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Ideya - CLOSED

Map & Directions 349 W. Broadway
New York, NY 10013
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212-625-1441
  • Bistro, Latin American
  • Sun, Sat 11:30am-11pm, Mon-Wed 12:30pm-11pm, Thu-Fri 12:30pm-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery, Family Style
  • Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted, Not Necessary
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

This simple place seems transplanted from Ipanema or Rio Piedrasaa place to stop and eat while greeting friends and sipping rum. Whitewashed brick walls, oscillating fans, and a guayabera-clad wait staff who greet you with "Buena" almost make for a substitute vacation. The bar portion of the restaurant offers a drinker's tour of the rum beverages of the Hispanic world. Select a daiquiri worthy of Hemingway's Floridita, or a mojito, which adds a sprig of mint to lime juice and white rum. Brazil's habit-forming caipirinha, made as it should be with Pitu cachaASSa, is also available, as are appropriate wines and beers from Panama to Guatemala, including Bacardi's retake on Cuba's classic Hatuey.

 
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  • Gilt City on 06/29/11

    Fabulous drinks. Try the mojito. It's super refreshing for the hot summer months.

  • Andrew K. on 12/17/09

    absolutely amazing mojitos

  • Michelle H. on 04/27/10

    Mojitos are great! You have to try one!

  • Emma M. on 02/06/12

    Batido. Most amazing drink ever-- I get mind with pineapple. Good happy hour specials too! $5 grande mojito and sangria.

  • Patti C. on 07/31/11

    Reggaeeee last sunday of the month. Best mojitos ever

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  • Christmas was over, Easter was far away, I needed a break, but the calendar was too crunched for a weekend getaway. I'd just about despaired when... More on Ideya »

 
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