We already showed you Cómodo’s menu, and now here’s some photo evidence. Take a drool over the lamb-on-pão-de-queijo sliders (so killer we predict riots on the blogosphere); scallops with avocado; and pork hash, a brunch dish. You can also glimpse the low-key, airy space, which — coupled with the restaurant’s tucked-away Soho location — conjures a simple Old World place away from the city bustle (it’s appropriate since the name means “comfortable” in Spanish). Chef and co-owner Felipe Donnelly did much of the carpentry himself for the reclaimed wood tables; there’s also exposed brick, brass light fixtures, and a white waterproof-plaster bar. Check it all out in our slideshow. The Worth Kitchen supper club spinoff is running a Kickstarter campaign to cover some of its remaining costs; see that here, and check out Cómodo itself for lunch and dinner beginning Monday.
Cómodo, 58 MacDougal St., nr. Houston St.; 646-370-4477