According to a post by Great Kosher Restaurants on Facebook, Ladino Tapas Bar & Grill, the kosher Spanish-style eatery in Midtown West, is “closed for renovations until May”. However, after further investigation, would a restaurant that plans on reopening in less than 2 months disconnect their phone and website?
The Ladino website (LadinoGrill.com) is no longer working. Their phone number is disconnected.
That does not bode well for anyone wishing to eat there in the near future.
Having said that, Ladino has been disappointing, so it’s not surprising that it would be closing. The food and flavors were lacking, as was their service. Not every kosher restaurant venture is successful. We’re not saying that Ladino is 100% definitively closed, but it seems likely.
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H/T Jack Atzmon
Ironically, I got your tweet for this post less than an hour after my date and I found the place dark and closed without any kind of notice on the door explaining why. In addition to the disconnected phone and website, OpenTable insists that “This restaurant is offline temporarily. Please check back later.”
If you’re interested, we wound up deciding to go straight to Chinatown where we went to a comedy show in an apartment, then had a late dinner at Tiberias which was quite satisfactory.
It is sad to see one of the decent motzei shabbos options in Manhattan go by the wayside…
I was never a fan of this place. Surprised it lasted this long.