For New Yorkers, Sunday brunch is a tradition. Spending the early afternoon eating a delicious meal followed by cocktails is a great way to pass the time with loved ones or recover from an adventurous weekend. But many restaurants in New York offer similar brunch menus limited to eggs, salads, and cocktails. If you are on the Upper East Side or in Hell’s Kitchen and would like to add some flavor to your brunch, lunch, or dinner, visit La Pulperia.
La Pulperia opened its first location on the Upper East Side in September of 2014. Named after traditional grocery stores found in Latin America, this restaurant blends the rustic flavors of Latin cuisine with traditional dishes from Spain and Italy. Popular brunch dishes include ceviche, tacos, tostadas, and tender burrata. Drink specials are also available with brunch and include $25 bottomless sangria, screwdrivers, Bloody Marys, and mimosas from 12 to 4 p.m. For $5 more, you can try one of La Pulperia’s signature cocktails such as La Loca or El Chilango.
If you can’t make it to La Pulperia for brunch, their lunch and dinner options won’t disappoint. This South American restaurant specializes in seafood, and some of their most popular entrees include Chilean Verlasso salmon, Spanish pulpo and Brazilian moqueca mixta, a seafood stew native to the Latin American country. To accompany your meal, enjoy a refreshing glass of wine, a draught or bottled beer, or a specialty cocktail crafted with top-shelf liquor.
If you would like to try La Pulperia for brunch, lunch, or dinner, call (917) 457-1001. For information on hosting private parties and events at one of their locations, visit their website to learn more. You can also connect with them on Facebook to read reviews and book a table.