Oh my god. Can you think of anything better than tons and tons of paella? Well we can’t either, which is why we are super psyched about Andanada’s Paella Festival, which launched yesterday and runs until June 9th. The restaurant is now showcasing special authentic paellas prepared by executive chef Manuel Berganza. The paella special is available during lunch or dinner and is just $25 per person (2 person minimum) and comes with a pitcher of red or white sangria or two glasses of Tobelos Tempranillo Rioja wine. Best of all, there are a variety of paellas to choose from, so even for those who shy away from seafood, there is an option for you!
Mixta – land & sea mixture of chicken, calamari, shrimp, market fish, mussels, cockles, peas, and red peppers
Mariscos – market fish, shrimp, calamari, mussels, cockles, peas, and red peppers
Carne – a meat lover’s delight of pork belly, chicken, rabbit, chorizo, carrots, peas, and red peppers
Vegetariana – string beans, carrots, cauliflower, artichoke, peas, and red peppers
Andanada is located at 141 W. 69th Street.