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Pomaire - CLOSED

371 W 46th St, New York City, NY 10036-3969
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  • Excellent41%
  • Very good43%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible4%
23 Apr 2013
“Fantastic food and service”
22 Apr 2013
“An amazing experience!”
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CUISINES
American, Latin, Spanish, Chilean, South American, Vegetarian Friendly
PRICE
$$ - $$$
DETAILS
371 W 46th St, New York City, NY 10036-3969
Neighbourhood: Midtown
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Reviewed 23 April 2013

Pomaire is now La Pulperia -- a lovely and cozy restaurant in the NYC theater district. The food was delectable and the service superb! Although we made a reservation using Open Table (which I love because it simplifies the entire process), we elected to eat...More

Thank AWD_BLD
Reviewed 22 April 2013

We visited the restaurant for the first time this past weekend. First the service was amazing! Everyone from the bartender, server, owner and general manager were fabulous! All were incredibly gracious and provided us with tremendous amounts of information regarding various menu options. Their cocktails...More

Thank elwildcat
Reviewed 24 February 2013

I love to visit this restaurant when I am in New York. A friend recommended it and I was traveling alone. I didn't want an entree and just asked if I could have a sampling of small items. They happily fulfilled my request and I...More

Thank Clil30
Reviewed 12 January 2013

Visited on a Thursday night. Food was so fresh and good. Fresh homemade bread with fresh "salsa" which we could not get enough of. Everyone enjoyed their meal. The employees were more like host and made you feel more of a welcomed guest than just...More

Thank rwsmith0911
Reviewed 2 January 2013

I've been going to Pomaire for years and although it's located in my not so favorite area of the Theater District, I still make an effort to stop in once in a while.My go to dish is the Pastel de Choclo, a very hearty stew...More

2  Thank DRoman
Reviewed 16 December 2012

Was rushed to get there and out o a play-- crazy traffic even for Manhattan Theatre district on a Saturday night in the holiday season. Service was okay, nothing special. Menu was interesting. I don't know much about Chilean food, but nothing appeared "cookie cutter"...More

Thank Zedd97511
Reviewed 1 December 2012

Beware. This restaurant opens for dinner only. As requested, I left a message to reserve a table for lunch with my name and telephone number. I did not receive a response so I called again. I confirmed my reservation verbally. I arrived with my party...More

4  Thank hoffman123
Reviewed 17 November 2012

Very nice chilean restaurant with good food and friendly service. The owner was very nice and explained us in detail the courses. He likes chatting with guests, something I liked because he is a nice person. I also liked the cozy, intimate decoration of the...More

Thank soyporteno
Reviewed 3 November 2012

Stopped at Pomaire Friday evening, November 2nd, for a pre-theatre dinner. A hot meal was most beckoning in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The atmosphere is Chilean-bistro romantic. I had the Pastel De Chocle, a meat and corn pie. Quite tasty but a bit on...More

Thank Resingle1
Reviewed 22 October 2012

This is one of my friend’s favorite places to eat in NYC. I can see why. I started off with a cocktail – Frutillar. It was so delicious. Cool. Refreshing. With little bits of muddled berries. Wee pieces of ice. Chambord and this brandy from...More

2  Thank MissFirst
Nearby
Midtown
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the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building,
iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal
and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop
hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is
a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of
store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
US$30 - US$30
Dining Style
Casual Elegant
Good for
Child-friendly, Romantic, Business meetings
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 371 W 46th St, New York City, NY 10036-3969
    (Between 8th and 9th Avenues)
  • Location: United States  >  New York (NY)  >  New York City>  > Midtown
  • Neighbourhood: Midtown
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Description
La Pulperia, a restaurant featuring rustic Latin cuisine from Chef/Owner Carlos Barroz and Victor Medina, opened on Monday, February 11 on Restaurant Row, at 371 W. 46th Street. Named for the general stores found throughout South America, La Pulperia offers Barroz’s simple yet refined food from the countries of Latin America, with European influences from places like Italy and Spain. La Pulperia, designed by Andres Gomez (Red Rooster, Whitehall, SoCo) mirrors the authentic pulperias of South America, with handcrafted floor tiles from Mexico, reclaimed wood from Brazil on the ceiling and walls, and abundant shelving displaying top shelf liquor, fresh produce, and wine. Eventually the restaurant will sell packaged foods, like its namesake. It seats 60 (including a long burgundy banquette along one wall and a large communal table in the center of the dining room). Gomez’s handmade brass lamps with Edison bulbs hang over several of the tables.