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Published March 29th 2011
Malaga on East 73rd
Spanish Beauty

Make your way to the Upper East Side of Manhattan to experience authentic Spanish food and ambiance. Located near New York Presbyterian Hospital and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is a culinary legend known for it's tasty seafood, tapas and sangria.

Spanish Comfort
Step into Another World

When you step off the street and into the dark and comfortable interior of Malaga Restaurant you are transformed to a Spanish Oasis amidst the bustle of New York. It is now time to kick back and chill. Whether you choose a nice cup of delicious coffee or a glass of sangria, chardonnay or rioja, you will be taken care of like you are family.

Now you are ready to tackle the immense menu of over one hundred choices. They have a huge selection of appetizers, tapas, entrees and specials, including a lunch special.

lunch portion
Chicken Estramena

On Monday through Friday from Noon to 3 p.m. they have a lunch special. For $12, you have a choice of soup or salad, seven different entrees, a glass of house wine and coffee or tea. A nice bargain in an upscale area of New York.

dinner portion
Shrimp and Chiorizo

If you are choosing an entree you will be pleasantly surprised at the number of tasty choices. There are over 40 seafood, lobster and shrimp choices - in fact, they are famous for their seafood. The meat and poultry selection is abundant including beef, veal, pork, chicken and eggs.

Tasty Tapas
Stuffed Pepper Tapas

If you are in the mood for a nice tapas selection, Malaga is the place for you. 'Tapas' means 'Small Plates' in Spanish and these little dishes will satisfy. The offerings include egg, seafood, sausage, guacamole, nachos, vegetable and cheese plates.

The place is relaxing by day and hopping by night. You can catch a Mexican Soap Opera or an International Soccer game. Stop in for a wonderful experience and leave with a smile.

Delectable Delights
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Why? A Spanish Oasis in Manhattan
When: Lunch and Dinner‎
Where: 406 East 73rd Street, NYC
Cost: $ 5 to $40 - average entree $19
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