Salud Restaurant & Bar

★★★★☆
Voted #1 Tapas Restaurant By Citysearch!
  • 142 Beekman St

    New York, NY 10038

    Cross street: Front Street

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  • 212-566-2220

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I work Downtown and frequent Salud every Summer. Salud is consistently serves great food, cocktails and live jazz on Thursdays. I immediately thought of Salud for my job's Annual Summer Outing. Eddie, Jose and the staff at Salud is outstanding! Eddie was so helpful in setting up a private cocktail reception for my dept. on 8/2/11. It was a hit! The decor, ambiance, and music was a great backdrop to a lovely afternoon event. The staff was super friendly, efficient, and went above and beyond to make my group feel welcome. The food was delicious! An eagle-eyed staff member noticed my colleague wasn't really eating and he took the time to ask her why. No, the food was fine, but she's a vegetarian, so her choices were limited from the party menu. He had the chef make her a veggie wrap! Now that's rare, personalized service. But that's how they do things at Salud. My boss was impressed and stayed for several hours after our event was over. That's huge! He's already talking about booking for next year. Everyone in my dept. is giving me kudos for choosing such a wonderful venue for our event. Everyone had a great time. Thanks Salud for making me look so good! You never cease to impress me.

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★★★★★

I work Downtown and frequent Salud every Summer. Salud is consistently serves great food, cocktails and live jazz on Thursdays. I immediately thought of Salud for my job's Annual Summer Outing. Eddie, Jose and the staff at Salud is outstanding! Eddie was so helpful in setting up a private cocktail reception for my dept. on 8/2/11. It was a hit! The decor, ambiance, and music was a great backdrop to a lovely afternoon event. The staff was super friendly, efficient, and went above and beyond to make my group feel welcome. The food was delicious! An eagle-eyed staff member noticed my colleague wasn't really eating and he took the time to ask her why. No, the food was fine, but she's a vegetarian, so her choices were limited from the party menu. He had the chef make her a veggie wrap! Now that's rare, personalized service. But that's how they do things at Salud. My boss was impressed and stayed for several hours after our event was over. That's huge! He's already talking about booking for next year. Everyone in my dept. is giving me kudos for choosing such a wonderful venue for our event. Everyone had a great time. Thanks Salud for making me look so good! You never cease to impress me.

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My boyfriend and I were walking around trying to decide which restaurant to try (we'd never tried any in the area), and went to Salud because of A) how good it smelled, and B) they were playing some really good music.

BEST CHOICE we could've made. The meal I had was EXACTLY what I was craving and it was soooo freaking good.

I had a mango mojito...then another...my boyfriend had the peach champagne something-or-other...then he had another...we shared both, and both were some of the best drinks I've ever had...

He had a bunch of different appetizers as his meal, I had the skirt steak....damn...he had the spicy shrimp (the plate was set on fire, it was awesome), the garlic shrimp with the only tostones that can top the ones i make at home, and a cuban sandwich good enough to make you eat another even if you're full...again, we shared everything, and walked out talking about when we can come back.

I was also very impressed with the service. Our server didn't write anything down...I'll admit, I was nervous about that (bad experiences in other places had me a little paranoid), but everything was flawless.

Don't pay attention to negative reviews, try this place for yourself. You'll be upset it took you this long to find it. I know I am. :)

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★★★★★

My boyfriend and I were walking around trying to decide which restaurant to try (we'd never tried any in the area), and went to Salud because of A) how good it smelled, and B) they were playing some really good music.

BEST CHOICE we could've made. The meal I had was EXACTLY what I was craving and it was soooo freaking good.

I had a mango mojito...then another...my boyfriend had the peach champagne something-or-other...then he had another...we shared both, and both were some of the best drinks I've ever had...

He had a bunch of different appetizers as his meal, I had the skirt steak....damn...he had the spicy shrimp (the plate was set on fire, it was awesome), the garlic shrimp with the only tostones that can top the ones i make at home, and a cuban sandwich good enough to make you eat another even if you're full...again, we shared everything, and walked out talking about when we can come back.

I was also very impressed with the service. Our server didn't write anything down...I'll admit, I was nervous about that (bad experiences in other places had me a little paranoid), but everything was flawless.

Don't pay attention to negative reviews, try this place for yourself. You'll be upset it took you this long to find it. I know I am. :)

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I love this place. The food is delicious, service is on point and the staff is very friendly. Also they make THE BEST Mango Martini's !!

2
★★★★★

I love this place. The food is delicious, service is on point and the staff is very friendly. Also they make THE BEST Mango Martini's !!

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I feel compelled to respond to this review only because of the audacity (filled with contradictions) that you have displayed in trying to slander this establishment. First you say that you always have had a ??great time? at Salud, and that our ??food & drinks are delicious? but then you say you won??t come back. Then you say that your friend found a ??screw? on her plate, but only waited until she consumed almost everything on her entire plate (skirt steak, fried green plantains, etc) before notifying the manager about it. Who does that? Next, you mentioned that the manager was very apologetic and you even conceded and acknowledged that he took the dish off the bill, but called him a bad business man afterwards because he didn??t offer you brunch as well? Seriously?

2
★★★★★

I feel compelled to respond to this review only because of the audacity (filled with contradictions) that you have displayed in trying to slander this establishment. First you say that you always have had a ??great time? at Salud, and that our ??food & drinks are delicious? but then you say you won??t come back. Then you say that your friend found a ??screw? on her plate, but only waited until she consumed almost everything on her entire plate (skirt steak, fried green plantains, etc) before notifying the manager about it. Who does that? Next, you mentioned that the manager was very apologetic and you even conceded and acknowledged that he took the dish off the bill, but called him a bad business man afterwards because he didn??t offer you brunch as well? Seriously?

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Here is what I do know about this situation. FACTS: (1) Your husband is a manager at a neighboring restaurant. (conflict of interest I suppose). (2)Because we are cordial with your husband and knew who you were as well, the manager approached you before presenting the check to you, and specifically asked your friend to tell him exactly what she wanted him to do to, in which she replied ??just comp my dish?, and so he immediately obliged. (3) After we confiscated the alleged screw (not a screw), we inspected the entire restaurant and could not find anything that remotely resembles that mystery object but also acknowledge that an accident can happen to anyone. (4) We do however close the restaurant every year in January in order to paint, repair & refresh for the upcoming season. We did this process for 3 days prior to your visit but certainly no renovations occurred while you were actually dining in the restaurant.

