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Diners' Choice: Spanish restaurants in New York City

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Updated 05 February 2024

Looking for restaurants with the best overall Spanish cuisine in New York City? You’re in the right place. Each month OpenTable analyses more than 400,000 new diner reviews. We sort the results by category to help you discover new favourites. It's a great partnership: you reserve, eat, and review. We listen...and deliver the results for all to benefit. Enjoy!


A photo of Plancha restaurant
5.0
5 (11)
$31 to $50
Spanish
Garden City
About the restaurant
Excellent selection of wines and gourmet food. Warm and cozy ambiance.
Top review
OpenTable Diner
Dined on 15 Feb 2024
The food is delicious and the wait staff is always so nice. Will be dining here again in the future.
A photo of Marbella Restaurant restaurant
4.7
4.7 (602)
$31 to $50
Spanish
Bayside
About the restaurant
Open Tuesday Thru Sunday at 11:30am. Closed Monday. Victor Gonzalez on the Harp Friday thru Sunday. Now Booking Private Events fro 20 to 150 Guests. Pick up or Delivery Available. Monthly Flamenco. Pre Fixe Menus. Events Space
Top review
Carole
Dined on 16 Feb 2024
Delicious meal! Great value ! Amazing service, so happy we went!
A photo of olea - New Haven restaurant
4.8
4.8 (1325)
$50 and over
Spanish
New Haven
About the restaurant
In the heart of downtown New Haven, Connecticut, Olea offers an innovative interpretation of Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. Chef Manuel Romero and his team explore these flavors in their food, wine, and cocktails, locally sourcing many products and importing specialty items from the Mediterranean region.
Top review
JennyBvip
Dined 7 days ago
Delicious food, great vibe and attentive service! Highly recommend!
A photo of Toledo Restaurant restaurant
4.7
4.7 (248)
$50 and over
Spanish
Murray Hill
About the restaurant
Toledo Restaurant has been serving patrons of NYC and beyond for over thirty years. Since its inception in 1975, we have been recognized as "serving the city's best Spanish" (The New York Post). Many have come to call us "classic, old-world and handsome" (Zagat 99, 01, 02), decorated in Spanish artifacts from all parts of Spain like Toledo, Sevilla, Madrid, and even Galicia. When you come to Toledo you can expect reliable and consistent food and service, whether it is to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, family reunion, host a company Christmas party or a baby shower.
Top review
Lilifire
Dined 2 days ago
One of the loveliest and most gentile restaurants … great for romance, families, friends and business.
A photo of Casa Mono restaurant
4.7
4.7 (2506)
$31 to $50
Spanish
Union Square
About the restaurant
Casa Mono and its sister restaurant, Bar Jamon, are located next to each other on Irving Place and 17th Street, just east of Union Square. Awarded three stars from The New York Times in 2015 and a Michelin Star in 2009 (and every year since), Casa Mono is a tapas bar restaurant inspired by the cooking of Spain’s Costa Brava.

***Keeping our guests and staff safe is our number one priority.
We are strictly following CDC, OSHA and NYC Health Department guidelines.***

Top review
Krisvip
Dined 1 day ago
There is no better place for Spanish food in NYC.
A photo of Enoteca Harlem restaurant
4.8
4.8 (122)
$31 to $50
Spanish
Harlem
About the restaurant
Discover a world of bold flavors and a fusion of Spanish and Latin cuisine at Enoteca Harlem. With a passion for our heritage, we bring to life a dining experience unlike any other. Savor our delicious tapas and premium Spanish and Chilean wines, complemented by an array of unique and irresistible desserts, in a romantic setting perfect for a night out with friends or a special date. Come and let us share our love for life and food and be swept away by our unique take on Spanish cusine.
Top review
TinyTraveler
Dined 3 days ago
Cozy ambience. Very quiet on a Wednesday night (our small group were the loudest patrons!) Tapas, Pintxos, Principales-- everything, superb. Yes, some may say it's pricey but it isn't! This is like any true Spanish (as in Spaniard) restaurant where small plates are the focus. We had wine. We had sangria. That pulpo - omg. And the paella, costillas (ribs), and solomillo de Hebrew (skirt steak) -- chefs kiss. We'll be back we want to try so much more. BTW, the crema catelana (Spanish version of creme brulee) -- I could have wept. So good.
A photo of Sangria 71 of Island Park restaurant
4.7
4.7 (573)
$30 and under
Spanish
Island Park
About the restaurant
Escape the hustle and bustle of Long Island by immersing yourself in the culture and cuisine of Spain! We welcome families, date nights, casual hangouts and all occasions to relish in an atmosphere or colorful Mediterranean vibes.

