Restaurants in Spain

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This is the home of Nando Jubany, one of the brightest stars in a new generation of Catalan chefs. Jubany recently opened a restaurant in Singapore... Read More

I love this chiringuito set in La Barceloneta—a fishermen’s neighborhood that’s especially stunning in autumn or spring (the sunset is really something... Read More

There are lots of brunch spots in Barcelona these days, but none is more popular than Picnic. Maybe it's the size of the mouthwatering chipotle and... Read More

Offers some two dozen sparkling wines by the glass-just right with the fines de claire oysters from bivalve and caviar purveyor Daniel Sorlut (#67). Read More

A Barcelona institution, Bar Pinotxo is located inside the Mercat de la Boqueria. This small tapas bar is owned and operated by Juanito Bayen. The... Read More

Elevating the concept of a food court to an astonishing level, Platea offers a quick snapshot of food and drink trends in Madrid. Set in a renovated and... Read More

The gratinéed macaroni timbale by chef Carles Gaig, of the Michelin-starred Gaig, will go a long way toward easing the pain of departure. Read More

Neither folksy nor funky nor fashionable, this brightly bourgeois bar swathed in polished wood is attached to the restaurant inside the Santiago _Bernab... Read More

The name means “dark door,” but stepping in off the sultry streets into the over-the-top baroque salon—be it for coffee or the... Read More

Though its tables and terrace are often populated by members of Madrid's monied celebrity set, the surprise here is what a great value the... Read More

The only Mexican restaurant in Spain to have a Michelin star, chef Roberto Ruiz's Punto MX has become a major food attraction in the city and frequent... Read More

There is no question that this bar is a classic, but it is also tucked inside another classic: the Boqueria market. Indeed, La Boqueria was recently... Read More

Patrons stand elbow-to-elbow at this tiny bustling tapas bar just off of Pral Lel. With walls of shelves filled with wine, this fifth generation... Read More

Quimet &Quimet opened in 1914 and has been a classic ever since. The culinary principles here are simple: only the best quality ingredients are used... Read More

With two Michelin stars and room for just 25 diners, this is a great spot for a romantic celebration. Freixa’s innovative cooking reveals his Catalan... Read More

This Philippe Starck-designed madrileño favorite serves a delicious Wagyu-beef carpaccio. Read More

A multilevel, multifunctional Philippe Starck–designed fun house—it’s really two restaurants, a basement dance club, and a throbbing... Read More

For more than 80 years, Can Ravell has been selling gourmet food products at its delicatessen and grocery. A seasonal menu brings in patrons... Read More

It might seem odd for me to include a restaurant, but the dessert menu at Abac is uniquely exceptional (the food menu is pretty great, too). I love the... Read More

Any space-age granny would be proud of the classic lunchtime arroz (rice) pushed into the stratosphere by a discreet touch of foie gras and near... Read More

This Catalan, Michelin-starred restaurant was founded by chef-owner Carles Gaig’s great grandmother, in 1896. Originally located in Horta at a... Read More

The world’s oldest operating restaurant, founded in 1725, Restaurante Botín still roasts suckling pig and lamb in the original oak-fired,... Read More

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