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• DNA Info: "A 17-year-old cafe with Brazilian-inspired cuisine is branching out with a new neighborhood spot that will offer quick eats such as empanadas and tacos." Read More
• Patch: "The Brazilian restaurant, situated on the corner of Avenue C and East Ninth Street, has an outdoor eating area peppered with vibrant vintage table clothes and brightly colored chairs. The whole setup makes you feel like you're in a Life Magazine feature about South America from the 1970s." Read More
• Gothamist: "Esperanto in the East Village just debuted a new Late Night menu that'll keep your belly full with yummy Latin American food when other places might be closed. Fridays and Saturdays from midnight until 2a.m. stop by the Avenue C restaurant for $3 tacos $11 plates of chorizo nachos, Calamari Frito ($12) and filo-wrapped empanadas($12)" Read More
•Lunch: Mon-Fri 11AM-4PM
•Brunch: Sat & Sun 11AM-4:20PM
•Dinner: Sun-Thurs 5:30-11PM, Fri & Sat 5:30-Midnight
145 Avenue C & 9th
New York, NY 10009
212.505.6559 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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•The Infatuation: "There are some restaurants that just have a special juju. You know: good vibes, good energy, the types of spots with a contagious spirit you want to be a part of. Esperanto is one of them. " Read More
• I Just Want to Eat: "I love NY for the diversity of its food and was not disappointed after eating at Esperanto, a Latin restaurant located in Alphabet City that is celebrating its 17th Anniversary" Read More