2
★★★★★

Here is what I do know about this situation. FACTS: (1) Your husband is a manager at a neighboring restaurant. (conflict of interest I suppose). (2)Because we are cordial with your husband and knew who you were as well, the manager approached you before presenting the check to you, and specifically asked your friend to tell him exactly what she wanted him to do to, in which she replied ??just comp my dish?, and so he immediately obliged. (3) After we confiscated the alleged screw (not a screw), we inspected the entire restaurant and could not find anything that remotely resembles that mystery object but also acknowledge that an accident can happen to anyone. (4) We do however close the restaurant every year in January in order to paint, repair & refresh for the upcoming season. We did this process for 3 days prior to your visit but certainly no renovations occurred while you were actually dining in the restaurant.

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To make a false accusation like that is just irresponsible on your part & is something that you should be held accountable for. (5) Finally, when we approached your husband about the extreme nature of your review, he mentioned that not only did you deny writing it but that you went on to accuse your birthday friend of posting it. Not taking ownership of your actions speaks volumes and told me everything that I needed to know about your character at this point. Strong ethics and values is something we pride ourselves in, whether it be in business, or on a personal level. I never cast dispersions on people, but apparently these are qualities that you seem to be lacking. Salud has been providing a professional service to a loyal customer base for the past 8 years now and we will not allow a spiteful, inaccurate & inconsistent review define who we are as a business, and more importantly as people. The defamation of our character will not be tolerated.

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★★★★★

To make a false accusation like that is just irresponsible on your part & is something that you should be held accountable for. (5) Finally, when we approached your husband about the extreme nature of your review, he mentioned that not only did you deny writing it but that you went on to accuse your birthday friend of posting it. Not taking ownership of your actions speaks volumes and told me everything that I needed to know about your character at this point. Strong ethics and values is something we pride ourselves in, whether it be in business, or on a personal level. I never cast dispersions on people, but apparently these are qualities that you seem to be lacking. Salud has been providing a professional service to a loyal customer base for the past 8 years now and we will not allow a spiteful, inaccurate & inconsistent review define who we are as a business, and more importantly as people. The defamation of our character will not be tolerated.

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Tonight was my third time at Salud, the first 2 times I came I had a great time and the food and drinks were delicious. However, tonight I had one of the most horrible experiences ever at Salud. I decided to take my friend to celebrate her birthday and while she was eating her steak and plantains dish, she found a metal screw on her plate. She was puzzled and confused. I was just plain mortified and embarrased that I had suggested Salud as opposed to other places near the Seaport. I called one of the Managers named Jose and he was apologetic and attempted to explain that since the restaurant is under renovations perhaps accidentally, the metal screw landed on my friend's plate. The metal screw to me looked more like a tongue piercing but he disputed that. My friend and I kept our composure due to the schock and Jose the manager stated that we didn't have to worry about the charges so I shared my Paella with my friend and had a couple of drinks. When we asked for the bill, I was surprise to find out that the manager only subtracted my friend's dish, yes the one with the metal screw!!. Clearly, he is not a very good businessman. The money is not the issue, but it's the principal behind it. After my friend's dinner was ruined while celebrating her birthday, instead of him covering the whole check and perhaps offering a complementary brunch for my friend due to the inconvenience his establisment caused us; he had the audacity to expect payment. I don't know about you but I won't be going back anytime soon. In addition, I will tell my friends that work at ACS and HRA to avoid Salud. The Health Department needs to conduct an inspection ASAP and determine if renovations should be taking place while customers are being served. WHAT A BIG DISSAPOINTMEN!! I WON'T EVER GO BACK TO SALUD!

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★☆☆☆☆

Tonight was my third time at Salud, the first 2 times I came I had a great time and the food and drinks were delicious. However, tonight I had one of the most horrible experiences ever at Salud. I decided to take my friend to celebrate her birthday and while she was eating her steak and plantains dish, she found a metal screw on her plate. She was puzzled and confused. I was just plain mortified and embarrased that I had suggested Salud as opposed to other places near the Seaport. I called one of the Managers named Jose and he was apologetic and attempted to explain that since the restaurant is under renovations perhaps accidentally, the metal screw landed on my friend's plate. The metal screw to me looked more like a tongue piercing but he disputed that. My friend and I kept our composure due to the schock and Jose the manager stated that we didn't have to worry about the charges so I shared my Paella with my friend and had a couple of drinks. When we asked for the bill, I was surprise to find out that the manager only subtracted my friend's dish, yes the one with the metal screw!!. Clearly, he is not a very good businessman. The money is not the issue, but it's the principal behind it. After my friend's dinner was ruined while celebrating her birthday, instead of him covering the whole check and perhaps offering a complementary brunch for my friend due to the inconvenience his establisment caused us; he had the audacity to expect payment. I don't know about you but I won't be going back anytime soon. In addition, I will tell my friends that work at ACS and HRA to avoid Salud. The Health Department needs to conduct an inspection ASAP and determine if renovations should be taking place while customers are being served. WHAT A BIG DISSAPOINTMEN!! I WON'T EVER GO BACK TO SALUD!

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Was looking for some other place but ended up at this place, am sure glad we ended up there. The food was amazing and well priced, the drinks where great and the atmosphere was on the money. I will be making another trip to this place....

2
★★★★★

Was looking for some other place but ended up at this place, am sure glad we ended up there. The food was amazing and well priced, the drinks where great and the atmosphere was on the money. I will be making another trip to this place....

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Was down at the seaport looking for nice quiet place non tourist to grab a bite a drinks ...and was I delighted the 24 dollar prix fixe was excellent and the drinks were perfect..def going back real soon

2
★★★★★

Was down at the seaport looking for nice quiet place non tourist to grab a bite a drinks ...and was I delighted the 24 dollar prix fixe was excellent and the drinks were perfect..def going back real soon

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Happy Hour Starts Early and Everyday 4pm! I get out of work around 3pm and its a pain to sit at a bar for two hours waiting for the drink specials to begin. Salud charges $5 for traditional mojitos, sangria, Caipirinhas , and martinis. I was expecting to swallow down at least four drinks with their $5 special. I WAS WRONG! Be warned their drink sizes are well portioned and the mix was not watered down. I order a mojito that came in a highball glass (filled to the top) my other two friends had a sangria and a mojito as well. I had only sipped about a fourth of my drink and I began to feel the alcohol. The wait staff came around at least three times to ask if we were ready for a 2nd round. Each time we politely refused. One of my girlfriends (who has a high tolerance) finally started a 2nd round and the two of us soon followed . It was a struggle, for two of the three, to finish our 2nd round of drinks. Eventually, one of us made it safely to her third round of drinks. Delicious, well balanced, but strong.

When we first arrived the place was pretty empty, since it was a few minutes after 4pm. Gradually the place began to fill up. The interior decorating was nice and reminded me of a Caribbean (not cheesy) villa. When we were first seated there was techno (translation = tech-NOOOOO! lol) music playing. Then it changed to salsa, merengue and bachata!!

