Located in Hamilton Heights, OSO brings the cuisine of Mexico City to a Harlem Kitchen.
Our fresh nixtamal tortillas, chips, and masa azul have arrived at Oso restaurant in Harlem.
Fans and residents of bustling Hamilton Heights, Matthew Trebek and Nodar Mosiashvili forged a place where both locals and visitors alike can join to relish in the perks of the neighborhood. Nestled on the top of the hill near the Hamilton Grange Memorial and the City College of New York, Oso draws inspiration from the community’s landmark architecture, bold street style, and rich cultural history.
Executive Chef Cassandra Rhoades created fare in honor of Trebek’s travels to Mexico City, particularly their fondness for street-style cuisine. Along with Sous Chef Stephen Mulkins, the pair devised a highly curated menu of south-of-the border staples for Oso — think: tamales, moles, even nopales — as well as traditional tacos.
1618 Amsterdam Ave.
At 140th Street
New York, NY 10031
Sun-Wed. 5pm–2:00am (kitchen closes at 10:30pm)
Thurs-Sat. 5pm–2:00am (kitchen closes at 11pm, limited menu after)
Brunch Sat + Sun 11am-3:30pm