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Oregano Bar & Bistro adds an intriguingly different dimension to New York City dining by presenting two popular cuisine traditions – French and Iberian, the latter named after the peninsula which encompasses Spain and Portugal – that have much in common, but seldom share the same menu.Almost as if the Pyrenees, the mountain range separating them geographically, represents a restaurant demarcation zone! Ours is a coupling of French and Iberian culinary customs, including house made breads and house cured meats, which respects the integrity of each, while occasionally cross referencing an ingredient or technique to marry the two in gastronomic harmony – for instance the duck confit in Oregano’s signature paella or the Serrano Ham in the Croque Mousier in the brunch menu.
Whether French, Spanish or Portuguese, or a marriage between them, our food is presented in an ambiance that embodies the welcoming neighborhood bistro culture of all three cuisines and complemented a carefully curated selection of fine international spirits, wines and beers
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