I read others reviews about how the wait staff was unprofessional or neglectful. Not in our case. We sat at a table for four although we were three. One of the tables rocked so much that we almost lost our entire first round of drinks. I asked the waitress if she had anything to stabilize it more - don't get me wrong I've had my fair share of wobbly tables and never complain but this thing kept slanting at a very sharp angle with slightest touch. She quickly got a busboy and he removed all the flatware and our drinks, hoisted the table, and adjusted the leg to be leveled to the floor. We thanked them graciously!

Bathrooms were small and very dark --but hey i don't eat in there so no worries!

Since we were three, we stuck to the Prix Fixe Menu and decided to share. The food was pretty delicious. I strongly recommend La Faldita & the Bacalitos. The skirt steak was very tender and juicy! The sauce that came with the Bacalitos was amazing. Had i been home i would have used my hands to savor every drop. The ceviche was not great - SKIP IT!

For the 2nd course
We ordered Anticuchos, Gambas Ajillo, and Paellita. All three were excellent chocies. Again the steak was delicious -- it came skewered on a stick with veggies and cook just right. The shrimp was not chewy or tough, very tender and just the right amount of spice to it. The paella was not soggy, sticky, instead light.

Desserts
We ordered the Flan, Rice Pudding, and Vanilla Ice Cream. Skip Them Seriously! The flan was very EGGY tasting, like an omelet. Maybe the dark yellow/amber color should have tipped me off right away! The rice pudding was nothing extraordinary. I could have easily found the same thing in my local supermarket from KOZY SHACK! The Vanilla ice cream came with a maraschino cherry in it and i never once tasted a hint of chocolate liqueur. Perhaps the strong taste of Sangria on my tongue prevented me from detecting minute traces of it.

Happy Hour drinks were AMAZING. FOOD generally taste very good. Staff was courteous, attentive, and polite. I read someone commenting on the attire. Exactly what the hell are you expecting?!? Should they be dressed like the Pilgrims or the characters on BIG LOVE?!? At a bar most female and men staff dress trendy and slightly provocative. Face the window if you can't stand the view!

2
★★★★☆

Happy Hour Starts Early and Everyday 4pm! I get out of work around 3pm and its a pain to sit at a bar for two hours waiting for the drink specials to begin. Salud charges $5 for traditional mojitos, sangria, Caipirinhas , and martinis. I was expecting to swallow down at least four drinks with their $5 special. I WAS WRONG! Be warned their drink sizes are well portioned and the mix was not watered down. I order a mojito that came in a highball glass (filled to the top) my other two friends had a sangria and a mojito as well. I had only sipped about a fourth of my drink and I began to feel the alcohol. The wait staff came around at least three times to ask if we were ready for a 2nd round. Each time we politely refused. One of my girlfriends (who has a high tolerance) finally started a 2nd round and the two of us soon followed . It was a struggle, for two of the three, to finish our 2nd round of drinks. Eventually, one of us made it safely to her third round of drinks. Delicious, well balanced, but strong.

When we first arrived the place was pretty empty, since it was a few minutes after 4pm. Gradually the place began to fill up. The interior decorating was nice and reminded me of a Caribbean (not cheesy) villa. When we were first seated there was techno (translation = tech-NOOOOO! lol) music playing. Then it changed to salsa, merengue and bachata!!

I read others reviews about how the wait staff was unprofessional or neglectful. Not in our case. We sat at a table for four although we were three. One of the tables rocked so much that we almost lost our entire first round of drinks. I asked the waitress if she had anything to stabilize it more - don't get me wrong I've had my fair share of wobbly tables and never complain but this thing kept slanting at a very sharp angle with slightest touch. She quickly got a busboy and he removed all the flatware and our drinks, hoisted the table, and adjusted the leg to be leveled to the floor. We thanked them graciously!

Bathrooms were small and very dark --but hey i don't eat in there so no worries!

Since we were three, we stuck to the Prix Fixe Menu and decided to share. The food was pretty delicious. I strongly recommend La Faldita & the Bacalitos. The skirt steak was very tender and juicy! The sauce that came with the Bacalitos was amazing. Had i been home i would have used my hands to savor every drop. The ceviche was not great - SKIP IT!

For the 2nd course
We ordered Anticuchos, Gambas Ajillo, and Paellita. All three were excellent chocies. Again the steak was delicious -- it came skewered on a stick with veggies and cook just right. The shrimp was not chewy or tough, very tender and just the right amount of spice to it. The paella was not soggy, sticky, instead light.

Desserts
We ordered the Flan, Rice Pudding, and Vanilla Ice Cream. Skip Them Seriously! The flan was very EGGY tasting, like an omelet. Maybe the dark yellow/amber color should have tipped me off right away! The rice pudding was nothing extraordinary. I could have easily found the same thing in my local supermarket from KOZY SHACK! The Vanilla ice cream came with a maraschino cherry in it and i never once tasted a hint of chocolate liqueur. Perhaps the strong taste of Sangria on my tongue prevented me from detecting minute traces of it.

Happy Hour drinks were AMAZING. FOOD generally taste very good. Staff was courteous, attentive, and polite. I read someone commenting on the attire. Exactly what the hell are you expecting?!? Should they be dressed like the Pilgrims or the characters on BIG LOVE?!? At a bar most female and men staff dress trendy and slightly provocative. Face the window if you can't stand the view!

Pros: Extra strong top shelf liquor

Cons: Tapas portion small & deserts mediocre

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When Nelson Blue got crowded we went to Salud for dinner, only to be totally diappointed. Youcouldn't tell the difference between the tapas shrimp on the menu and it was totally overpriced for nothing special. Bland and ordinary....

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★☆☆☆☆

When Nelson Blue got crowded we went to Salud for dinner, only to be totally diappointed. Youcouldn't tell the difference between the tapas shrimp on the menu and it was totally overpriced for nothing special. Bland and ordinary....

Pros: ok sangria & outdoor seating

Cons: food is nothing special

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It's a nice after work place. Even when I am waiting for my party the atmosphere and the people are always nice and interesting! Love having dinner here for an intimate and romantic night. Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

It's a nice after work place. Even when I am waiting for my party the atmosphere and the people are always nice and interesting! Love having dinner here for an intimate and romantic night. Highly recommended.

