Restaurants in Spain

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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

With its urban-chic décor and classic Catalan dishes such as a salad of tuna belly with Montserrat tomatoes. Read More

The museum holds a modest restaurant, decorated with old black iron hydraulic olive presses and several scales. Read More

It may not look like much, but Cisne Azul, steps from Plaza de Chueca, is a mecca for all sorts of exotic mushrooms (to eat, that is). Despite the divey... Read More

Grabbing a quick bite between flights doesn’t have to mean eating unhealthily. These cafés offer fresh-made salads, sandwiches, and juices,... Read More

Often named among the best seafood restaurant in Spain, O’Pazo is owned by Evaristo Garcia, who also runs Pescaderías Coruñesas, a... Read More

Located beside the art gallery Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Paradís serves Mediterranean seafood dishes and hosts themed culinary workshops about... Read More

This is probably the best pastry shop in town. The owner, Christian Escribà, is highly esteemed baker in Barcelona, and his level of care shows... Read More

This is Mey Hofmann’s home and easily one of the best places for croissants in town—in fact, it’s the best one, if you ask me. Hofmann is a cake master... Read More

The boho café near El Born is so green that even the beer is organic. The earthy spelt bread dunks superbly into the saucy meatballs enriched... Read More

Pepito is my favorite on this list of newcomers because I’m a sandwich lover. The name refers to a sandwich made with a chunk of tender steak served... Read More

Located inside in a former bank building, this vast, multi-space, all-day restaurant serves a global menu that includes burgers, pizzas, risottos, steak... Read More

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