NEW YORK: Eco-Chic Heads to Harlem
By Sarah Ryan Hecht

New to Harlem and its culinary scene is Vinatería, an eco friendly new restaurant that looks less earnest and more chic.

Sep 03, 2013
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New to Harlem and its culinary scene is Vinatería, an eco friendly new restaurant that looks less earnest and more chic. Designed by Jonsara Ruth (director of the M.F.A. interior design program at Parsons), everything here has been reused, repurposed or recycled, while the décor brings about a rather rustic, sophisticated aesthetic. Vintage furnishings, zinc and aluminum tabletops, potted herbs and blackboard-lined walls complete the interior, providing an industrial setting to serve delicate, market-driven dishes with a global influence. Even the silverware here is vintage. For those headed uptown to check out the thriving culinary scene, Vinatería is an absolute must try. –Sarah Ryan Hecht

Vinatería

2211 Frederick Douglass Boulevard 10026

+1 212 662 8462

Photos courtesy of The New York Times


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