Cafe Cortadito

Restaurants, Cuban East Village
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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This warmly hued East Village standby features creative riffs on classic Cuban fare, like smoked-paprika fried calamari and red snapper encrusted with green plantains.


Venue name: Cafe Cortadito
Address: 210 E 3rd St
New York
Cross street: between Aves B and C
Opening hours: Tue-Sat noon-11pm, Sun noon-10pm
Transport: Subway: F to Delancey St; J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts
Price: Average main dish: $18. AmEx, D, MC, V
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2.5 / 5

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Adam V

One of my favorite Cuban spots in the city - I think the food is delicious, and offers a contemporary twist while maintaining a lot of the charm. The restaurant is tiny - which means it feels incredibly cozy/intimate, and it was easy to talk to the knowledgeable wait staff (and chef) about everything. Decor felt authentic, with a cafe mural, and the place settings were appropriate. Everything felt minimal but necessary, very comfortable, and never rushed. Would recommend.


Cafe Cortadtio, LOST IT!!! lost their charm, their local customer and even more their social responsibility. its a waste of time going there. the hostess is very unprofessional without any system of management!!! Unaware and insensitive!!! Not even considering how they affect the foot traffic blockage they have caused in our neighborhood. hey neighbors and reviewers lets pull together and make cafe cortadtio feel how they have ignored and lost their neighborhood!!! Lets boycott cafe cordadito until they realized where they stand in our neighborhood!!!