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Pomaire - CLOSED

371 W 46th St, New York City, NY 10036-3969
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  • Excellent42%
  • Very good46%
  • Average8%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible4%
Apr 23, 2013
“Fantastic food and service”
Apr 22, 2013
“An amazing experience!”
Restaurant Hours Closed
CUISINES
American, Latin, Spanish, Chilean, South American, Vegetarian Friendly
PRICE
$$ - $$$
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LOCATION
371 W 46th St, New York City, NY 10036-3969
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11 - 20 of 41 reviews

Reviewed June 18, 2012

We had dinner at Pomaire after a matinee. We were looking for a quiet dinner to celebrate a special occasion and Pomaire did not disappoint. The decor was tasteful and authentic, as was the host. We ordered Sangria, which was refreshing and full of fresh...More

1  Thank Celticmood
Reviewed May 23, 2012

Went to this Chilean place after a show in Broadway. Saw the reviews saying how difficult it was to get served quickly if you went prior to a performance so decided not to risk rushing. The waitress was excellent and attentive without invading your personal...More

Thank Bung23
Reviewed April 9, 2012

Quaint little bistro style restaurant specializing in Chilean cuisine. I had the Patagonian salmon which was very tasty and perfectly prepared. My companion had the braised beef which was heavenly. Plate presentation was gold and the vegetables were both interesting and perfectly cooked al dente....More

Thank Luapekralc
Reviewed February 17, 2012

The Sangria was fab! we had a super meal... We will go back!

Thank Casbay
Reviewed January 31, 2012

A quaint Chilean place. The hostess was genuinely welcoming and the server was as pleasant and accommodating as could be. His recommendation to try a "pisco" was a real winner - maybe a a touch pricey but this Chilean (and possibly also Peruvian) drink was...More

1  Thank SlimMalteser
Reviewed January 30, 2012

The food was delicious, the service was great, and the owner was very attentive. A small (one might say, "squeezed in" facility, but well worth it!

Thank Aslaw516
Reviewed January 6, 2012

This restaurant does Chilean food right. My husband and I enjoyed an amazing meal after a matinee. The staff was pleasant and helpful (they loved us) and our food was just the right amount of portion and flavor. Since neither of us drink our host...More

Thank debsinphilly
Reviewed January 2, 2012

A tiny place on restaurant row on 46th Street. Food was very good. The servers were very nice, including the owner but..., they did the weirdest thing. They would ask us a question and as soon as we began to answer they immediately turned their...More

Thank Pablo4444
Reviewed December 9, 2011

I so enjoyed my visit to Pomaire. The owner/maitre d' was helpful and friendly. When he found out that I had been to Chile, he just brought some appetizers to try (not on the bill). They all were excellent. The food was authenticallly Chilean. Some...More

Thank womanpilot
Reviewed December 4, 2011

Have rarely experienced ruder service in 62 years of restaurant going. Had 6:30 pre-theatre reservation for 5 on Saturday. At 6:55, still not seated, complained to maitre d'. His response? "If you're worried about making your show, why don't you leave?" After being seated 7:05...More

Thank beck6286
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
$30 - $30
Dining Style
Casual Elegant
Good for
Business meetings, Families with children, Romantic
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 371 W 46th St, New York City, NY 10036-3969
    (Between 8th and 9th Avenues)
  • Location: United States  >  New York (NY)  >  New York City>  > Midtown
  • Neighborhood: Midtown
Description
La Pulperia, a restaurant featuring rustic Latin cuisine from Chef/Owner Carlos Barroz and Victor Medina, opened on Monday, February 11 on Restaurant Row, at 371 W. 46th Street. Named for the general stores found throughout South America, La Pulperia offers Barroz’s simple yet refined food from the countries of Latin America, with European influences from places like Italy and Spain. La Pulperia, designed by Andres Gomez (Red Rooster, Whitehall, SoCo) mirrors the authentic pulperias of South America, with handcrafted floor tiles from Mexico, reclaimed wood from Brazil on the ceiling and walls, and abundant shelving displaying top shelf liquor, fresh produce, and wine. Eventually the restaurant will sell packaged foods, like its namesake. It seats 60 (including a long burgundy banquette along one wall and a large communal table in the center of the dining room). Gomez’s handmade brass lamps with Edison bulbs hang over several of the tables.
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