Albariño is the Galician name for the wine grape grown in Galicia, in northwest Spain, where it is used to make varietal white wines. It is believed to have been brought to Spain by Cluny monks in the twelfth century. Its name “Alba-Riño” means white wine from the Rhine and it has locally been assumed to be a Riesling clone, originating from the Alsace region of France.
At the core of Terra Momo’s culinary philosophy is a deep appreciation for a “taste of place.” We believe that food should speak eloquently of its provenance - its soil, its climate and the people who nurture it. True to our motto, Eat Locally, Drink Globally, Albariño Restaurant will feature Spanish-inspired dishes, using the best ingredients New Jersey, and the mid-Atlantic region, have to offer.
Enjoy the fresh eats and unique drinks in Albarino’s new expansion. This includes the “Cava Room” a semi-private room that’s great for rehearsal dinners, meetings, and private get togethers!