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Map & Directions 43 W. 24th St.
New York, NY 10010
  • Nuevo Latino, Peruvian, South American
  • Dinner: Sunday-Monday: 5:30pm - 9pm Tuesday-Thursday: 5:30pm - 10pm Friday-Saturday: 5:30pm - 11pm Every day, the bar opens at 5pm Lunch: Wednesday – Friday: 11:30am - 2pm Brunch: Sunday: Noon - 4pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

This Nuevo Latino restaurant skews Peruvian, and ceviches make up the heart of the menu. The category merits its own menu page and prep bar, where you can sit and watch the fish sliced and diced. Linger with this mostly excellent raw seafood, because the rest of the menu is seriously (and expensively) hit-or-miss. Hit: Veal-tongue escabeche--tender cubes of the meat pickled in warm vinegar with red onions, carrots, and radishes-is an invigorating surprise. Miss: One rubber-band-like crab leg that's served with a Peruvian layered potato salad called causa.

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  • nymag on 12/26/10

    This place may look like a hodge-podge nightclub, but the Nuevo Latino menu is inspired: shortrib arepas or the ceviches with Asian pear are top notch. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!

  • AskMen on 07/09/10

    The bar offers 15 variations of ceviche including toro, king salmon, & scallop; while shareable mains boast a 90oz ribeye with roasted bone marrow or a whole roasted suckling pig.

  • LogoTV on 08/30/10

    A great South American restaurant with a really innovative menu and very cool decor! - Mike Ruiz, The A-List: New York

  • The New York Times on 09/14/10

    Bienvenidos a Miami! Order a Cuba Libre immediately, and consider an entree to share: the suckling pig, the chicken, or the arroz con pato.

  • Metromix on 07/16/10

    There's a strong Peruvian bent to the menu here -- check out the rotisserie chicken marinated in aji amarillo (a kind of Peruvian yellow chili paste), hamachi ceviche, and seco de cabrito goat stew in

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