Boqueria

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Details
171 Spring St (at Thompson St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 343-4255
Tapas, Spanish
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–11:30 PM

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  • We had the best time thereall high tops, there with my girlfriends Mom, who is 85, and we all loved it! -Susan Feniger, Top Chef
  • Try Vera de Estensas "Barrica" from the Utiel-Requea appellation. Produced frm indigenous bobal & tempranillo grapes, it makes for a great choice. For more Spanish wine info visit http://agwine.com
  • Always, always fills up by 8. Set your dinner for 7-7:30 and you're golden.
  • white grapefruit sangria
  • The lamb meatballs are amazing!
  • get the dates, tan Rico
  • Fantastic tapas
  • Second outpost of the tapas bar, I prefer the one on 19th. Still great though.
  • Marc Vidal and Jordi Castells
  • Take a friend or date, sit at the chef's table, order sangria, dates, quail eggs + some specials, and chat w the chef about the day's finds at the union sq market that inspired the dishes. Perfect.
  • Blistered shisito peppers are a must-order. Unlike what you'd expect, only 1 in 10 or so of these peppers has any heat. Makes for a delightful early course while studying the rest of the menu.
  • Patatas bravas. No joke!
  • Very nice fennel salad! Eat it with patatas bravas...delicious! Free wifi btw...
  • The cartel says: slide into the cream leather benches in the bar. Cool vibe w soccer playing (if u r into that). Don't forego the bacon wrapped dates and tortilla espanolla! Wine is mandatory!
  • Boqueria either in SoHo or Flatiron location Tapas from Barcelona made by seasonal products from NY's Green Markets. Try the Dtiles con Beicon - Dates stuffed w/ almonds and Valden, wrapped in bacon
  • Cojonudos los cojonudos !! El vino muy bueno y un Cafe con torrejas hacen la cena rpida un lujo
  • Their Spanish brunch is quite nice. Egg Benedict becomes much more interesting with their Spanish twist to it.
  • A national treasure. A must in NYC.
  • This place just serves up classic Spanish food in a great way- get the dates wrapped in bacon, croquetas and patatas. I'll be back for everything else.
  • Lamb skewers! Wash it all down with a sangria.