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Spanish Restaurants and Tapas Bars
 
 
Spanish Restaurants and Tapas Bars in New York City
     
   

Tapas -Spanish dishes often referred to as little appetizers- are making a big statement in the New York dining world. Similar to a chef's tasting table, tapas gives the diner an excellent opportunity to sample many delicacies without becoming overwhelmed or over-filled. Oftentimes customers order three or four plates to share amongst the table or to devour by themselves. Hot or cold, vegetable or seafood (scallops and even squid), these unique dishes warm you up for the platos principales (main course) or act as the entree by filling you up. But don't let their small size fool you -before you know it, you'll have gobbled down as many as four dishes, leaving you feeling comfortably full.

The history behind tapas is as unique as the dishes themselves. The concept is believed to have originated more than a century ago in Andalucia, Spain, also known as the birthplace of sherry. It is said that bartenders placed a slice of bread atop their customer's glasses in order to prevent fruit flies from drowning in their drinks. It soon became customary to spice up the bread with a bit of ham or a slice of cheese, creating an enticing snack that kept diners coming back for more. And so tapas, from the Spanish word tapa, meaning cover or lid, was born.

Nowadays, tapas are a bit more than ham and cheese; they are complete meals offering tastes reminiscent of Barcelona, Catalonia and Portugal. Alongside the tapas, don't forget to try out the sangria. Served in most tapas bars, this red wine and fruit concoction acts as a wonderful accompaniment to the tapas and helps bring that added flavor of Spain to your taste buds. Local restaurants and bars are pretty casual, so you can wine and dine in khakis or jeans.

 
   

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Top 5 Spanish Restaurants in New York  
Kaña Tables outside, great food, great service, dancing at night, fun.
Ñ Live Flamenco on Wednesdays, good for couples, a night to talk, relax, eat, conversation. Only has two tables.
Pipa Tables outside, excellent food, great service, best decor.
New York Spanish Restaurants  
1492
60 Clinton Street, New York 
(646) 654-1114
Decor: Romantic and candle lit with thick wood furniture, very comfortable ambience. Smoking is allowed. There is also an outdoor patio. Food: Generous portions of delicious tapas. Try the tuna empanadas, grilled vegetables, dates with bacon and almonds and the ham or mushroom croquettes and the profiteroles for dessert. Excellent service. Prices: $7-10 for tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Azafran
77 Warrren Street, New York
(212) 284-0577
 
