A Tasteful Take On Mexican Street Food

Aldama
POV
Aldama serves sophisticated Mexican cuisine in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge. Chef Gerardo Alcaraz comes from Michelin-starred kitchens in Spain. Christopher Reyes’ cocktail program is full of surprises. Outdoor patio seating, and great selection of natural wines.
Aldama serves sophisticated Mexican cuisine in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge. Chef Gerardo Alcaraz comes from Michelin-starred kitchens in Spain. Christopher Reyes’ cocktail program is full of surprises. Outdoor patio seating, and great selection of natural wines.
DETAILS
Williamsburg, NYC Hours Dinner Mon - Wed 5PM - 10PM Thur 5PM - 12AM Fri - Sat 5PM - 2AM Sun 5PM – 10PM Brunch Sat - Sun 11AM - 3PM Happy hour specials on the food and drink from 5-7PM, Mon through Sat Photo credit: Sandra Grattarola
ABOUT
New York’s Mexican restaurants do a brilliant job of showcasing Oaxacan cuisine from the country’s South, but Aldama, a new restaurant in South Williamsburg, invites diners to try the flavors of a more unfamiliar region. Chef Gerardo Alcaraz (Black Ant, Martín Berasategui in San Sebastián, Spain) spent his childhood in León, Guanajuato, and his menu takes inspiration from the street foods of Central Mexico. Elevated yet casual, Aldama’s culinary offerings are paired with a cocktail program from owner Christopher Reyes (Cosme, Dear Irving, Employees Only) and a vibe that feels more like an easygoing restaurant in Mexico City than one tucked underneath the Williamsburg Bridge. - Aldama
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