When Leña Latin Grill opened up in June (on 35th btw. 5+6th), we pegged it as a “Latin Chipotle” (yes, South American would have made more sense) and comments were mixed. Since then I’ve stopped in several times and to be honest… I keep going back for more. See why after the jump.
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$5 Off When You Spend $10 at Leña Latin Grill: In the mood for Latin food? Google Offers has a coupon for $5 off when you spend $10 at Leña Latin Grill (35th St. btw. 5th+6th). With a deal like that, you can splurge on one of their plate lunches and get a fresh-squeezed juice.
Posted at 3:10 pm, April 22nd, 2013 | 0 Comments
50% off Lena Latin Grill: If you're a big fan of Lena Latin Grill, the Chipotle-esque spot on 35th btw. 5+6th, you should be excited for this... today's Groupon gets you $20 worth of food from Lena for just $10, bringing that $12+ skirt steak that Clay loved so much into ML's price range. You have until Midnight tonight to make the purchase.
Posted at 1:30 pm, October 13th, 2010 | 3 Comments
Lena Latin Grill, the new South American lunch spot on 35th Street btw. 5+6th, will soon be serving Latin breakfast. Starting August 2nd from 7-10am, they’ll be offering empanadas, arepas, cafe con leche and more. Too bad they don’t serve that stuff through lunchtime! Check out the menu after the jump.
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Posted at 1:15 pm, June 18th, 2010 | 5 Comments
Last month, I pondered what Leña Grill would be bringing to 35th btw. 5+6th. I feared that ‘Grill’ seemed a little too fancy and thus out of the ML price range, but thankfully that doesn’t seem to be the case. I passed by this morning and asked the folks working on the space a bit about the place. Unlike previous attempts that were greeted with “I think it’s going to be a restaurant,” I got some more info.
Details and a shot of the menu after the jump.
I’ve watched over the last couple of weeks as signs of life have glimmered in the long vacant space on 35th btw. 5+6th that used to house Rainbow Deli and Chinese food. What’s coming has been a mystery, that is until yesterday when this sign went up. Grill sounds kind of fancy, right? Grill means over $10, right? I hope not.
Looking at the construction inside, it could go either way, but doesn’t give too many more clues. When I peeked in, I asked one of the workers about an opening day. He wouldn’t commit to anything, but thought it might be in about two weeks.
If you’re into trying to divine that sort of thing from a construction site, we’ve got an inside the plywood shot after the jump.