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Posted by Clay B on 2011-01-26
We've been to Pata Negra about 5 times over the last couple years. The main draw for us is the Spanish ham. While the Iberico is quite good, the de bellota aka Pata Negra is delicious. It must be tried. Enjoy it with a nice glass of red - the wine menu ch
Posted by TheChubb on 2009-11-02
Some of the best Spanish tapas in the city.
Boqueria and Bar Jamon have nothing on this place. The jamon is exquisite of course, but so is everything else. Gambas al ajillo that actually still taste like shrimp! With so many misguided tapas joints in thi
Posted by DiningMartyr on 2009-10-13
There are several reasons to dine here: the ham, the cheeses, the wine, and the service. Neither Bar Jamon, nor Plamplona, nor Boqueria, nor Solera has better ham than here. The Pata Negra ham was unctuous and fine. The Iberico and Serrano hams were p
Posted by spahafoodie on 2009-07-24
After getting an email from Tasting Table about this restaurant I was so psyched to check it out. What an absolute let down! Being a foodie, I was so excited to try the pata negra. I did my research on it, talked to people about it and had set myself up f
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-21
Such a hidden little gem. It's a tiny little spot with fantastic wine and great ham and cheese. Totally recommend the imberico platter.. the ham was amazingly fresh. Truly enjoyable night out!
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-14
this was a back up restaurant when all the others had an hour wait (needed to get to a movie) for a light, quick bite it's fine. but there isn't any offering of a sizable dish. i don't believe there's even a full kitchen here. most everything was serve
Posted by anonymous on 2008-11-24
If your specifically craving authentic Jamon and are prepared to pay a pretty penny for a slice of heaven, this place is a must try for the Jamon Bellota or Pata Negra. Cheeses are also nice and complement the Jamon. Gambas al ajillo are decent as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-11-17
this is the way spaniards really eat tapas, not nyc-ified, great wine list, great food. the night i was there 4 people wandered in and there were no tables available and they turned the front bar/waiter station into a table for htem. theyre just very co