Paella @ Sevilla (West Village)


Formally an Irish pub in the 20’s/30’s, has basically been a West Village institution since 1941. Which basically means that after 8 years of living in New York, I’m late to the paella party. (More on that below)

I will spare you all the fabulous details about how incredible the service was and how the manager was extremely welcoming and friendly, (all true) and I’ll just cut straight to the nitty gritty……This visit to Sevilla was all about the paella, which is probably some of the best I’ve had in NYC to date.

With its ample portions of flavorful, well-seasoned and perfectly cooked rice,  along with any mix of tender mussels, clams, shrimp, hearty chicken, and vegetables, if you try nothing else at Sevilla, you must try the Paella à la Valenciana.

As if my visit couldn’t get any better, I ordered a pitcher of red sangria, which was also amazing (Not too sweet, tart, strong).  I left Savilla with a nice buzz, a full stomach, a bag of leftover Paella (finished it three hours later) and the thought that I would be back ASAP!

Notable Menu Options: 

The Menu is seafood based. Try the Broiled Swordfish (Espada) or the Red Snapper, roasted with shrimp, green peppers, and onions,  or some Mussels (Mejillones) Ajillo with Garlic Sauce


Groups,  younger and trendier crowd on weekends


approximately $150 for two people

Sevilla has no-reservations policy, so get there early or be prepared to wait

Recommended Dish
Paella à la Valenciana

Sevilla Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Ash Renee

Ash Renee, is an NYC Real Estate/Business Lawyer, Consultant, and Blogger. A New York transplant for the last 10 years, Ash loves exploring the NYC restaurants, fashion, and the black professional social scene. Ash was born and raised in Chicago.

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