Decor: Modern atmosphere with pictures of flamenco dancers, cold feeling. Food: Not flavorful enough. I tried the alcachofas, berenjenas, rollitos de carne, gambas al ajillo, tortilla espanola, pinchos monunos de pollo, and albondigas en salsa de tomate, but none were delicious or satisfying. An overall disappointment, especially after the article in Time Out New York magazine. Prices: $7-17 for very small, overpriced tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Bolo
23 East 22 Street, New York
(212) 228-2200
Decor: Modern with primary colors, casual dressy. Food: No tapas. A Spanish "inspired" menu with ingredients like cheese, codfish, and saffron with olive oil. Spicier than traditional Spanish cuisine. (This is Bobby Flay's restaurant). Not authentically espanol ,but go for the dessert definitely. Try the chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream and blueberry sauce.  Prices: $29-34/ entree Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Cafe el Espanol
57-71 College Pt. Blvd. Flushing N Y
(718) 353-5263
Under construction
Cafe Andalucia
533 9th Avenue, New York
(212) 736-9411
Under construction
Cafe Espanol 
172 Bleecker Street, New York 
(212) 505-0657
Decor: Located in the heart of the village; this Spanish restaurant has excellent food, fair prices, is open late, has tables outside, and sometimes has mariachis. Food: Try the sampling platter of the tapas. Eat a lot and roll out. Prices: $16-$25 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Cafe Riazor 
245 West 16th Street, New York 
(212) 727-2132 
Decor: Music and TV aren't so great, and the décor is old, but the people are happy, warm, and talk to you like family. Food: The food is fresh, the tortilla espanola is out of sight, and the tapas are in unique sauces. American Express only. Prices: $18-$30 and $6-9 for tapa Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Casa Mono
52 Irving Pl. Street, New York
(212) 253-2773
Decor: A tiny Spanish restaurant where you can watch as the chef prepares the delicious fresh tapas right at the  wooden bar/counter. You may have to wait for a table. Food: Owner Mario Bataglia  from the Food Network on TV can make Spanish food as well as he makes Italian food. Everything is small, but delicious. Try the bacalao croquetas, sweetbreads with fennel, wild boar, pulpo, it's all superb! Prices: $8-14/tapa Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Centro Espanol
239 West 14th Street, New York
(212) 243-9308 
Decor: Like a secret club for Spaniards, but all are welcome. The restaurant is very authentic right down to the old men playing dominoes and wearing hats. Food: Huge portions of delicious food. Very family-like. Cheap! Prices: $10-$20 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Costa del Sol
369 West 50th Street,  New York
(212) 541-8382
Decor: Diner-like, clean, plain. Large enough for a party. Food: The owner (Antonio) is a real character  from Galicia. The empanada gallega is authentic (order in advance). The tapas are large portions. The seafood and sauces are fresh and delicious. Try the tortilla, mussels, shrimp, chorizo, and flan. Prices: $6-10 for tapa but there is a parking voucher also. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Don Luca
221 Smith Street Brooklyn, New York
(718) 222-8723
Decor: Comfortable, new, and friendly with a patio for dining out back. Food: Try the scrumptious tortilla espanola, vieiras al ajillo, langostinos a la plancha, papas bravas con chorizo, setas a la vinagreta. The empanadas are ok.  The sangria is always fun.  Prices: $5-8 for tapa. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
El Charro Espanol 
4 Charles Street, New York 
(212) 243-5413
Decor: Small Spanish spot, with low ceilings and ancient red banquettes, its walls appointed with spread costume fans, painted plates and wine bottles. Food: broiled Spanish-style sausages, octopus with olive oil and hot paprika, gazpacho, saffron paella, and veal with almond sauce. A pitcher of sangria is just the thing to wash it all down. Prices: $16-$25 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
El Faro 
823 Greenwich St. New York 
(212) 929-8210
Decor: Small, romantic, cozy, old fashioned. There is a bar in the front and a restaurant in the back. One of the oldest and best known Spanish restaurants in New York. Food: Known for  the paella, but it didn't thrill me. Service has much to be desired. Prices: $16-$30 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
El Pote Espanol
718 Second Avenue,  New York 
(212) 889-6680
Decor: Small, old fashioned, adequate wood decoration with a tiny bar.
Food: Average sized tapas, nothing special. Try the chorizo, camarones, snail, and artichoke, and the desserts on the cart.  For dinner, the lamb for two is juicy, but a small portion. The mariscada con salsa verde is delicious, with fresh lobster.
Prices: $8-11 for tapa (A bit expensive for the quality).
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Flor de Sol
361 Greenwich St. New York
(212) 334-6411
Decor: Beautiful and romantic from the music and candles to the sunflower theme on burnt orange walls. One of the largest Spanish restaurants in the city. Food: small portions, mediocre food, (avoid the empanadas- they look like tiny frozen eggrolls). Prices: Over-priced for the quality. $8-$12 for tapas. $17 for entrees. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Gitana 
249 Columbus Avenue, New York
(212) 579-9929
Decor: Warm and comfortable with a small bar that allows smoking
Food: Everything on the menu is delicious. Try the empanadas, chorizo, cheese plates, and asparagus. The desserts, food preparation, and service are excellent.
Prices: $5-$9  for tapas. 
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Helena's 
432 Lafayette Street, New York
(212) 677-5151
Decor: funky, artsy, huge restaurant with an outdoor patio. Service needs improvement, but the place attracts lots of young Manhattanites. Downstairs is a lively bar and seating area, and upstairs is more sedate. The service is not efficient and unprofessional. Food: The food is not spectacular, but the place is fun . There are many tapas to choose from. Prices are cheap, and there is a DJ. Prices: $3.50-$9, Tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Kaña Tapas Bar
