Inspired by the charming sidrerias, or cider houses, of Asturias in northern Spain, Chef Mullen opened Tertulia in August 2011 in New York’s West Village. Guests and critics alike were instantly drawn to the restaurant’s warm, casual, inviting spirit and Chef Mullen’s distinct and modern take on Spanish food.
Using only the best ingredients available, Chef Mullen has created a menu that both honors and innovates upon Spanish culinary tradition, featuring a variety of traditional tapas, small plates to share, and family-style platters, including Tertulia’s much celebrated paellas and chuletón.
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#1 Best New Restaurant New York
Business Insider's "45 Coolest New Businesses in New York"
Best Chef NYC, SemiFinalist
James Beard Foundation
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Condé Nast Traveler: The Source—Made in Spain · Hot list 2012
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The New Yorker: TableS for Two
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Time Out: Top 10 Best Dishes and Drinks in NYC
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El Colmado (which means “the grocer”) is a classic Spanish tapas and wine bar, inspired by the small, family-owned gourmet shops found throughout Spain that celebrate the country’s famous artisanal olive oils, vinegars, and preserved seafoods. The menu offers both traditional and creative Spanish tapas dishes, while the primarily Spanish wine list features wines on tap and a wide range of selections available by the glass, encouraging guests to explore and discover the excellent wines and sherries of Spain. El Colmado opened inside Hell’s Kitchen food hall Gotham West Market in November 2013.