Boqueria

Tapas, Spanish
$ $ $
171 Spring St (at Thompson St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 343-4255
Monday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Thursday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Friday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:30pm

Menu

Tips

  • 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
  • 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!
  • 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
  • Good options for Tapas! Try seasonal tapas menu. Lamb skewers, squash with nuts and shrimps in olive oil u must try! Pair these with classic red wine sangria. For desserts Nutella filled churros!
  • 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.
  • Great tapas - sit at the bar and sip on some sangria while watching everything prepared in front of you. Good tortilla, gambas al ajillo, and jamn.

Nearby places

203 Spring St (at Sullivan St.)
189 Spring St (btwn Sullivan & Thompson St)
399 W Broadway (btwn Spring & Broome St)