Restaurants in Spain

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This is tapas for grown-ups who like to sit down—if they can get a seat (reservations are a must). A huge bar takes up much of the main dining... Read More

This starkly handsome gray-stone–and–dark-wood shrine to raw fish is locted in the plush Hotel Wellington. Kabuki Wellington’s chef... Read More

Chef Nacho Romero, originally from Valencia, has worked in top kitchens throughout Spain and Switzerland. In this stylish, modern space, he shines with... Read More

20 kinds of Mediterranean sea creatures—from humble sardines to live langoustines—glisten on ice, awaiting a gentle bath in hot olive oil or... Read More

Don’t miss chefs Montse Moreno and Xavi Manero’s 14-person get-togethers. Best dish: Iberian pork confit. Read More

Try the ethereal lacy fritura of baby squid. Read More

Part industrial-looking art gallery, part cooperatively run, vegetarian-friendly café (try the house-made spinach ravioli), La Báscula has... Read More

Located on a quiet side street just north of the Teatro Real (Royal Theatre), this family-owned tavern is renowned for its signature cocido madrile... Read More

Located in the basement of the Hotel Miguel Angel, La Broche opened in 2000 under star chef Sergi Arola (a disciple of Ferran Adrià). Arola has... Read More

Gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp) has been a specialty at the tiled taberna for some 100 years. Read More

Savor the decadent canapé of whipped blue cheese and cured-duck ham at La Castela, which still generously honors the ritual of serving a free... Read More

A 70-year-old pintxos bar specializing in Jabugo ham. Light meal for two $36. Read More

The perfect Sunday lunch means a seat at the counter and a plate of La Clara’s canelons de la casa (house cannelloni). Read More

A classic bodega in every sense of the word, La Cova Fumada is a small, unassuming, family-run eatery serving authentic Spanish cuisine. The restaurant... Read More

Join the businessmen and fishermen for lunch or an apertivo at this wonderfully airy spot known for its tortillas (Spanish-style omelets) and montaditos... Read More

A weathered 1940’s zinc bar with beautiful azulejos of orange groves on the walls. And to eat, freshly baked Antequera rolls stuffed with salt... Read More

If it’s a night when you feel like dancing, this is the place to come for dinner. It’s noisy, funny and crowded (not recommended for romantic dates),... Read More

The perfect place to take an evening meal after strolling around El Born—Barcelona's “hipster” neighborhood, with the city’s most modern shopping and... Read More

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