11 "Tapas" Restaurants in New York.
The Flatiron location of this Spanish tapas chain has a casual space that’s good for groups.
La Ñapa is a Venezuelan tapas spot in Crown Heights that’s great for dinner dates or brunch when you’re not in the mood for pancakes.
Mercado Little Spain is a big Spanish food hall in Hudson Yards. It has a bunch of tapas kiosks, bars, and restaurants.
Mar serves very good seafood-focused Spanish dishes inside Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards.
Leña is a sit-down Spanish spot that focuses on dishes cooked over an open fire. It's inside Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards.
Nai Tapas Bar is a two-story tapas spot in the East Village with occasional live flamenco and small plates that are decent but generally overpriced.
Sevilla is a Spanish tapas place in Greenwich Village where you’ll see servers in tuxedos carrying around pots of seafood to big groups.
Sala One Nine is a Spanish tapas restaurant in Flatiron that feels a bit like a romantic cave.
Lamano is a Spanish tapas place in the West Village that’s the size of a studio apartment.