Located in the Barnum Landing Shopping Center, Sangria 71 - Island Park brings much needed Flavors of Spain to the South Shore Long Island dining scene. From our savory Paellas to our sweet and refreshing Sangria, even the homemade signature Tres Leches Coconut cake, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

OpenTable will prompt you for your indoor or outdoor preference unless outdoor is already reserved to max capacity (or unavailable), in which case your reservation will be defaulted to indoor dining. We thank you in advance for respecting your reserved time.

Please note for parties of 8 or more we require a $50 dining deposit. Refundable up to 48 hours prior to your reservation date and time.

Please note we do not accept reservations for the bar

Top review
MicheleV
Dined 5 days ago
I haven't been in there for a long time, q friend suggested we go there for dinner....boy was that a great decision. Everything was delicious food, drinks, wait staff......definitely going back and highly recommend
A photo of Fornos of Spain restaurant
4.7
4.7 (1765)
$31 to $50
Spanish
Newark
About the restaurant
Welcome to Fornos of Spain Restaurant located on the Iron Bound in Newark, NJ. Fornos of Spain has been bestowed numerous awards and proclaimed by various national magazines as a "must" when dining out in New Jersey. Our award winning Spanish cuisine is prepared with the freshest seafood of Spain. Our extensive wine cellars offer over 450 aged and vintage wines and has the rarest collections of Spanish wines in the United States.
Top review
Neilvip
Dined 1 day ago
We always have an excellent visit to Fornos, outstanding food and service! Lobster tails and halibut dinners were tops!
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4.6
4.6 (39)
$31 to $50
Spanish
Highlands
About the restaurant
🌟 Get Ready to Embark on a Culinary Journey to Iberia: Coming Soon to Your Palate! 🌟

Attention all food enthusiasts and flavor adventurers! The countdown has begun for an epicurean escapade that promises to transport your taste buds to the captivating lands of Iberia. Brace yourself for an unforgettable dining experience that celebrates the diverse and enchanting cuisines of Andalucia, Barcelona, French Inspired Pyrenees, and Portugal. Our upcoming Iberian-inspired restaurant is your passport to a world of culinary delights, where centuries of history, culture, and innovation converge on your plate.

Top review
JeffreyGvip
Dined 7 days ago
This menu included spectacular dishes to delight the taste buds. One of the special appetizers was oysters steamed in a chorizo broth with micro greens…Excellent. The lobster crepe is to die for and the seared tuna isn’t far behind. The duck breast with accompanying sauce was amazing, and so was the flan for dessert. The meal was well spaced, never hurried…served on Spanish time. On Saturday night there is a Spanish guitarist to play you through the night. Just an excellent evening. If only they would put the name of the restaurant on the front of the building.
A photo of Tasca restaurant
4.6
4.6 (50)
$50 and over
Spanish
Upper West Side
About the restaurant
Tasca, which is Iberian for "Tavern," brings together the vibrant flavors and culinary traditions of both Spain and the Latin countries of the Caribbean. Offering an elevated and innovative interpretation of Spain, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Cuba's shared food histories, Tasca seamlessly ties together the evolution of their cuisines. In a multi-level, 5,500-square-foot space complete with several open, airy dining areas, outdoor dining, subterranean lounge and wine cellar with fireplace. Tasca conveys both the warmth of a traditional Spanish tavern and the breezy elegance of a contemporary, coastal Caribbean restaurant.

With a variety of unique spaces and conveniently located near Central Park and the Museum of Natural History, Tasca is available for outdoor and indoor dining, large-party bookings and full restaurant buyouts. Tasca can accommodate any occasion from dinner with friends, birthday parties and family gatherings to corporate presentations for 200 guests.




Top review
Katofnycvip
Dined 6 days ago
Every drink and dish we had could not have been prepared better or with more attention to detail. The space is so beautiful and lit pleasingly. Our server was charming. I always wanted to go there.
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