Restaurants in Spain

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With only four tables, calling ahead is necessary for this bright tapas bar. Located near the Metro Sant Antoni stop, this spot specializes in... Read More

A manairó is defined in Catalan as a Pyrenean elf who might secretly complete a cobbler’s work overnight—and owner-chef Jordi Herrera... Read More

The critics can't stop raving about this new eatery in the up-and-coming Poble Sec neighborhood of Barcelona. There was a time not too long ago when all... Read More

Manolete is a tapas place—nothing more, nothing less—and an excellent example of traditional cuisine in Barcelona. Their menu highlights classic... Read More

This pleasant brasserie also serves very good cocktails—so it’s a great choice if you want to have both dinner and drinks at the same spot. The... Read More

It's easy to see why Barcelonians choose Martinez for their romantic dates and special occasions. The food is good, but it's really all about the... Read More

The quiet dining room in L’Eixample experiments with a cuisine at the intersection of Vietnam, New Orleans, and Catalonia. The result: lamb... Read More

This waterfront classic has managed to remain strong through difficult times and is guaranteed to serve you good food at a very affordable price. El... Read More

The best thing about this place is not the coffee (in fact, the coffee isn't very good) but the bar, founded in 1909, which is so atmospheric that you’d... Read More

The lunch spot has a real Valencian making the paella. Read More

Enter the converted 19th century mill (molino is Spanish for mill) through a tunnel, and order from a menu of Castilian dishes cooked in a wood-burning... Read More

The Mandarin Oriental in Barcelona has always been a good place to eat. They have a couple of great restaurants and one of these is Moments, which... Read More

Overlooking the marina in Port Vell, Mondo is an upscale seafood restaurant by day and a laid-back dance club by night. Located on the top floor of the... Read More

Computer screens light up with the 3,500-label wine list at Monvínic, a wine bar and restaurant featuring communcal tables and an unfinished oak... Read More

This is, quite simply, the largest and most ambitious wine bar in the city, in Spain, and possibly in all of Europe. They serve thousands of wines—just... Read More

The ever-creative Roca brothers have made the Zen-like restaurant in the Hotel Omm a local favorite for haute Catalan cuisine (think, slow-cooked baby... Read More

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