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Featured spread is reproduced from
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/25/2017

Miralda’s El Internacional (1984–1986): New York’s Archaeological Sandwich

Ahh, downtown NYC in the 80s. Art, drugs, TriBeCa, Tapas. The Glitter Ceiling, the aquarium, the costumes and celebrities. Miralda’s El Internacional (1984–1986) is a featured title at our booth at the LA Art Book Fair, on view through Sunday. "With Miralda simulating a kind of surreal yet sophisticated Spanish tapas bar, you were jolted out of a safe and familiar atmosphere and launched into the movie-star world of madly overdressed, beautiful women and smoky-eyed cigar-wielding Latin men. Importantly, the food was absolutely terrific, and not terribly expensive. It was the restaurant of choice for love affairs, celebrations and domestic arguments. Halfway between Lower Manhattan and The Odeon, the restaurant of record for the serious New York art world, El Internacional seemed wild and fun, and a good place in which to behave badly."

Miralda: El Internacional (1984–1986)

Miralda: El Internacional (1984–1986)

Dilecta/FoodCultura
Pbk, 9.5 x 13 in. / 272 pgs / 470 color / 190 b&w.





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