Grubstreet – Comodo’s New Menu Includes This Awesome Poblanco-Pepper Carbonara


“Almost all of the dishes on the menu are brand-new — with the exception of the beloved pão de queijo lamb sliders and the cast-iron-braised octopus — but Donnelly’s cooking still celebrates Latin American cuisine. The most impressive dish might just be the poblano-pepper carbonara, which includes thinly sliced peppers in lieu of actual pasta, but tastes equally rich and comforting. Rofe, now officially a sommelier, has curated a list of wines, all by the glass.”
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The Infatuation – The Best Bottomless Brunches in NYC


“Just because you’re looking for more of a grown-up vibe doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the ability to get drunk at brunch. Cómodo, right on the border of Greenwich Village and Soho, serves very solid, modern Latin food in a low-key environment. In addition to being a good place for people who didn’t just graduate from college, Cómodo is also a good place for people who don’t love standard brunch food – on the menu are things like tacos, salads, and sandwiches.”
The Deal:: $15 for two hours of bottomless mimosas. Does not include the price of food.

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New York Times Reviews Comodo

It is almost a cliché of a romantic restaurant: white curtains wafting out into the half-deserted street, light catching on stemless wineglasses, a blur of candles against dark wood. Couples lean forward, suddenly brimming over with things to say to each other. In a short while, it will become so loud you can barely hear yourself speak, but you will not care. This is that little out-of-the-way place you search for from the moment you move to New York, that you stumble upon one hazy night and make yours.
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This Month on Vogue Couple Collaborations Tamy Rofe and Felipe Donnelly of Comodo

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