324 Spring Street, New York
(212) 343-8180
Decor: Decor: Dark brick walls and candlelit. A fun, cool bar and restaurant that is packed. There are tables outside. A good place for couples or singles. On weekend nights, after 11 PM they move the tables and everyone dances until 4 AM. Great place for a date or to meet someone. Food: is excellent. The tapas are rich, tasty, and keep you coming back. Try the empanadas. Service is friendly, fast, and professional. Prices are average. Prices: $3.50-$9, Tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
La Paella East 
214 East 9th Street, New York 
(212) 598-4321
Decor: Valencian classic, with bouquets of dried roses. Two comfortable floors, one with a nice bar. Food: Try the selection of different tapas, pinchos de cordero (small lamb skewers) Spanish omelet, and sample of Basque cheeses, served with slices of apple. Prices: $15-$20 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Malaga 
406 East 73rd Street, New York
(212) 737-7659
Decor: Smoky paintings of flamenco dancers and bullfighters, lanterns and Spanish artifacts. Food: Mixed seafood with green sauce, grilled shrimp in the shell, grilled veal with a touch of garlic and wine, and chicken with a hot garlic sauce. The specialty of the house is broiled butterflied lobster with seafood stuffing, and pitchers of sangria make everybody happy. Prices: $16-$30 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Marichu
342 East 46th Street, New York
(212) 370-1866
Under construction
Ñ 33 Crosby 
33 Crosby Street, New York 
(212) 219-8856
Decor: Tiny, intimate, romantic and cave-like. Great live flamenco on Wednesday nights and jazz CDs on other nights. Beautiful bathroom, too. Food: The food is fabulous. The chef is a real chef. I've eaten everything on the menu and each plate is better than the one before. Good selection, fast service. Try a cheap wine. Prices: $3.50-$8, Tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Oliva
161 E. Houston Street, New York 
(212) 228-4143
Decor: Small, lower east side, informal, dark. Food: horrible wine, draft bass is watery, small selection of mediocre tapas, bad quality and small plates: don't go. Prices:  AMEX only, $7-$9 per tapa Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars 
Ostia
113 7th Avenue South, New York
(212) 924-2305
Decor: Just opened, it is small, simple, and nondescript. What they need to work on here is the service. Food: Very good, crispy, juicy, fresh ingredients. Try the desgustacion de montaditos, the gambas al vino blanco, and the ensalada de cabrales. The datiles are ok. Prices: $6-$20.  Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Picasso
303 East 56th Street, New York
(212) 759-8767
Decor: Traditional, older crowd. There are linen table cloths, candles, and a bar in front. Good service. Food: Very good. Try the empanadas de carne and bacalao, the pulpo a la vinagreta,  higado al jerez, and vieiras a la gallega. For dessert there is flan and postre catalano. Prices: $8, Tapas Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Pimenton
21-50 44th Drive, Long Island City, NY
(718) 707-0442
Decor: The fireplace makes a cozy ambience in this casual restaurant with an authentic live flamenco show every Friday night at 9pm. Make a reservation to see the show, since there are only eight tables that can see. There is a second floor for parties and a bar in front. The service is incredibly slow. Food: The tapas are ok, not gourmet, but if you are in Queens, give it a try. Try the pork tenderloin with Spanish cheese and the vieiras (scallops) in a rich cream sauce. Prices: $7-$11, Tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Pipa
38 East 19th Street, New York
(212) 677-2233
Decor: When the helpful folks at Pipa sit you down in their darkly sensuous surroundings, next to the slightly brighter, inviting bar space, you know you are in for a treat. The decor is muted when quiet is called for and extravagant when subtlety would be condescension. Food: The food arrives as pleasingly presented and luxuriously textured as the multi-hued, broken-tile tables. Rich with regional tastes one expects, but rarely receives, in a high-end tapas restaurant. The aromatic piquancy of the cheese plate blends perfectly with the tang of masterfully prepared chicken liver. Sweet fruit accents enhance the sea-saltiness of skillfully prepared meat dishes. The flatbreads, bruschettas by any other name, are as good as their mixed ingredients indicate. Desserts are prepared with a delightfully restrained sweetness. Prices: The price, exactly as one would expect, is high. Design, good service, and excellent food rarely come cheap. At least you get what you pay for. Prices: $6-$12, Tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Rincon de Espana 
226 Thompson Street, New York 
(212) 260-4950
Decor: Dark, cave-like interior and strolling flamenco guitarist could almost fool you. Its charmingly shabby interior, with black velvet paintings and hanging candelabras, contributes to a cliched mystique that some devotees of Spanish food find soothing. Food: The food here is spicier than the traditional Castillian fare it aims to replicate, the paella is reputed to be good by Spaniards and Americans alike. Prices: $16-$30 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Rio Mar 
7 Ninth Avenue, New York 
(212) 243-9015
Decor: Galician authenticity. The bar is a great place to go for a pitcher of intoxicating, sangria, especially if the serenading guitarist happens to drop by. Food: The garlic and kale soup is a winning appetizer, while regional standouts include the shellfish platters and the paella, both of which are served in industrial-sized metal pots. It's nearly impossible to walk away hungry or without a bag full of leftovers. Prices: $15-$25 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Sala
344 Bowery, New York 
(212) 979-6606
