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Put a Huevo on It

At José Andrés’s spiffy new Spanish Diner, the flavors are Iberian, but the spirit is pure greasy spoon.
Spanish Diner

Spanish Diner

10 Hudson Yards


WHEN YOU THINK of Spanish diners in New York, you think Formica counters, fluorescent lights, and swiveling stools. You think bilingual wall menus that spell out the daily sancochos and guisados, and foil-lined sandwich pressers worn from decades of Cuban-sandwich smooshing. You think of Margon off Times Square. You think of Westside Coffee Shop below Canal. And you think of the late, great La Taza de Oro, a Chelsea holdout that finally closed in 2015.

You do not think of glitzy urban megadevelopments like Hudson Yards. But that is where you’ll find José Andrés’s new Spanish Diner, one of three

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