Spanish Explorer Jesús Nuñez Docks on Upper West Side

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Deconstructed potato omelet. Photo: Courtesy of Jesus Nunez

Last month we told you that Spain’s Jesús Nuñez (known for his “interactive dishes” and exotic preparations, such as shark and deer carpaccio) was looking for a space. The Observer now reports that a 69th Street brownstone between Broadway and Columbus Avenue (formerly home to a kosher restaurant) “will undergo a drastic renovation” and reopen as Graffit. No date set yet.

Famous Spanish Chef to Open Tapas Restaurant on 69th [West Side Independent]
Spanish Foodie Phenom Picks West Side Brownstone for First City Spot [NYO]
Earlier: Spanish Enfant Terrible Jesús Nuñez Hopes to Bring Shark Carpaccio to New York