Pros: Drinks specials, food and service

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Trying to impress best friend. Ordered Sangria which turned out to be watery. Best friend's drink was garnished with human hair. They kept filling our glass with warm water on a hot day. Food was okay. Had rice pudding and that was a joke. Service okay. Bill was approximately $70+ for two people. If tab is that much, waitresses should not look like they just came in from the garden - little shorts with undershirt. Outdoor cafe a joke - try to picture tables set up on a narrow sidewalk! Photo of restaurant on internet made the place look spacious. Was seated in a crammed space in front of an electrical outlet, even though the restaurant was not crowded. Walked away annoyed, water logged and hungry! Best part? A little baby who kept saying, "Da, Da, Da, Da, Da!"

0
★☆☆☆☆

Trying to impress best friend. Ordered Sangria which turned out to be watery. Best friend's drink was garnished with human hair. They kept filling our glass with warm water on a hot day. Food was okay. Had rice pudding and that was a joke. Service okay. Bill was approximately $70+ for two people. If tab is that much, waitresses should not look like they just came in from the garden - little shorts with undershirt. Outdoor cafe a joke - try to picture tables set up on a narrow sidewalk! Photo of restaurant on internet made the place look spacious. Was seated in a crammed space in front of an electrical outlet, even though the restaurant was not crowded. Walked away annoyed, water logged and hungry! Best part? A little baby who kept saying, "Da, Da, Da, Da, Da!"

Pros: New definition of Prix Fixe means little Appetizers!

Cons: Internet write up was complete opposite of experience!

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Serving a variety of Caribbean cuisine from Cuban to Puerto Rican to Dominican, Salud captures the true essence of each dished served. The portions are great and the food is phenominal bringing your taste buds alive with every bite. The deserts were great and the specialty drinks like Mojitos are second to none.

For entertainment the Trio playing background Cuban music was excellent. We had a party of 12 and we all gave Salud a solid thumbs up!

2
★★★★★

Serving a variety of Caribbean cuisine from Cuban to Puerto Rican to Dominican, Salud captures the true essence of each dished served. The portions are great and the food is phenominal bringing your taste buds alive with every bite. The deserts were great and the specialty drinks like Mojitos are second to none.

For entertainment the Trio playing background Cuban music was excellent. We had a party of 12 and we all gave Salud a solid thumbs up!

Pros: Best Tapas in all of Mahattan!

Cons: A bit small and tight

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The appetizers were just the right portions, and the presentation was enticing and made you want to order everything. It was my first time there and my date and I found "Salud" to be a romantic, classy spot.

2
★★★★★

The appetizers were just the right portions, and the presentation was enticing and made you want to order everything. It was my first time there and my date and I found "Salud" to be a romantic, classy spot.

Pros: excellent tapas menu

Cons: wish it was bigger for live music

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About 2 weekends ago my boyfriend and I took a walk down to the pier looking for a place to have a late brunch.
We have a favorite Italian place just across the street from Salud that we usually go to but decided to try something different. We decided to eat at Salud because of the outdoor seating - it was such a nice day! We ordered two tapas and shared - the cuban sandwich was so so so delicious!! And so were the fish tacos. We loved the food and the location and look forward to making it a regular spot for us. I can't wait to go there for dinner and drinks! The women sitting next to us had mojitos that looked great.

2
★★★★★

About 2 weekends ago my boyfriend and I took a walk down to the pier looking for a place to have a late brunch.
We have a favorite Italian place just across the street from Salud that we usually go to but decided to try something different. We decided to eat at Salud because of the outdoor seating - it was such a nice day! We ordered two tapas and shared - the cuban sandwich was so so so delicious!! And so were the fish tacos. We loved the food and the location and look forward to making it a regular spot for us. I can't wait to go there for dinner and drinks! The women sitting next to us had mojitos that looked great.

Pros: The food and outdoor seating

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Feels like you stepped into an Ernest Hemingway novel, that great nautical/tropical feel and look. We were lucky to snag a seat by the bar . The Mango Martinis were delectable, not too sweet and just the right amount of alcohol; would have made Mr. Hemingway proud! Most of the staff was congregated by the bar area (chatting right across from us) and I still had to flag them down to ask about my drink and then again my food order! Come on guys it might look and feel tropical but this is still NYC! Still the Mango Martinis made up for it.

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★★★☆☆

Feels like you stepped into an Ernest Hemingway novel, that great nautical/tropical feel and look. We were lucky to snag a seat by the bar . The Mango Martinis were delectable, not too sweet and just the right amount of alcohol; would have made Mr. Hemingway proud! Most of the staff was congregated by the bar area (chatting right across from us) and I still had to flag them down to ask about my drink and then again my food order! Come on guys it might look and feel tropical but this is still NYC! Still the Mango Martinis made up for it.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: place is tiny, service is slow

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This restaurant is really the best place where You can eat in NY,try the food and You will remeber incredible taste for a long long time, like I do:) drinks are amazing and the is staff really cool!!
best regards for SALUD!!!!

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★★★★★

This restaurant is really the best place where You can eat in NY,try the food and You will remeber incredible taste for a long long time, like I do:) drinks are amazing and the is staff really cool!!
best regards for SALUD!!!!

Pros: best tapas in town!!!

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The food was great and the staff was very attentive & friendly. I have referred family & friends who share the same sentiment and I definitely plan on going back every so often to show them some love.

2
★★★★☆

The food was great and the staff was very attentive & friendly. I have referred family & friends who share the same sentiment and I definitely plan on going back every so often to show them some love.

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Great service, great food, great atmosphere, and great price! Best sweet and sour I've had anywhere (it's not too sweet like so many others). Try the crab

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★★★★☆

Great service, great food, great atmosphere, and great price! Best sweet and sour I've had anywhere (it's not too sweet like so many others). Try the crab

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We traveled all the way from Atlanta, Georgia to experience some of the best Dominican food in the USA!
We totally loved the entire visit.

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★★★★★

We traveled all the way from Atlanta, Georgia to experience some of the best Dominican food in the USA!
We totally loved the entire visit.

Pros: decor; lovely staff; delicious food

Cons: none at all

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This place is a little pricey, but not over the top, the portions are small but worth every penny!!! When I go out, I would rather have a few spectacular bites of food than a plate of something mediocre.... Plus the wine selection is excellent!

The staff is polished and knowledgeable, and despite being on Third and usually occupied by the "beautiful, it's unpretentious.

It's a cozy place, perfect for an intimate date

2
★★★★☆

This place is a little pricey, but not over the top, the portions are small but worth every penny!!! When I go out, I would rather have a few spectacular bites of food than a plate of something mediocre.... Plus the wine selection is excellent!

The staff is polished and knowledgeable, and despite being on Third and usually occupied by the "beautiful, it's unpretentious.

