New York, this breathtaking, never-sleeping city, with endless options for things to do or see, is a place everybody should visit at least once in their lifetime. No matter when or who you visit it with, you just can not get enough of this city and yet there are always new experiences to try. From history, culture, and art, to food, you will be thrilled with New York. Talking about food, in New York, you can try some of the best Spanish restaurants. Located only 13 minutes away from New York, SoHo is home to some great Spanish restaurants that everybody should try. Let’s experience some amazing food as we check out the top Spanish restaurants in and around SoHo!
1. Boqueria Tapas Bar
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Boqueria Tapas Bar is a Latin American restaurant that offers amazing Spanish food. With a rich Spanish cuisine, here you have the chance to try some Spanish classic such as boquerones, olives, squids, tortillas, Spanish beer as well as seasonal dishes. Its most popular dishes are patatas bravas, croquetas cremosas, and pan con tomate. This restaurant has its happy hours between 3 to 7 pm, from Monday to Friday. But keep in mind that you should make a reservation in advance. No parking space is available.
Boqueria Tapas Bar
Address: 171 Spring St, New York, NY 10012, United States
Website: Boqueria Tapas Bar
Opening hours: Sun: 11am - 10:30pm; Fri - Sat: 11am - 11:30pm; Mon - Thu: 11:30am - 10:30pm
Cocotte is another Spanish restaurant that is a great option to spend time with your friends, family or even for an intimate date. This is a small, intimate and cosy restaurant hidden in the underground in SoHo. It offers amazing Spanish and even French plates that are Basque-inspired and here you can try some great brunches and wines too. While trying this restaurant, we suggest that you do not forget to try its best selling dishes, including stuffed mushrooms, chorizo, champignons, boeuf, etc.
Address: 110 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012, United States
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 11am - 12am; Mon - Fri: 4pm - 12am
Despana is another chic Spanish restaurant included in our suggestions. This restaurant is perfect for some Spanish eats like Serrano ham, chorizo, tapas and other delicious sandwiches with melted cheese. You can choose between Spanish and Mediterranean cuisines and there are vegetarian dishes on the menu too. Its most famous dishes are bocadillos (iconic Spanish sandwiches) and chorizo. You can even eat some samples of chorizo while you wait for your turn. Just remember there is no parking space available.
Address: 408 Broome St, New York, NY 10013, United States
Opening hours: Fri: 10am - 9pm; Sat: 11am - 9pm; Mon - Thu: 10am - 7pm; Sun: 11am - 6pm
4. Kana Tapas Bar
Kanas Tapas Bar is only 7 minutes away by car from SoHo. This is a tapas bar, offering delicious, traditional Spanish food, with exceptional Latin rock soundtrack as a backdrop. It makes you feel like you are somewhere in Spain. Their most popular dishes are prosciutto with Manchego cheese, Spanish sausage sautéed w/sherry wine and Spanish meatballs. Remember to try these dishes when there. Also, the drinks there are great and what people like the most from their menu are sangria and mojito drinks. The decoration is very nice too. The ambience is dominated by brick walls and dim lighting. And every weekend there is a party, and this gives you the chance to experience some Latin or Spanish Rock, Latin pop, Salsa, Merengue, Bachata and much more.
Kana Tapas Bar
Address: 324 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, United States
Website: Kana Tapas Bar
Opening hours: Tue - Thu & Sun: 6pm - 12am; Fri - Sat: 6pm - 4am (closed on Mon)
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In this restaurant you will find Spanish or Latin food, but not in their traditional way. The chef uses Spanish techniques and flavours but also uses trends of New York dining way. This means there will not be moles or tacos on their menu, but some amazing twist, prepared in a modern way, inspired by New York. Also, this is a relatively small restaurant, with 45 seats, but with wooden decor and communal tables that are guaranteed to make you feel like you are dining at home. This restaurant is a good choice for a relaxing, yet engaging in a very exciting evening with your family and friends.
Address: 58 Macdougal St, New York City, NY 10012-2930
Spanish food tastes heavenly
Spanish food has millions of lovers from all over the world. These restaurants in SoHo, New York, suggested by us, are the perfect place to experience some Spanish culture and enjoy extraordinary food that will make you want to get back there again. You have to try them to believe!
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