Toro Restaurant

Tapas and drinks just like in Spain,
but right here in New York. 

It was one of those, "hey lets grab dinner after, we'll see what's near by" nights.  I was attending an event in Tribeca and found Toro was located a few blocks over.  The menu sounded great with tons of tapas and interesting plates.  I love a place with a ton of small plates, because I can never decide what I want and who doesn't want to try a little bit of everything. 

I highly recommend giving this spot a try! It had so much to offer on the menu, great specials, good wine selection, fantastic service and a chill vibe.


{ meatpacking district }

85 10th AVENUE
entrance on
15th Street & 11th Ave.
NEW YORK, NY 10011

O a x a c a n   S u n s e t  :  Pierde Almas Mezcal, 
Green Chartreuse, Lime, Moscatel

\  F r e n c h m a n   &   T h e   S e a  :  Citadelle, 
Mediterranean Tonic, Orange Bitters, Sea Salt

\  O a x a c a n   S u n s e t  :  Pierde Almas Mezcal,
 Green Chartreuse, Lime, Moscatel

\  E n s a l a d a  C o r t a d a: Mixed greens, grilled corn, croutons, tomatoes, cucumbers, 
tahini dressing and mahon cheese

\  C a ñ a   d e   C a b r a   c o n   M e m b r i  l l o  : Soft goat cheese with 
quince chutney and grilled bread

 (not pictured),   

\  D a t i l e s   C o n   J a m o n   M e d j o o l   : dates filled with marcona almonds and cabrales blue cheese, wrapped in jamon serrano

\  A t u n   C r u d o :   yellow fin tuna with white soy and citrus

\  C r o q u e t t a s   D e   B a c a l a o : Salt cod fritters with 
tempura lemon rings and aioli`

\  d e l i c i o u s :  chocolate mousse and green tea ice cream

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