was perfect! Customer service, food & wine. Lovely atmosphere. Definitely coming back! Recommend everyone to try the Jamón and the Chorizo. Easy to get there with the subway. Perfect date night place.
This is good for a shorter evening with some wine and tapas. Tapas felt well made and fresh. Wine list not so big but with goid wines. Do try their Sangrias if you like. They were very good. Nice and helpful staff.
Stumbled upon a gem of a spot which sits right off of 8th Avenue on 20th Street, near the Joyce Theater. It was the perfect after-theater spot for a glass of wine and delicious small plates in a comfortable and well-designed setting. Highly recommended!!
This authentic Spanish tapas restaurant is a serious stand out among the numerous Mexican and Italian eateries in Chelsea. We almost gave up finding anything really special until we spotted the 3 modest tables on the sidewalk :-) Rickety seating, but who cares when the...More
I love tapas and small plate dining but many NYC places don't do it properly or American-ize the selections. Lamano does not - the tastes are authentic and the feeling in real. The wine list, both by the glass and the bottle, is deep and...More
Lamano, meaning "the hand", is located in Chelsea, on the corner of 20th street and 8th ave, its a little hidden which is why I dont think it gets a lot of foot traffic. I happen to live close to it, and have walked by...More
Lamano is a small, welcoming Tapas bar. The bar is impeccably decorated. The menu selection of tapas was limited (very few or no meat tapas) and a bit expensive for what they were. However, what they did serve was delicious. I would recommend the croquetas...More
Nice tapas wine bar. Good selection of wines and plenty of good tapas choices. Large portions. Nice space. Could end up on a communal table if a couple but space is small and welcoming and tables only fit 8. Friendly staff.
Nice atmosphere, quiet, relaxed was able to buy a bottle of wine for $36.00. Had the eggplant spread which was very good, a little too much garlic but still good and the Octopus which the waitress said was her favorite dish but we both thought...More
Date of visit: April 2017
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