With a décor that speaks to the livelihood of a fiesta and the authenticity of their fine Mexican fare, Gabriela’s new grandiose restaurant is replete with fun, funky and traditional details elevating the dining experience for all who enter their large, elaborate authentic Mexican Mission-style wood doors.
Queen of Sheba is an Ethiopian eatery located on the corner of 10th Avenue and 46th Street, just a few blocks away from Times Square. The chef, Philipos Mengistu, moved to the United States in 1990, with the idea of introducing New York City to Ethiopian food. As he scouted locations and saved money for his first business in the US, he worked as an aircraft technician for Ethiopian Airways and a Yellow Cab driver. He launched this restaurant in 1999 and named it to celebrate the legend of Queen of Sheba and King Solomon.
This Spanish restaurant is named after a small village in the North-West of Spain, Tomiño, in Galicia. The 2 Spanish chefs, Fran Novás and Rogelio Garcia, ropose all the main spanish recipes : bacalao, chipirones, chorizo, menestra de verdura, pimientos del padron... You can also order Spanish wines from the Bierzo and the Duero regions.