It's a cozy place, perfect for an intimate date

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overall there is amazing food, great drinks....fun live music... out door seating...and just great staff along the way.. everyone is totally accomodating, and always ready to help.
the tapas are tasty and so nice to be right near the south street seaport

2
★★★★★

overall there is amazing food, great drinks....fun live music... out door seating...and just great staff along the way.. everyone is totally accomodating, and always ready to help.
the tapas are tasty and so nice to be right near the south street seaport

Pros: great food and service...and drinks

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I am so saddened by this place - it was one of the standout excellent restaurants in my downtown neighborhood. I have to agree with the "thoroughly disappointed" review below. They have slipped. Food is supermarket bought standard with none of the old flair. The drinks are still tasty but not worth the premium. I have two nights set up to go to this place with friends. However, after our last 2 or 3 times we are finally done and can forgive the mediocrity no longer. I am going to find an alternative spanish/cuban to replace Salud and not go back again for a year at least.

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★★☆☆☆

I am so saddened by this place - it was one of the standout excellent restaurants in my downtown neighborhood. I have to agree with the "thoroughly disappointed" review below. They have slipped. Food is supermarket bought standard with none of the old flair. The drinks are still tasty but not worth the premium. I have two nights set up to go to this place with friends. However, after our last 2 or 3 times we are finally done and can forgive the mediocrity no longer. I am going to find an alternative spanish/cuban to replace Salud and not go back again for a year at least.

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Big night - parents in town and relatives I hadn't seen in 15+ years. I picked Salud because I heard great things. Must've been when there was different management because last night's 6:30pm dinner was a big AND EXPENSIVE disappointment. Poor AC, flies, portions way too small (my $24 grilled seafood platter was a 10" round plate with ~ 6 small to medium shrimp you find at the grocers and ~ 6 small-med scallops on about 1/2 cup of field greens and ~ 8 glazed plantains on the side). Taste - mediocre. The plate of about 20 plantain chips was TASTELESS - think Communion wafers. Music too loud for a space with maybe 15 tables. The specialty drinks were really the only thing good but even with them, there were only 5 you could choose from for the happy hour prices - all others were $9/piece. My uncle took the bill and I felt just horrible for ever dragging them there. Of course no one said much, bad or good, but I will never ever go back. Looking at the reviews, this place had seen its heyday and it is long gone. The only thing good was our waitress. Good luck if you choose to go.

1
★★☆☆☆

Big night - parents in town and relatives I hadn't seen in 15+ years. I picked Salud because I heard great things. Must've been when there was different management because last night's 6:30pm dinner was a big AND EXPENSIVE disappointment. Poor AC, flies, portions way too small (my $24 grilled seafood platter was a 10" round plate with ~ 6 small to medium shrimp you find at the grocers and ~ 6 small-med scallops on about 1/2 cup of field greens and ~ 8 glazed plantains on the side). Taste - mediocre. The plate of about 20 plantain chips was TASTELESS - think Communion wafers. Music too loud for a space with maybe 15 tables. The specialty drinks were really the only thing good but even with them, there were only 5 you could choose from for the happy hour prices - all others were $9/piece. My uncle took the bill and I felt just horrible for ever dragging them there. Of course no one said much, bad or good, but I will never ever go back. Looking at the reviews, this place had seen its heyday and it is long gone. The only thing good was our waitress. Good luck if you choose to go.

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I have been to this restaurant on multiple occasions and the food and drinks are always good. The staff is very courteous and nice. The tapas are small but filling (I always order more than one). There are lots to choose from and the menu is always being updated. This restaurant is very small and simple, it reminds me of old school Miami with all the dark wood and clean walls. It is right down by the south street seaport, so it?s not really close to much. Everyone I bring to this restaurant falls in love with it and its food.

2
★★★★★

I have been to this restaurant on multiple occasions and the food and drinks are always good. The staff is very courteous and nice. The tapas are small but filling (I always order more than one). There are lots to choose from and the menu is always being updated. This restaurant is very small and simple, it reminds me of old school Miami with all the dark wood and clean walls. It is right down by the south street seaport, so it?s not really close to much. Everyone I bring to this restaurant falls in love with it and its food.

Pros: Food, Drinks, Service

Cons: Small Space, All the way downtown

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I had lunch with a friend here and it was great.The service was prompt and quick and for only $20.00 we had a 3 course menue. The shrimp ceviche appetizer and also the skirt steak kabobs were delicious. Dessert was great, we ordered the rice pudding and also the coconut flan. Our waitress was great,the drinks came right away,I definately will go back for more!

2
★★★★★

I had lunch with a friend here and it was great.The service was prompt and quick and for only $20.00 we had a 3 course menue. The shrimp ceviche appetizer and also the skirt steak kabobs were delicious. Dessert was great, we ordered the rice pudding and also the coconut flan. Our waitress was great,the drinks came right away,I definately will go back for more!

Pros: great service and fantastic food

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Beautiful calm clean setting. Perfect to go alone or with a date. Everybody worked together, from the bartenders to the waitresses to the busboys. They were helpful and honest in describing the size of the portions. The food was delicious and presented well on the plates.

2
★★★★★

Beautiful calm clean setting. Perfect to go alone or with a date. Everybody worked together, from the bartenders to the waitresses to the busboys. They were helpful and honest in describing the size of the portions. The food was delicious and presented well on the plates.

Pros: Very attentive service. Very clean.

Cons: Good for someone who wants to taste different flavors, not for someone who wants to eat a whole cow.

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My husband and I came here for a romantic evening to dine out and we had a superb time! Not only was the food delicious, but it was very affordable and the drinks were also very good, we really enjoyed the mojitos. The service was also great, efficient, friendly, and fast. We are def planning another night out here, I would highly recommend checking it out!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I came here for a romantic evening to dine out and we had a superb time! Not only was the food delicious, but it was very affordable and the drinks were also very good, we really enjoyed the mojitos. The service was also great, efficient, friendly, and fast. We are def planning another night out here, I would highly recommend checking it out!

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This restaurant is a magnificent place to dine at. The atmosphere is inviting, the food is great and the drinks are to die for! They make the best sangria's and flavored mojito's, ...I have to say. The tapas menu has so many great dishes to choose from, I couldn't make up my mind. The food was flavored with great spices, made fresh and also satisfying. I am absolutely in love!

2
★★★★★

This restaurant is a magnificent place to dine at. The atmosphere is inviting, the food is great and the drinks are to die for! They make the best sangria's and flavored mojito's, ...I have to say. The tapas menu has so many great dishes to choose from, I couldn't make up my mind. The food was flavored with great spices, made fresh and also satisfying. I am absolutely in love!

