Join us for Friday lunch and weekend brunch, 11:30am-3:00pm! Walk-ins welcome.
On October 12, Rodolfo Guzmán of the acclaimed Chilean restaurant Boragó, will join chef Ignacio Mattos for a collaborative dinner at estela.
The evening will celebrate the release of Guzmán's book, Boragó: Coming from the South, with a few dishes inspired by Chile's diverse history and geography. Make a reservationhereor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
47 East Houston Street, New York, NY 10012 (212) 219-7693
In 2013, Thomas Carter and Ignacio Mattos took over the intimate space that once housed the Knitting Factory music venue and turned it into estela. Set above Houston Street, the lively restaurant serves a New-American menu, cooked with a personal approach that incorporates the many diverse experiences and cultures of New York City. There is a deep wine list, as well as a bar serving cocktails late into every evening.
Thomas Carter, Co-Owner and Director of Beverage and Service Before opening Estela, Thomas was beverage director at the award-winning Blue Hill at Stone Barns for six years. He previously worked in wine service for Alain Ducasse at the Essex House, and as a cook at New York restaurants including Le Bernardin, Mercer Kitchen and Union Pacific. He has degrees from Columbia College Chicago and the Culinary Institute of America. Thomas and Ig found each other through a truffle guy.
Ignacio Mattos, Co-Owner and Chef Born in Uruguay and mentored by South American grilling master Francis Mallman as well as Slow Food legend Alice Waters at Chez Panisse, Ignacio has earned critical acclaim for his signature style of bold seasonal food. Bon Appetit named him a 2012 tastemaker. The same year, his work at Isa in Williamsburg yielded a James Beard Award nomination for Best New Restaurant of the Year. He was also the chef at New York’s beloved Il Buco.
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