29 "Spanish" Restaurants in New York.
Maracuja is a bar in Williamsburg with daily Happy Hour and a hidden back patio.
Ernesto’s is a Basque-inspired restaurant on the Lower East Side where you’re going to want to hang out for a while.
Spain is a bar and restaurant in the West Village where 80-year-old Spanish bartenders in red jackets serve you free tapas as long as you buy drinks.
Babs is a nice restaurant in Greenwich Village that serves excellent Basque food, but it’s not perfect for everyone.
The Ten Bells is a natural wine bar on the Lower East Side that serves some good small plates and $1 Happy Hour oysters every day.
Mercado Little Spain is a big Spanish food hall in Hudson Yards. It has a bunch of tapas kiosks, bars, and restaurants.
Mar serves very good seafood-focused Spanish dishes inside Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards.
Leña is a sit-down Spanish spot that focuses on dishes cooked over an open fire. It's inside Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards.
Gato, Bobby Flay’s Mediterranean spot in Noho, isn’t quite as good as it was when it opened, but it’s still a useful option in certain situations.
Socarrat Paella Bar is a Spanish restaurant in Midtown East that works for a group dinner.
Sevilla is a Spanish tapas place in Greenwich Village where you’ll see servers in tuxedos carrying around pots of seafood to big groups.
Lamano is a Spanish tapas place in the West Village that’s the size of a studio apartment.