N - SoHo’s once cohesive demographic of models, art gallerinas, miscellaneous Europeans, and all their hangers-on, has recently been fragmented by tourists and bridge and tunnel alike. Relatively unfazed by the cultural shake-up, Ñ (pronounced "en-ye") remains one of East SoHo’s most dependable nighttime outposts. Their small menu ranges from tapas like pan con tomate, marinated olives, and classic Spanish tortilla, to main courses like their playfully described "Bunny Loin." The cocktail menu features killer mojitos, caipirinhas and sangria, to be inhaled diverse crowds in this tiny hallway-like space. Although seating is limited, the vibe feels generally relaxed and positive. Expect lethal drinks, delicious bites, and exotic ambience without the usual SoHo pretension.