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Despite all the obstacles, New York City dwellers will flock to any spot offering a cool summer breeze. Salinas, a Spanish spot in Chelsea featuring a retractable ceiling, is no exception. The overall vibe is faux rustic chic-think Manolo Blahnik hiking boots. The food, though, is pure Spain, inspired by the regions along the coast and the Balearic Islands. In addition to textbook tapas(shishito peppers, tomato-slathered toast), you can get decent dishes like rosejat rápida (basically a gourmet Spanish Rice-A-Roni) and a fine crispy suckling pig. Service, though, needs major work. But at least you're eating outside! Sorta.
Eating outside in New York City can be a challenge. Diners must inhale bus exhaust while squeezing into tiny tables on crowded, noisy street corners. Or worse, dodge scurrying rats on makeshift back patios. Despite all the obstacles, we'll still... More »
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