What to Eat at Seamus Mullen’s Tertulia, Opening This Month

Mullen. Photo: Courtesy of Baltz & Co.

The opening of Seamus Mullen’s Tertulia continues apace: To go with a big Times profile of Mullen, Diner’s Journal gets a first glimpse at the Tertulia space (looks rustic!) and offers up the opening menu. What to expect? Lots of tapas, a few large plates, and classics like padron peppers and a Spanish tortilla. It all sounds pretty good: Iberico ham croquettes, a sea-urchin-and-goat-butter toast, fried artichokes and anchovies, and grilled Iberico ribs with cucumbers and mushrooms. Oh, and cider. Don’t forget the cider. [Diner’s Journal/NYT, Earlier]