Sala One Nine
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- General Info:
- Sala One Nine offers a true and authentic Spanish culinary experience in a casual, friendly, and unpretentious setting. Come in and enjoy a few tapas and a glass of sangria with a friend at one of our two bars or invite 15 friends in for a specially coursed out and wine paired experience...From the business lunch to the special occasion with friends, we offer a warm and friendly experience and the very best of what Spain has to offer. Sala One Nine has live flamenco music and dance shows every Monday from 7:30pm-10pm. Sala One Nine is the only venue that offers live flamenco music and dance in New York City.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (212) 243-2541
Primary Phone: (212) 243-2541
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, discover
- Flatiron District, Midtown Manhattan
Sala One Nine NYC
- Spanish Restaurants, Delicatessens, Bars, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Paid, Street
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Deli, Spanish, Mediterranean, European, Tapas, Continental, Omelets
Price Range : Average
Posted: 12/4/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Sala is really one of the best hide-away bars in the city. Located on a sleepy street in flatiron (sister location is down on bowery), this small and intimate bar features a terrific happy hour (2-for-1) and great spanish wines. I have yet to try a tapa I didn't love.
Posted: 12/2/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Food was great! Fried Goat Cheese was A+ along with the garlic shrimp.Red Sangria was very delicious. Loved the ambiance of the restaurant. A lot of group dinners were happening mixed with a few couples. Downstairs bar area very nice, but not a lot of people for a Friday night. Service was okay, a little disappointed by the unfriendly wait staff, host was very nice (he might have been the manager though).
Posted: 10/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This was one of those evening that I have wanted to write about everyday, but felt the need to make it so detailed and so descriptive that I have not gotten to it yet.
It was honestly one of the top 10 dining experiences I have had in NY. The food, the service, the wine. It was all perfect. I hope you enjoy as much as I did!
Posted: 6/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Felt the need to send another positive review since someone panned it so bad. Ate here last Thursday and thought it was fabulous! Had the white sangria- YUM! First sangria I have ever had in a restaurant that didn't taste like a pitcher of fruit juice. It actually tasted like SANGRIA! And maybe the previous reviewer had a bad batch, because the goat cheese apps were terrific when we had them! Same goes for the bacon wrapped dates, and the soup of the day- an amazing white gazpacho with almonds. They were super busy and needed to ask for our table after we finished dining, but the hostess felt so bad to move us that she bought us another pitcher! I highly recommend this place and will certainly return myself...
Posted: 6/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A few girlfriends and I went to Sala One Nine last thursday night, unfortunately we didnt have a reservation and weren't able to get a table, but the host was really nice and made space for us at the bar so we could order food and hang out. It turned out GREAT! The bartender was from Spain so she guided us through the menu and wine list. She was very friendly, (a little slow, but i guess that's what happens when you are attentive to your customers?...) The sangria was really good too and for our group we got 2 pitchers for the price of one because we showed up before happy hour was over! Definately reccommend this place, but try to make a reservation if you are a larger group and want to sit. OR just show up and hang out at the bar!
Posted: 3/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Expensive prices. Cheap cheesy, lazy food. Our $9 wine tasted like Carlo Rossi, the goat cheese app like the fryer it was made in, our mussels were raw and the molten chocolate cake was the worst I've had! Stay away!! Never felt the need to pan a restaurant before!
Posted: 7/2/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Service was horrible! The menu selection and happy hour is no where near as good as Sala's on Bowery. i will not be going back to Sala on One Nine again. For a more low key experince with great Sangrias, tapas, and good service, check out Sala on Bowery. I only would recommend Sala One Nine if you prefer a crowded scene with rude service and sucky happy hour.
Posted: 5/17/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My girlfriends and I came here on a Thursday night in May. We had early reservation for 5 people (at 5:30). They seated us right away and gave us yummy drinks. Both the margarita and sangria were great! To start, we all had the special arugula salad with aged goat cheese. It was delicious! Then, we each picked a racion and we shared them all. We had the garlic shrimp, the tortilla, fried goat cheese with honey and carmalized onions, and the tosta with baked brie. All of them were excellent! We especially LOVED the fried goat cheese and we ended up ordering another round of that along with the potatoes with spicy sauce. yum! for dessert, we had one apple tart and one chocolate souffle. both were awesome but the chocolate was to die for.
We got there so early that it was almost empty when we sat down. We were having such a good time that we didn't notice it got really crowded. No one rushed us through the whole meal and we took our time. After all the plate cleared, we got a few glares from the waitress because people were waiting, but it didn't change our minds. We all loved it there. Great music, low enough to have a conversation. Great vibe. Friendly waitress (she was so passionate about the food!). It was such a good time and I will definitely go back!
Posted: 3/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My girlfriend and I decided to go to Sala One Nine on a Friday night around 7pm for the first time. Sala had a very warm feeling to it, but was really crowded., with the after work crowd, and a mixture of others. We forgot to make reservations, and ended up waiting at the front bar, which was way to crowded and small to keep people waiting for about an hour. But its expected.. no biggy because I was dying to taste their food. Well,,,Just before we came up with the idea to call the Bowery location to make a reservation so we can finally eat, we were seated. The selections were great, there was plenty tapas/entrees to choose from, we had the Paella, which was really tasty, we also had the coquetas hamon it was just delightful. The grilled calamari wasnt the best. I must say I felt the man at the bar, who could possible be the owner/host was a little preoccupied, we asked for a recommendation of what was good on the menu, and he had no suggestions. You would think he would have some feedback. He seemed like he was juggling 4 jobs at one time. As soon as we finished our delicious desert our check was placed on the table. I will go back there again, but I will make sure to have reservations first, and possible come at an earlier time in the day, so I dont feel rushed, I can only image how this place is on the weekend. This is not to discourage anyone, its just not a good feeling when you want to sit and relax after a long work week, to feel rushed to leave. It left a bad taste in my mouth.