Spanish Explorer Jesús Nuñez Docks on Upper West Side

Deconstructed potato omelet.

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