Pros: Food, drinks

Cons: parking

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Made a horrible mistake walking by. Made a bigger mistake walking in and sitting down. It wasn't that busy when we sat down on a Sat night so we were surprised the wait service was that long. It took 15 minutes for our drinks, another 20 minutes for the waitress to take out orders.For the start of dinner, they ran out of food already - were they NOT expecting people to come in? So for a choice prix fixe, we really didn't have much of a choice. The fun part is that after placing our orders, we were given over an hour of free time to wait. After a few frustrating cigarettes later and numerous attempts to pay for drinks and leave, the food came. It really didn't matter that we were starving, builds character ya know? I ordered the paellalita and it has got to be the saddest thing on earth. I really think they need to re-word their descriptions. Instead of "lobster meat" it should be "a fleck of GRATED lobster meat". That's really what I had, a tiny fleck of lobster meat that probably accidentally fell off the grater onto my plate...OH glory be! I didn't think things could get worse but at Salud, I am optimistic. My friend and I ordered side dishes, but they forgot to bring them! OOPS! During dessert, we asked for no syrup in flan/pudding...OOPS its mixed in. After all is done, we wait again, another 25 minutes for our check. Hell it's only a Sat night, we have nothing better to do, by the end of this, we already spent over 3 hours for a $110 meal we did NOT enjoy, felt utterly ripped off, disgracefully disappointed and NEVER AGAIN! Oh did I mention we weren't full- all those calories burnt from the waiting thank god for MCD.So a word of advice, if you are in a rush and do not have time or money to spare this is NOT the place to be, and even if you do, this is NOT the place to be! SALUD!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Made a horrible mistake walking by. Made a bigger mistake walking in and sitting down. It wasn't that busy when we sat down on a Sat night so we were surprised the wait service was that long. It took 15 minutes for our drinks, another 20 minutes for the waitress to take out orders.For the start of dinner, they ran out of food already - were they NOT expecting people to come in? So for a choice prix fixe, we really didn't have much of a choice. The fun part is that after placing our orders, we were given over an hour of free time to wait. After a few frustrating cigarettes later and numerous attempts to pay for drinks and leave, the food came. It really didn't matter that we were starving, builds character ya know? I ordered the paellalita and it has got to be the saddest thing on earth. I really think they need to re-word their descriptions. Instead of "lobster meat" it should be "a fleck of GRATED lobster meat". That's really what I had, a tiny fleck of lobster meat that probably accidentally fell off the grater onto my plate...OH glory be! I didn't think things could get worse but at Salud, I am optimistic. My friend and I ordered side dishes, but they forgot to bring them! OOPS! During dessert, we asked for no syrup in flan/pudding...OOPS its mixed in. After all is done, we wait again, another 25 minutes for our check. Hell it's only a Sat night, we have nothing better to do, by the end of this, we already spent over 3 hours for a $110 meal we did NOT enjoy, felt utterly ripped off, disgracefully disappointed and NEVER AGAIN! Oh did I mention we weren't full- all those calories burnt from the waiting thank god for MCD.So a word of advice, if you are in a rush and do not have time or money to spare this is NOT the place to be, and even if you do, this is NOT the place to be! SALUD!

Pros: You get a lot of time to go run errands, smoke and make calls- you get at least one free hour wait time per meal.

Cons: Long wait for everything, prix fixe menu is a scam, waitress forgetful, horrible service and attitude

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This is a fantastic little find in the Seaport. The atmosphere is so inviting and warm, the food is almost always consistently delicous! The service is good and the prices are reasonable. Make sure to ask for the garlic olive oil to eat with your bread. It is only served by request and it is a necessary part of the experience. Enjoy!

2
★★★★★

This is a fantastic little find in the Seaport. The atmosphere is so inviting and warm, the food is almost always consistently delicous! The service is good and the prices are reasonable. Make sure to ask for the garlic olive oil to eat with your bread. It is only served by request and it is a necessary part of the experience. Enjoy!

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There is plenty of terrific Latin fare to be found in New York CIty and sadly, none of it is here at Salud. The atmosphere is great, the space adorable, and the service seemed top-notch when we walked in, so my husband and I expected a treat. The first let-down came along with the drinks. The $9 a glass sangria was bright screaming red, tasted like koolaid, and had no booze in it. Then we discovered that the prix fixe is a scam. Anyone else feel that two tapas dishes qualifiy as appetizer and entree? Entrees are supposed to be bigger than appetizers -- not so at Salud. We felt that were lured in to the restaurant under false pretenses (bargain dinnner) and were not pleased. However, we were starving and it was Saturday night (places around were pretty packed) so we opted to stay, skip the prix fixe (who in their right mind would order two bite-sized dishes and a thimble of flan for $20?) and see if this place was worth the price of admission. We ordered a bunch of tapas dishes, all of which were fair to middling, especially in light of the fact that the prices were completely off the hook. $12-17 a plate for tapas? It had better be loaded with lobster or caviar or the work of a gastronomic genius. They're charging these prices for tiny tacos and chicken wings, friends. And the paella was small, dry, and tasteless. Ahem, this is their signature dish. The lobster was so skimpy (half a scrawny claw for two people) and tasted as if it has been frozen or fished out of the East River. If we wanted to spend $150 on dinner, we would have gone to a place we know is worth it. This place is joke. We were both hungry, sober, and steamed (unlike the reheated lobster) when we got home. Never again.

0
★☆☆☆☆

There is plenty of terrific Latin fare to be found in New York CIty and sadly, none of it is here at Salud. The atmosphere is great, the space adorable, and the service seemed top-notch when we walked in, so my husband and I expected a treat. The first let-down came along with the drinks. The $9 a glass sangria was bright screaming red, tasted like koolaid, and had no booze in it. Then we discovered that the prix fixe is a scam. Anyone else feel that two tapas dishes qualifiy as appetizer and entree? Entrees are supposed to be bigger than appetizers -- not so at Salud. We felt that were lured in to the restaurant under false pretenses (bargain dinnner) and were not pleased. However, we were starving and it was Saturday night (places around were pretty packed) so we opted to stay, skip the prix fixe (who in their right mind would order two bite-sized dishes and a thimble of flan for $20?) and see if this place was worth the price of admission. We ordered a bunch of tapas dishes, all of which were fair to middling, especially in light of the fact that the prices were completely off the hook. $12-17 a plate for tapas? It had better be loaded with lobster or caviar or the work of a gastronomic genius. They're charging these prices for tiny tacos and chicken wings, friends. And the paella was small, dry, and tasteless. Ahem, this is their signature dish. The lobster was so skimpy (half a scrawny claw for two people) and tasted as if it has been frozen or fished out of the East River. If we wanted to spend $150 on dinner, we would have gone to a place we know is worth it. This place is joke. We were both hungry, sober, and steamed (unlike the reheated lobster) when we got home. Never again.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Everything else

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My husband and I went here last thursday night. Service was gracious and the food was excellent. They had a live latin band playing which added a nice touch to our diner. We thought the entire experience was wonderful. This place is really great.

