20 Jun 2012
Boston restaurant expands to Manhattan
Spanish tapas will have a new home in the Big Apple next fall.
Author: Rosa María González Lamas/©ICEX
The New York Times has reported that Toro tapas restaurant will open a new outpost in Chelsea, New York, this fall. Toro was founded by Chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette in Boston’s South End in 2005.
Toro is a Barcelona-style tapas restaurant that serves traditional and modern Spanish-style small plates that include items as Marcona almonds, anchovies, Serrano ham, Mahón cheese, Spanish white tuna belly, olive oil, escalivada and even churros. It also features an all-Spanish wine list.
Chef Ken Oringer has been a presenter in past editions of international gastronomic summit Madrid Fusion. Chef Jamie Bussonette won Food & Wine magazine’s 2011 People’s Best New Chef Award.
Toro New York will be located at 85 Tenth Avenue (15th Street).