DUMBO is saying hooray for ñ

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Finally, Brooklynites don’t need to cross a river — or an ocean — for great tapas.

That revelation comes courtesy of David Selig, who has brought the outstanding Spanish small plate restaurant, ñ, to DUMBO — under his existing Rice restaurant.

“Our customers have been moving their lives towards Brooklyn, so it was time” to bring ñ (pronounced EN-yea) to the borough, said Selig.

If last Thursday’s grand opening party was anything to judge by, it will be hard to get a table. By 8 pm, the free sangria had run dry and every tapas platter — the sweet and briny gambas al ajillo, the smokey, chewy chorizo, the earthy roasted mushrooms — was snatched up in seconds.

Selig said the new spot would keep the spirit of the original on Crosby Street in West Brooklyn — including live flamenco performances on Thursday.

ñ [81 Washington St. between Front and York streets in DUMBO, (718) 228-9880].

Updated 5:16 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

SB says:
Actually, a fantastic tapas place with Flamenco recently moved from the Lower East Side to Williamsburg recently. Xunta.
Jan. 26, 2010, 1:48 pm
Lenard from Bushwick says:
Just what we need, more spanish speaking immigrants! Great.
Jan. 27, 2010, 8:39 am

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