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Aldea is a restaurant created with intention: upon first entrance, itâ€™s obvious that the place is something special. The atmosphere achieves that rare feeling of being at once both upscale and comfortable, which is indicative of the food, tooâ€”not that Aldea is necessarily serving comfort food. The lunch menu ranges from an affordable ham sandwich (with piquillo peppers) to a pricier dish of scallops, and the dinner menu is only slightly more elevated. Their sea urchin toast is a signature, and is pretty much unanimously loved. But, though this is a pretty affordable place for a Flatiron restaurant, the feel is not totally relaxed: this is a Michelin-rated restaurant, run by a high-class chef. Casual diners beware, and walk-ins are mostly not welcome (or possible).