I Sing, You Sing, We All Sing for Sisig in Alphabet City
Tonight starts off with dinner at Mama Fina’s. Specializing in a Filipino dish called sisig (typically made with parts of a pig’s head and liver, as well as calamansi and other seasonings), this restaurant nods as much to its Philippine roots in its food as it does its vibe. With authentic cultural wall art, and tile floors, the rustic ambiance at Mama Fina’s certainly elevates the experience while exploring its bold menu. And yes, you need to try to their Sizzling Sisig options.
After dinner, continue on with a cocktail at Good Night Sonny. The food menu too boasts a few permanent standouts. We recommend the steak tartare, roast beef sandwich, and oysters, which are $1 during happy hour. Brought to you by the same team over at The Wayland, Good Night Sonny boasts photographs of old New York lining the walls, mood-setting dim light, exposed brick, and, of course, inventive cocktails with depth that rotate with the seasons.
167 Avenue A, Manhattan
134 1st Avenue, Manhattan