Estela  "Tucked away on a strip of East Houston not known for its culinary prowess, this wine centric, shared-plates establishment is quickly becoming a gastronomic get away for people in the know.  Sidle up solo to the bar for a glass of rose and a plate of razor clams, or pack in with a crew to one of the intimate tables for bottles and burrata." - Darin Bresnitz, events directorEstela, 47 E. ...

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One of Jonny's favorite places to dine - Estela NYC at 47 E Houston St, New York, NY 10012

Make Estela restaurant's tender pork on a bed of farro with warm chicken jus, charred leeks, and charred carrots.

Grilled Pork with Charred Leeks and Carrots

Make Estela restaurant's tender pork on a bed of farro with warm chicken jus, charred leeks, and charred carrots.

Ignacio Mattos | Estela Restaurant - New York | foto Tuukka Koski

Ignacio Mattos | Estela Restaurant - New York | foto Tuukka Koski

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Estela: restaurant review

A restaurant that hides its food under piles of greens is good enough for Barack Obama, but how about for Jay Rayner?

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant: Ignacio Mattos, left, and Thomas Carter.

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant

Estela Restaurant NYC #44 2016, ate 5/2017

Set above Houston Street, the bustling restaurant serves food that’s bold yet approachable, and easily shared.

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant: Ravioli of king crab and mascarpone with spinach.

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant

Estela: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

Estela: restaurant review

A restaurant that hides its food under piles of greens is good enough for Barack Obama, but how about for Jay Rayner?

Rank & Style’s Talking Top Tens - Maria Perez’s Ten Essentials: Estela Restaurant #rankandstyle

Maria Perez, Co-Founder & Product Manager, Glassful

Rank & Style’s Talking Top Tens - Maria Perez’s Ten Essentials: Estela Restaurant

Estela: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

Estela: restaurant review

A restaurant that hides its food under piles of greens is good enough for Barack Obama, but how about for Jay Rayner?

Estela NYC: Estela is a beverage-driven restaurant from former Blue Hill at Stone Barns beverage director Thomas Carter and James Beard Award-nominated chef Ignacio Mattos. Designed as an approachable, easy and fun place to go, Estela serves shareable plates of American food with European influences, features a wine list of over 200 mostly European selections from France (Rhône, Burgundy), Germany and Italy, and offers classically-inspired cocktails.

Estela NYC: Estela is a beverage-driven restaurant from former Blue Hill at Stone Barns beverage director Thomas Carter and James Beard Award-nominated chef Ignacio Mattos. Designed as an approachable, easy and fun place to go, Estela serves shareable plates of American food with European influences, features a wine list of over 200 mostly European selections from France (Rhône, Burgundy), Germany and Italy, and offers classically-inspired cocktails.

[Daniel Krieger] Here's a look around Estela, the new restaurant from sommelier Thomas Carter, chef Ignacio Mattos, and operator Mark Connell. The 55-seat space, which sits above Connell's dive...

A Look Around Mattos & Carter's New Restaurant Estela

[Daniel Krieger] Here& a look around Estela, the new restaurant from sommelier Thomas Carter, chef Ignacio Mattos, and operator Mark Connell. The space, which sits above Connell& dive.

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant: Chicories and anchovy vinaigrette.

First Look at Café Altro Paradiso, the Estela Team’s New York Take on a Classic Italian Restaurant

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