Restaurants in Spain

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Vaunted chef Juan Mari Arzak orders braised lamb’s feet blanketed with a glossy tomato sauce. Read More

After a day of sight-seeing, grab a drink on the patio at this tapas bar in the shadow of the Santa Maria del Mar church. Noted for its chef Isma... Read More

The wine menu of this bar is remarkable and—again—the prices are reasonable, but the real secret is its location: it's in the heart of El Born, the... Read More

Designed by Christian Liaigre, the Lágrimas Negras restaurant is furnished with muted dark-wood furniture, slatted blinds, and low-hung lights... Read More

Hardly a week goes by without a new restaurant opening in the über-hip Sant Antoni neighborhood, which is quickly turning into Barcelona's new gastro... Read More

Imagine an old neighborhood joint updated in white Corian for the hipster generation and you’ve got Las Olas. The standout seafood tapas are... Read More

This gem in the arsenal of every businessman and artist in town is nevertheless missed by many tourists. Inside the modern, uncluttered Scandinavian... Read More

Managed by acclaimed chef Martín Berasategui, this Michelin two-starred restaurant is located in the Hotel Condes de Barcelona, which comprises... Read More

Known more for its wine selection than its Mediterranean menu, this lunch-only bistro is located on the mezzanine of a Salamanca wine shop that stocks... Read More

Lhardy is a grand 19th-century museum piece famous for its burnished interiors and cocido (boiled dinner). To start, a smoky beef consommé,... Read More

You really can't go wrong with Llamber. Great food, delicious cocktails, elegant decor and excellent service have made it one of Barcelona's most... Read More

Rub elbows with art-world insiders in an interior designed by Pascua Ortega. Try the tuna tartare with chive-flecked guacamole. Read More

Situated in Barcelona's new gastro district of Sant Antoni, Lolita Taperia is owned by a former colleague of the city's most renowned chefs, brothers... Read More

My favorite bar in Barcelona (and I love bars), the London Bar first opened its doors in El Raval in 1910. Over the years, it served as a hangout for... Read More

This restaurant with a wine store inside has become a trendy spot that functions extremely well in a crowded part of town. It has a cozy ambience ... Read More

This no-frills taberna in the Chamberí district is the unofficial clubhouse for the capital’s food and art crowds, and chef, journalist,... Read More

My favorites at this classic restaurant, which never disappoint, are the salmon and monkfish carpaccio and the escalivada (a cold dish of roasted... Read More

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