Camaradas el Barrio Bar & Restaurant
CAMARADAS el Barrio is a worker's public house where camaraderie is built atop of a fine selection of wine, great beers from around the world, excellent music and an innovative blend of the tapas tradition with Puerto Rican cuisine. Lead by a creative and innovative kitchen staff, CAMARADAS has gained instant fame for redefining through quality and freshness traditional nuevo Puerto Rican and Latino cuisine in Upper Manhattan. The "entremeses" include alcapurrias, a tasty mofongo, an array of salads, skewed satay chicken and shrimp, spicy calamari, our own Barrio burger, chocolate empanadas and many other mouth-watering delights.
*We proudly showcase local talent, presenting the works of local photographers & visual artists. Each month brings a new & extraordinary installation.
Every WEDNESDAY -- "Ladies Night" : All-you-can-Drink Sangria from 7-10pm for $15 --> $3 Lowenbrau beers
Every THURSDAY -- YERBA BUENA (live music) Afro-Rican, Bomba y Plena > 9:30pm
Every FRIDAY -- dj I, Storm(Dave Masucci) spins an eclectic mix of jams > 9pm
Every SATURDAY -- Latin Funk/Rock en Español/Latin Jazz: Different bands (live music) every week > 10pm
Calendar of Events
|LP21's Sancocho Musical - a post Thanksgiving Dance Concert|
Camaradas el Barrio Bar & Restaurant2241 First Avenue
at 115th Street
New York, NY 10029
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Cuisinenuevo Puerto Rican and Latino
Public TransportationBy public transportation, you can take the No. 6 subway to 116 Street, or any local bus traveling on the East Side of Manhattan (116 Street is a Limited Stop).
Directions & ParkingBy car, the Triborough Bridge is usually the fastest way to Spanish Harlem if you are coming from Queens or Long Island. From the Bronx or Upstate, the Willis Avenue Bridge connects directly to Spanish Harlem, just a few blocks North of CAMARADAS. From Uptown Manhattan, the FDR Drive has exits on 116, 106 and 96 Streets. From Downtown Manhattan, you can take the FDR Drive North to 96 Street. At First Avenue, you can make a right turn and continue to travel North – CAMARADAS will be on your left as you approach 115 Street.
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