This restaurant is officially the cantina of the Spanish Benevolent Society and it was created to be inclusive and to appeal to the wide array of people who call to this place their second home. This classic haunt has been feeding Spaniards and Latin Americans in New York since the 19th century from a historical brownstone in the heart of what was Little Spain. Our non-profit has teamed up with some of the top culinary institutes in Spain – sponsoring the visas of the country’s best chefs to manage and create in our kitchen. In their dishes, they draw inspiration from its past and combine it with their own contemporary style and techniques, making restaurant a culinary epicenter for Spanish food. Our restaurant will offer diners quality food, reasonable prices and neighborhood atmosphere for all to enjoy.