Restaurants in Spain

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Located in Gracia, a beautiful neighborhood just 10 minutes from the city center, this is a very cool place to have a coffee after a nice lunch. Don’t... Read More

This tiny nook is simply the best place to have coffee in Barcelona. They supply coffee to a lot of bars in Barcelona, and now have their own bar, which... Read More

Pied piper Pep Manubens has been pulling off culinary magic in this slender slot of a restaurant for the last quarter century. The formula is simple:... Read More

Created by the Camper shoe company which also opened the Casa Camper hotel next door on Elisabets Street in north El Raval, FoodBALL is a unique two... Read More

This bar only carries natural wines. The service can be slow—really slow—and the food is not excellent (too salty) but those wines make up for it all.... Read More

This restaurant opened its doors in 1786—the first restaurant in Catalonia—and 228 years later, it’s still serving great Catalan food with the same... Read More

With tables at the edge of the beach and views out into the Mediterranean, this popular, family-run seafood and rice specialist dating from the late... Read More

Can Ros is another great example of a great fork breakfast to be found in the Gracia neighborhood. The menu features perfect sandwiches, rich entrée... Read More

I love this quiet and cozy place, whose walls are made from weathered old bricks that give you the feeling of visiting someone’s home. The menu is huge,... Read More

This Barcelona institution has just a handful of tables and a single long counter. Take a seat at the vintage bar, and try such delicacies as... Read More

Like so many other notable modern-day chefs, Abellan started out in the kitchen of El Bulli—and has since built his own culinary empire. The first piece... Read More

Gaig is the most respected chef in Catalonia when it comes to traditional Catalan cuisine. His macarrons (macaroni), cap i pota (a dish incorporating... Read More

The most important woman in Catalan cuisine, Ruscalleda is also the female chef with the most Michelin stars in the world. Carme first changed the male... Read More

Order the saucy albóndigas with a glass of vermú de (vermouth on tap) slid across the antique onyx counter at Casa Alberto, in a building... Read More

The taberna stocks the latest emerging vintages (try wines from the Madrid region). Read More

In 1974, restaurateur Lucio Blásquez opened this eponymous two-story restaurant specializing in Castilian cuisine prepared in a coal-fired oven,... Read More

Casa Mariol only serves its own brand of cava, but don't be put off by the limited selection—it’s quite good. Servers speak English, and are happy to... Read More

An old-fashioned sweet shop established in 1842, Casa Mira is renowned for its homemade turrón, a traditional Christmas nougat made with almonds,... Read More

Here, concealed within an old grocery store, is an eating nook so festooned with comestibles one feels trapped inside a gaudy Andalusian Baroque altar.... Read More

In a sleepy hamlet 35 miles west of Alicante, the chef at Paco Gandía layers rice in a pan the size of a bicycle tire, along with rabbit,... Read More

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