2
★★★★★

My husband and I went here last thursday night. Service was gracious and the food was excellent. They had a live latin band playing which added a nice touch to our diner. We thought the entire experience was wonderful. This place is really great.

Pros: Delicious Food, Great Ambiance, Wonderful Service

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So much good food! So little time! This joint's gonna make me fat. The Ensalda de Camarones is amazing....addictive, even. Their ceviche is different than anyone else's, and better for it. And the beef-stuffed plaintains are sweet on the outside and savory on the inside.

I'm a coconut fan, so the Coconut Margarita blew my mind, and for desert I followed it up with a Chocolate Coconut Martini. You can't really go wrong with drink like these.

Salud!

2
★★★★★

So much good food! So little time! This joint's gonna make me fat. The Ensalda de Camarones is amazing....addictive, even. Their ceviche is different than anyone else's, and better for it. And the beef-stuffed plaintains are sweet on the outside and savory on the inside.

I'm a coconut fan, so the Coconut Margarita blew my mind, and for desert I followed it up with a Chocolate Coconut Martini. You can't really go wrong with drink like these.

Salud!

Pros: food, food, food

Cons: price

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If you like to eat good food, do not stop by this restaurant. The "latin" food is not latin at all, and this is coming from a latina and her party who attended this place! The pre-fix menu is misleading....the entree and appetizers are the same size! Chicharones de pollo are chicken wings? since when...wrong name on the menu! The food took forever to arrive! "Its all made from scratch" and thats why it takes soo long...? well then hire more chef's...duh. NOT RECOMMENDED. oh and the food is overpriced.

1
★★☆☆☆

If you like to eat good food, do not stop by this restaurant. The "latin" food is not latin at all, and this is coming from a latina and her party who attended this place! The pre-fix menu is misleading....the entree and appetizers are the same size! Chicharones de pollo are chicken wings? since when...wrong name on the menu! The food took forever to arrive! "Its all made from scratch" and thats why it takes soo long...? well then hire more chef's...duh. NOT RECOMMENDED. oh and the food is overpriced.

Pros: Decor, Sangria was ok

Cons: Food, High Price

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Great food, great sevice. A great place to escape NYC. We felt like we had taken a vacation to Cuba. Highly recommended.

2
★★★★★

Great food, great sevice. A great place to escape NYC. We felt like we had taken a vacation to Cuba. Highly recommended.

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Ambience, service & staff were great. Food is not worth writting about. The happy hour till 7pm is great. Mojito for $5 w/ a sugar cane & mint was worth the trip there.

1
★★☆☆☆

Ambience, service & staff were great. Food is not worth writting about. The happy hour till 7pm is great. Mojito for $5 w/ a sugar cane & mint was worth the trip there.

Pros: nice ambience, happy hour

Cons: small dining area, small bar

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I have been reading the reviews and was very shocked to hear that many complaints are due to the long wait. I have been there 3 times and have a reservation for April 7. Yes the food takes a little long to get to the table, but it its always fresh and piping hot! I understand that the food is made to order. It is well worth the wait!! sip on a nice drink, relax and enjoy the atmosphere. The service is average, but the food speaks for itself. whoever is cooking these meals puts a whole lot of work into the taste and the presentation. So if you are in a rush DONT GO!! but if you wanna relax and have good time with frinds..its a MUST that you check this place out!!!

2
★★★★★

I have been reading the reviews and was very shocked to hear that many complaints are due to the long wait. I have been there 3 times and have a reservation for April 7. Yes the food takes a little long to get to the table, but it its always fresh and piping hot! I understand that the food is made to order. It is well worth the wait!! sip on a nice drink, relax and enjoy the atmosphere. The service is average, but the food speaks for itself. whoever is cooking these meals puts a whole lot of work into the taste and the presentation. So if you are in a rush DONT GO!! but if you wanna relax and have good time with frinds..its a MUST that you check this place out!!!

Pros: great appetizers, good sangria

Cons: parking, long wait for food, average wait staff

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It's cold outside. You slip into a dimly lit corner with your partner. It's a night that starts with mouth watering mojitos and the best sangria ever! You begin with a plate of plantain chips with 2 dips as you let your eyes take in the menu. So many sinful choices. May I reccommend the lobster tacos and the payella? Three or 4 tapas are perfect for 2 people. Then you can share an entree. I love the grilled seafood platter. The desserts are limited but the sweet fried plantains served warm and carmelized should satisfy. This place is amazing! The service may be slow with the water glass refills but you will not leave hungry... just happy and maybe a little tipsy off of the pitcher of sangria!

2
★★★★★

It's cold outside. You slip into a dimly lit corner with your partner. It's a night that starts with mouth watering mojitos and the best sangria ever! You begin with a plate of plantain chips with 2 dips as you let your eyes take in the menu. So many sinful choices. May I reccommend the lobster tacos and the payella? Three or 4 tapas are perfect for 2 people. Then you can share an entree. I love the grilled seafood platter. The desserts are limited but the sweet fried plantains served warm and carmelized should satisfy. This place is amazing! The service may be slow with the water glass refills but you will not leave hungry... just happy and maybe a little tipsy off of the pitcher of sangria!

Pros: food, sangria, atmosphere

Cons: desserts limited

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On Feb 17th, at 12:45pm we went to celebrate a farewell lunch for a high level colleague. At the tail end of waiting for 1 hour we got our appetizers, and the waitress then told us "oops" sorry, we ran out your item. Then we waited another 40 minutes for the entrees, and were told "oops" we dont have any steak left so 4 of you can re-order. Instead of telling us earlier, she waited till the last possible minute to tell us. Then the manager said, hey we'll give you shrimp instead, which would have taken another hour. We then were charged for the appetizers and drinks, at regular price, not the lesser pre-fix menu price we ordered from. PLEASE SAVE YOUR SELF FROM THIS HORRIBLE PLACE. The food we did eat was way below average, very hard and fishy fritters.

0
★☆☆☆☆

On Feb 17th, at 12:45pm we went to celebrate a farewell lunch for a high level colleague. At the tail end of waiting for 1 hour we got our appetizers, and the waitress then told us "oops" sorry, we ran out your item. Then we waited another 40 minutes for the entrees, and were told "oops" we dont have any steak left so 4 of you can re-order. Instead of telling us earlier, she waited till the last possible minute to tell us. Then the manager said, hey we'll give you shrimp instead, which would have taken another hour. We then were charged for the appetizers and drinks, at regular price, not the lesser pre-fix menu price we ordered from. PLEASE SAVE YOUR SELF FROM THIS HORRIBLE PLACE. The food we did eat was way below average, very hard and fishy fritters.