Decor: Dark, rustic, Madrid-style eatery in the heart of NoHo. Food: Fruity pitchers of sangria and the tidbits of food. Plates of pinchos (small bites served by the piece, such as chorizo frito), raciones (appetizers like ham croquettes and garlic shrimp), and platos (main dishes including paella, roasted baby lamb, and skewered monkfish. In addition, there are homemade desserts and a list of well-priced Spanish wines. Prices: $9-$20 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Sala One Nine
35 West 19th Street, New York 
(212) 229-2300
Decor: Spacious yet cave-like setting with romantic lighting and a bar area in front. Food: The service is fast and effective, the food is fresh and portions are generous, yet nothing tastes spectacular. The tortilla espanola is very good, the croquetas are the largest I've seen, and the datiles are crispy and tasty. They deliver. Prices: $ 7-9 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Sevilla 
62 Charles Street, New York 
(212) 243-9513
Decor: Dark and evocative, there are huge red booths, Tiffany-style lamps, chandeliers of black lanterns and Spanish paintings on the walls. Food: Garlic soup, chicken in hot garlic sauce, seafood paella and lots of shellfish dishes pull in a mixed crowd of Asians, Brazilians and tourists looking for a slice of old New York. The sangria is said to be the best in town. Prices: $16-$30 Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Solera
216 East 53rd Street, New York 
(212) 644-1166
Under construction
Spain Restaurant and Bar
113 West 13th Street, New York
(212) 929-9590
Decor: Not beautiful, but old fashioned and simple with a huge skylight on the ceiling. Food: Fresh, but not  the best. They have a few tapas, mostly chorizo and shellfish. Portions are larger than average. They give you three or four tapas free. For dessert, ask for half spumoni, half tortoni. The service is excellent. Open until 1 am every day. Prices: average, $6-8/tapa. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Tapas Lounge 
1078 First Avenue, New York 
(212) 421-8282
Decor: Persian-like atmosphere with candles and velvet. Beautiful. Horrible service. We waited an hour and a half with a reservation! Food: This is not Spanish food. Everything tastes the same, no rich sauces or fresh food. Everything is overpriced. Prices: $ 12/ tapa Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Tasca
130 7th Avenue South, New York
(212) 620-6815
Decor: This new addition to the Village is crowded with a lively, informal scene of single women, (don't know where the single men were) people on dates, and loud club music. Come early for a window seat.
Food: Pure, strong, fresh, delicious flavors. The service was excellent, although the waitress didn't know a word of Spanish. They even give free hummus with pita bread and olives while you wait. Everything we tried was great, which included solomillo, mejillones, chorizo e higos, pulpo a la gallega, and zanahorias tapena. The croquetas were ok.
Prices: $ 10/tapa
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Txikito 
240 Ninth Ave, New York 
(212) 242-4730
Decor: Tiny space covered in wood, very basic and cramped. Food: Very tasty, but the tiniest portions I have ever had in my life. Everything is overpriced. Prices: $ 12/ tapas Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Far away Spanish Restaurants  
Casa Luis
1033 Jericho Tpke. Smithtown, NY
(631) 543-4656
Decor: An old fashioned Spanish family house with a bar, fireplace,  and lots of space for parties. Food: Mexican and Spanish food. There are tapas and dinners. Try the shrimp, paella, potatoes, chorizo, and natilla for dessert. Prices: moderate Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Farther away Spanish Restaurants  
Boston  
Dali
415 Washington Street
Somerville, Mass. (Boston)
(617) 661-3254
Decor: Romantic and lively with gold leaf walls, flowers, pig legs, pitchers, figurines, and mosaics. Food: The tapas are gourmet, among the best I've had. After eating almost all of the 40 tapas on the menu, I am sorry that it's so far away. Try the codorniz de costilla, tortilla espanola, cigalas a la plancha, queso de cabra montanes, and croquetas de pollo. Prices: between $3-7.50/tapa. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars   
Tapeo
266 Newbury Street
Boston
(617) 267-4799
Decor: Owned by the same people as Dali, but the decoration is not nearly as electric. Food: Same as Dali, but go to Dali instead since they are in the same area. Prices: $3.50-7.50. Sangria is cheaper at Dali. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars 
San Francisco  
La Bodega
1337 Grant
North Beach, CA- San Francisco
(415) 433-0439
Decor: Interior designer needed. Food: Experienced chef needed. The tapas are an embarrassment to the Spanish cuisine. They are low quality, greasy, cheap, and without flavor. Prices: Good sized portions, free flamenco show, free flan, but higher than average prices.  No red diamond at all. 
Ramblas
557 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA
(415) 565-0207
Decor: Cozy, for all ages, extra friendly service- cool tables, lighting, mural. Food: Outrageous! Delectable tapas, wine, and desserts. Ask for the fresh sardines, croquetas, piquillo, citrus flan, (empanadas could be better). Prices: Smaller portions, $7/ Tapa Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Thirsty Bear
661 Howard St.
San Francisco, CA
(415) 974-0905
Decor: Huge, beautiful, loft, modern like SOHO. 20-40 year old crowd, social, good for happy hour or to meet people. Food: Very good tapas and excellent beer. Brewery on premises. Try the tortilla espanola, goat cheese in tomato sauce, patatas al ajillo, fish cheeks, and a Kozlov black beer. Prices: Fair $7/ Tapa. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars
Washington, D.C.  
Jaleo
480 7th Street, NW
Washington, D.C.
(202) 628-7949
The only reason I would live in DC. This elegant, but fun and cool restaurant has the best tapas this side of the Atlantic. Each dish is a work of art. Buen Provecho! Prices: $4.50-$15, Tapas. Image for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas barsImage for Spanish restaurants and tapas bars

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