EAT – SHOP – EXPLORE | Manhattan

EAT – SHOP – EXPLORE | Manhattan

EAT – SHOP – EXPLORE | Manhattan

by | Oct 2, 2021 | Lifestyle

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15)

EAT 

Porteño
Buenos Aires, Argentina is home to 48 neighborhoods – each one made of a distinct flavor that cherishes community, tradition, and conversation. These three venerated beliefs can be felt in Porteño (porteño means people from Buenos Aires) in West Chelsea through the decor, food, and hospitality provided. Near The High Line and behemoth Hudson Yards, it is easy to overlook this small Argentine restaurant, especially at night with its dimly lit dining room. However, we strongly recommend lunch or dinner here as the food is as authentic as one can try outside of Argentina. Rustic sumptuous empanadas, decadent pasta, and a robust offering of Argentine wines decorate the menu to offer you a taste of the country from the comfort of your table. Order the alfajores paired with mate ice cream for a novel flavor profile to delight your palate for dessert.

IG: @portenonyc
229 10th Ave, New York, NY 10001
www.portenorestaurant.com 

SHOP  

Casa Latina Music Shop
There are few stores that are much more than just neighborhood shops for the Latinx community in terms of significance and place of community. One of these institutions is Casa Latina Music Shop. Found in El Barrio, the cradle of Spanish Manhattan, Casa Latina Music Shop is a place that emanates Latin rhythms and culture from bustling 116th street – an important business corridor. Through the sale of interesting collectibles, instruments found in the music of the records, and books, the store is a living Latinx culture landmark that preserves tradition and honors musical heritage.

151 East 116th Street New York, NY 10029
10 am – 4 pm (Monday – Saturday)

EXPLORE  

Mexican Manuscripts
Dive into a culture trip in the heart of Midtown at 10 Rockefeller Plaza lobby as there is a free exhibition that is made up of a curated selection of images and codex by pre-Columbian cultures (Mayans, Aztecs, Mixtecs). Get a sense of the New Spain settlement that occupied Mexico from now until November 2nd. The Consul General of Mexico in NY, Jorge Islas, and Head of Rockefeller Center Eb Kelly inaugurated the exhibition in September. Tap into your inner Indiana Jones and explore the various pieces of the exhibit.

IG: @mciny
10 Rockefeller Center, New York NY 10020

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