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What to Eat at Barraca, Serving Tapas and More From Jesús Nuñez Until 3 a.m.

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Pescado a la brasa. Photo: CarlosAndr?sVarela Photography

Gastroarte’s Jesús Nuñez is headed downtown, where he’ll helm the kitchen at Spanish restaurant Barraca, opening early next week. Hector Sanz of Rayuela and Macondo, a fellow Spaniard, is behind the place, which — in true Iberian fashion — will serve tapas and more until 3 a.m., along with seasonal sangrias. It’s dinner only to start, with brunch, lunch, and outdoor seating planned. Scope out our slideshow to see the lamb-loin-and-manchego sandwich, seafood paella, flatbread, and more, and check out the menu below.

Menu [PDF]

Barraca, 81 Greenwich Ave. at Bank St.; 212-462-0080

What to Eat at Barraca, Serving Tapas and More From Jesús Nuñez