Restaurants in Spain

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Everything at this Boquería Market stall is exalted, especially the llanqueta, tiny fried fish served with eggs. Read More

Take a high-speed catamaran or the slower vaporcito across the bay to lively Puerto de Santa María for peel-and-eat shellfish and pescado frito.... Read More

Family-run spot popular with locals for its classic half-sandwich of grilled sardines topped with guindillo pepper ($2). The tart Bodegas Solagüen... Read More

This traditional fish restaurant is just a ten-minute walk from the city center. There is no "taint" of modernity here, just classic, old-school dishes... Read More

Among the old fishermen’s houses of Barceloneta, this sepia-toned cervecería is full of local sea dogs and other salty types who come for... Read More

Tucked away on a narrow street in the Lavapiés neighborhood, this tiny restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine inspired by the Spanish coast and... Read More

Since 1929, this El Born district bar has been serving tapas such as patatas bravas, fresh anchovies in vinegar, and butifarra, a Catalan sausage. ... Read More

Sherries drawn straight from barrels are accompanied by Andalusian olives and nuts roasted in a wood-burning oven. Read More

Order the terrific $17 lunch (a glass of vino included), where the velvety melon gazpacho followed by arroz negro studded with cuttlefish or a perfect... Read More

This is simply the best restaurant in Barcelona when it comes to fish. The place itself is stunning, especially in spring when you can sip a great glass... Read More

I love this place. The décor makes you feel like you’re having a drink in someone's Catalan home.  The whole place has an old-school flavor; the... Read More

Order the almond gazpacho and fabulous minted lamb meatballs at Enrique Becerra, whose owner researches old Moorish recipes. Read More

Pastry pioneer Jordi Butrón keeps his cool gray, 30-seat, minimalist atelier packed with fans of his all-dessert three- and five-course tasting... Read More

This molecular-gastronomy restaurant is pretty inimitable. Since 2000, Espai Sucre has served only sweet dishes: they call themselves “the only dessert... Read More

Located inside the stylish Hotel Urban, the 45-seat dining room at Europa Decó combines Art Deco—style design (including a gilt chimney)... Read More

Located 345 feet above ground, this Michelin one-starred restaurant is housed in a large glass dome atop the Hesperia Tower hotel, just five minutes... Read More

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