“Only two months up and running, CafÃ© Barcel, in Nyack, seems to have established a sweet compact with locals,” writes Alice Gabriel in the NY Times. She offers high praise for the restaurant’s buÃ±uelos and the rest of the restaurant’s Latin fusion fare.
SOME of us have sworn off all things glazed and jelly-filled, but if you call a doughnut a buÃ±uelo, as they do at CafÃ© Barcel, and make a plump, cinnamon-laced confection that belongs in the deep-fried hall of fame, well, you will probably cause more than a few former doughnut addicts to fall off the wagon.
Kudos to the Times for reminding metro area readers that Nyack is a fine dining destination. But don’t depend on them for directions — the CafÃ© Barcel review is listed in a section called “Westchester Dining | Nyack.” Maybe Nyack should begin to brand itself “The Hudson Village on the Left Bank” just so there isn’t any future confusion.
Source: NYT 2/6/2010