Restaurants in Spain

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It might seem strange, but this beautiful wine bar is located in a beer factory. That is, no doubt, part of the charm to the place, which is always... Read More

The establishment’s sole victual—a two-inch-high stack of mushrooms precariously united by a toothpick and topped with a tiny shrimp ($1.50)... Read More

the lavish five-dozen-plus-item pintxos menu requires hours of complicated assembly on the part of owner Patxi Bergara. "A pintxo should be eye-catching... Read More

At first glance, Cañete may look like an old-style dive bar, but there's nothing dated about the extensive range of delicious tapas on offer. Be sure to... Read More

Deeper into the market, Ana Gambeta, of the tourist-friendly Bar Central, hawks her baked dorada (bream), her butifarra sausage with white beans, and... Read More

Camila, the sommelier here, is one of the best in Barcelona, and many people come to this bar just to try their house wines. My favorites are the... Read More

The local clams and tiny lobster set the gold standard for fresh seafood. And the 1960’s mahogany-paneled time capsule of a dining room sets the... Read More

A tiny corridor of a place where embuchados, plates of grilled goat tripe, sizzling and crunchy, with spicy romesco sauce ($6.40) are served with... Read More

At this bar in the Chueca neighborhood, waiters bring a free tapas with each caña—a term for a glass of beer, local wine, or Spanish cider.... Read More

Everything is magnificent here: the garlicky sauté of mini-mushrooms called perretxikos; the spicy, slender chistorra sausage in puff pastry; and... Read More

At the elegant Bar Martínez one must select crab mousse molded between bright zucchini shavings into a clever "charlotte." Read More

This L'Eixample tavern is known for its Gallic seafood tapas. Situated on the crossroads of Paseo de Gracia and Diagonal, the restaurant packs in crowds... Read More

Bar Mut is one of the most popular spots in town; celebrity patrons like Woody Allen are partly to blame for that. But Bar Mut is also justifiably known... Read More

This bar is a bit removed from the usual tourist grid—it’s 15 minutes from the city center by subway— but it’s definitely worth a visit. The cod... Read More

Don’t bother braving the white-hot dinner scene at this 1933 landmark reopened in 2009 with local superstar Carles Abellán. Instead, come... Read More

The original pioneers, in terms of organic bakeries in Barcelona, have become so successful in recent years that they’re now a mini-franchise, with four... Read More

The best thing about Baribau is how it feels so casual, whether you go there for a cocktail after work, or to sit and order a full meal. Both... Read More

Located just off the Gran Via, this casual, inexpensive eatery is set on a busy corner in Chueca, the city’s gay village. The two-story dining... Read More

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