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Eater Inside: Boqueria


[Kalina, 8/06]

Fresh off an awe-inspiring plywood run, it's Boqueria, the new Catalonian-influenced restaurant that's just opened in the old L'Acajou space on West 19th near Sixth Avenue. The place is scoring press for two key reasons: everyone's still gaga for anything Spanish-cuisine related (are there two sweeter words than upscale tapas?), and the proprietor is Suba owner Yann de Rochefort. Chef Seamus Mullen is late of Brasserie 8 1/2, but earned his stripes in a number of kitchens throughout Spain.

Finally, this item would not be complete if we didn't find a clever way of working in the fact that Boqueria is named for the Barcelona market of the same name. So there you go.

Further reading at New York Mag, Strong, FloFab, EaterWire, and Plywood.

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