Manhattan already smells like firewood!
The Paeller continues to triumph in the Big Apple and has become, as it could not be otherwise, one of the star products in the Little Spain market in New York
Do you know Little Spain in New York?
The Little Spain Market in New York City is an iconic food market that celebrates Spanish culture and cuisine. This market arises from a collaboration between the famous Spanish chef José Andrés, the Adrià brothers (Albert and Ferran, renowned Spanish chefs) and the restaurant entrepreneur Ferran Adrià and opened its doors in 2019 in the Hudson Yards neighborhood of Manhattan.
Little Spain occupies a space of more than 3,200 square meters and is designed to recreate the experience of a traditional Spanish market. It has a wide variety of food stalls, bars and specialized food stores, where visitors can explore and enjoy a wide range of authentic Spanish products and dishes such as fresh seafood, Spanish tortillas, delicious desserts and our wood-fired paellas. Yes, there are also broths.
The design of Mercado Little Spain is inspired by the architecture and atmosphere of traditional Spanish markets, with colorful tiles, wine barrels, wooden beams, and has spaces for events and cultural activities, such as live cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, wine and cooking classes.
Its attractive space and its gastronomic offer is a popular attraction for both local residents and tourists visiting New York City offering an immersive experience in Spanish culture, where foodies can explore, taste and enjoy the rich and diverse gastronomy of Spain without leaving the city.
Of course, Little Spain is a place where we could not miss. For us it is a great pride to bring a piece of Valencia with our most popular dish, of course, made over firewood. We love New York, We love Paella.