On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Jonah Miller and Nate Adler grew up on NYC’s Upper West Side. They shared a food life filled with Zabar’s and downtown dim sum, but who would have thought, that a bar mitzvah and the Asturian region of of Spain, would lead them to their own pintxos place in the East Village. Huertas, which literally means “orchards” or “small gardens”, reflects the landscape of Spain’s Northern coast, food pairing with an ever-growing of true Spanish ciders. Stop by for some passed bites in the front room, or stay for the dinner party like tasting menu in the back, but either way, this multifunctional restaurant thrives on it’s youthful enthusiasm for service, slow roasted chicken, and tortilla espanola. This program was brought to you The International Culinary Center.