Pros: NONE, None

Cons: Service, Management, Noisy

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These people have no business running a restaurant. I don't think I've ever had a worst service than the one I got in this place. It took at least 1 hour before we started getting our appetizers and even then did not come together. Some of us didnt even get what we ordered.
For the main course we waited another hour only to be told that restaurant had ran out food. They would not even bother to apologizing for the unbelievably bad service and went ahead and charged us in full for what we had ordered.
Horrible service, horrible attitude by the staff.

0
★☆☆☆☆

These people have no business running a restaurant. I don't think I've ever had a worst service than the one I got in this place. It took at least 1 hour before we started getting our appetizers and even then did not come together. Some of us didnt even get what we ordered.
For the main course we waited another hour only to be told that restaurant had ran out food. They would not even bother to apologizing for the unbelievably bad service and went ahead and charged us in full for what we had ordered.
Horrible service, horrible attitude by the staff.

Pros: Location

Cons: Service, Staff, food

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I was a bit disappointed relative to the hype of the previous citysearch writeups...I mean everyone except one person rated it Excellent or 5stars and the one guy who didn't received a owner's response (something I've never seen elsewhere on this site). Anyway, restaurant was not bad, food was above par, music was too loud and service was excellent. It is quaint and romantic. The steak choice was great. The wine by the glass was lacking (1/3 full). In sum, a bit above par.....but not so good it's worth traveling to this odd, lonely spot of the city.

1
★★★☆☆

I was a bit disappointed relative to the hype of the previous citysearch writeups...I mean everyone except one person rated it Excellent or 5stars and the one guy who didn't received a owner's response (something I've never seen elsewhere on this site). Anyway, restaurant was not bad, food was above par, music was too loud and service was excellent. It is quaint and romantic. The steak choice was great. The wine by the glass was lacking (1/3 full). In sum, a bit above par.....but not so good it's worth traveling to this odd, lonely spot of the city.

Pros: Service, Meat Dish, Romantic

Cons: Location, Loud

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Although, I do not venture down to the seaport often. this place is worth it.
The help was extremely helpful in answering questions i had about the menu. Also, the food was delicious. They have some of the best Sangria outside of Spain.
I would def be going back!!!

2
★★★★★

Although, I do not venture down to the seaport often. this place is worth it.
The help was extremely helpful in answering questions i had about the menu. Also, the food was delicious. They have some of the best Sangria outside of Spain.
I would def be going back!!!

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Be warned-worst dining experience in 7 years in Manhattan.
I went to Salud a year ago, since it is located in the Financial District one would assume they could eat in an hour. It took us and hour and half from the time we ordered the food to get it. The waitress was clueless. A man at the table next to us was so mad that he yelled at her and left. My friend asked if there was something they could do, i.e., offer an apeteizer or compensation. The waitress said no and unlike any other restaurant in Manhattan did not offer to bring her manager over.
A year later I gave Salud a second chance, maybe the management had changed or maybe that was just a bad day. I was WRONG and had a worse experience. I am boggled by the outstanding reviews it has received on citysearch.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Be warned-worst dining experience in 7 years in Manhattan.
I went to Salud a year ago, since it is located in the Financial District one would assume they could eat in an hour. It took us and hour and half from the time we ordered the food to get it. The waitress was clueless. A man at the table next to us was so mad that he yelled at her and left. My friend asked if there was something they could do, i.e., offer an apeteizer or compensation. The waitress said no and unlike any other restaurant in Manhattan did not offer to bring her manager over.
A year later I gave Salud a second chance, maybe the management had changed or maybe that was just a bad day. I was WRONG and had a worse experience. I am boggled by the outstanding reviews it has received on citysearch.

Cons: Unprofessional, Very slow

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Great Tapa plates, but even for tapas they are way too small amount, and way too noisy to have any kind of conversations at all......

1
★★★☆☆

Great Tapa plates, but even for tapas they are way too small amount, and way too noisy to have any kind of conversations at all......

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Salud is a great restaurant that I recommend to everyone who asks me. The ambience is great. On our first visit, the wall street crowd during happy hour was a little too loud, but the food overall has been consistently great the couple of times I have been there. I have tried at least half of the appetizer/tapas menu and every single one has been well presented and had me wanting more.

2
★★★★★

Salud is a great restaurant that I recommend to everyone who asks me. The ambience is great. On our first visit, the wall street crowd during happy hour was a little too loud, but the food overall has been consistently great the couple of times I have been there. I have tried at least half of the appetizer/tapas menu and every single one has been well presented and had me wanting more.

Pros: good food, decor

Cons: a little expensive

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Salud is a coxy nook that takes you away from the madness of the workday. We usually get there for a late lunch, but early or late, the staff is always eager to greet you and food is always excellent. Salud may be a small plates favorite, but there is nothing small about there attention to detail, even down to the "spotless" glasses the drinks are served in!

2
★★★★★

Salud is a coxy nook that takes you away from the madness of the workday. We usually get there for a late lunch, but early or late, the staff is always eager to greet you and food is always excellent. Salud may be a small plates favorite, but there is nothing small about there attention to detail, even down to the "spotless" glasses the drinks are served in!

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Food is excellent, highly recommended....I eat at Salud at least once every 2-3 weeks....

2
★★★★★

Food is excellent, highly recommended....I eat at Salud at least once every 2-3 weeks....

Pros: convenient area, not crowded, salsa music while din

Cons: by the fish mkt, no park until aft 7p

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Dependant on your mood and day of the week you can sit at this location to enjoy a fun filled evening with great food and great people. But when your with someone special you want the place all to yourself, go on a weekday, as I do, and you'll see what I mean. A cozy little table set off to the corner. A bottle of wine and the paella will remind you of the old country. The aroma fills the small space, ask them to light the candle and enjoy a private dinner for 2. A little live music adds to the charm of my new favorite place in the Financial District. Best Wishes and Good Luck Eddie.

2
★★★★★

Dependant on your mood and day of the week you can sit at this location to enjoy a fun filled evening with great food and great people. But when your with someone special you want the place all to yourself, go on a weekday, as I do, and you'll see what I mean. A cozy little table set off to the corner. A bottle of wine and the paella will remind you of the old country. The aroma fills the small space, ask them to light the candle and enjoy a private dinner for 2. A little live music adds to the charm of my new favorite place in the Financial District. Best Wishes and Good Luck Eddie.

Pros: Food, Atmoshpere, Location

Cons: None

 

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