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Tapas and Wine Bar Hits the Right Note on the Upper West Side

A friend of mine despairs that there’s no place to have a nice meal in the west 90s in Manhattan. He’s mostly right. But if he stops by Buceo95, he’ll find one of the more pleasant spots in the hood for reasonably priced wine and tapas. On a hot night, you can sit outside.  If you hate noisy eateries, beware of eating indoors where the sound is deafening.

Try the potato omlete for $7 and the gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp) for $12. And the mini-stuffed mushrooms are fabulous finger food. There’s also a nice selection of wines, with vintages from Spain, Italy and South America.

Buceo95
201 West 95 St.
New York, NY
212  662 7010

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