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Another Adria brothers restaurant, the unofficial classification for Hoja Santa’s menu is “fancy Mexican” and the food is heavily inspired by Oaxaca. There isn’t one thing on the menu that isn’t mind-blowingly good. For a more casual experience, check out their adjoining taco shop, Nino Viejo, which is just as delicious.

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Tickets

If you want to get into Tickets, plan your reservation very far in advance. It's an excellent tapas restaurant with very fun vibes.

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Bodega 1900

For old school tapas and vermouth, head to Bodega 1900.

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Quimet & Quimet

Quimet i Quimet is a famous spot for conservas and montaditos. Be prepared to eat them in the middle of the street.

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Cal Pep

Although it can be gimmicky, Cal Pep is very good. You'll probably see a lot of tourists, but you'll be distracted enough by the good tapas to care.