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Galen Zamarra Puts Three Different Tastings and a Guide to the Moon Phases on the Menu at Almanac

There are three different tasting menu options, though items can be ordered a la carte.

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Galen Zamarra's super-duper hyper-local micro-seasonal restaurant Almanac will open next Tuesday. The space, which formerly housed Zamarra's Mas (la grillade), was given a makeover and is now decorated with potted plants, a glass atrium with succulents, and some new chandeliers. In case the natural focus wasn't clear enough, the menus, which are printed on paper that looks like woven burlap, note the changing phases of the moon this month (the new moon's on November 22, in case you were wondering).

The menu for November offers a three course tasting for $75, a five course menu for $95, and finally an eight course option for $145. Each of the items can be ordered individually as an appetizer for $20 or an entree for $40, but ordering a la carte doesn't really feel like it's the restaurant's game. Check out the complete menu.

Almanac Menu

28 7th Avenue South, West Village

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