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Hours of Operation
Mon -Thur.12noon-11pm- 11pm
Fri 12pm -12 am Sat - Sun Brunch & Dinner 10am - 12pm
• Not Required
Reservations suggested friday & saturday. Brunch reservations for 6 or more.
This restaurant's average entree cost is Moderate
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Luzia’s Restaurant serves a Cuisine from Portugal & Spain A jewel on the Upper West Side, hidden amongst the many average "pasta places" in the neighborhood. Upon entering, the modest space greets patrons with a handcrafted bar, laid beneath a faux terracotta roof. To the left is the dining room, under a brick archway. The Chef has created a menu rich in tradition and style, while allowing guests to experience individual tastes and aromas his dishes bare. Grilled Portuguese Sardines - served over salad with roast potatoes and vegetables, and the Special Portuguese Fish Stew - with striped bass or red snapper, clams mussels and shrimp in a light tomato broth are two wonderful selections. Tapas from all parts of Spain (70) are introduced to patrons as well, and folks are welcome to try them "al fresco" in the warmer summer months. When you taste the unusual home-cooked style dishes at this inexpensive and cozy spot, you will swear you have been transported to Portugal. Perfect for a first date or a family get-together, this Luzia’s features a very friendly staff. There are plenty of beef, poultry and seafood entrees, as well as a wine list that includes Portuguese choices. The space is small and they only take reservations for large parties, so there could be a wait. Plan ahead - it’s worth it.
Luzia's Restaurant and Tapas Bar offers live music Flamenco Show every Wednesday night,with the Cintron Brothers and Mondays a Jazz-Rock show with guitar, piano and trumpeter.
Free house tapas during happy hour from 4pm - 7pm! Or if you prefer an "extra drink", also offer 2 for 1 drinks during Happy Hour.
Best Known For...
Brunch & Classic dishes from Portugal & Spain around for 15 years.