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Bar Raval


505 College St, Toronto
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Some details that make Bar Raval our favorite Spanish restaurant in town: the Gaudi-inspired wooden bar, great cocktails like the Magic City with rum, sherry, cinnamon, raspberry, lemon, and absinthe, and tapas that includes warm octopus and canned seafood. The menu is full of snacky drinking food that ranges from simple chips and olives, to (slightly) larger pintxos like a mushroom tower and jamon croquetas. It’s a nice spot for pre-dinner drinks, but if you end up staying for a whole meal, know that you’ll probably eat your whole meal standing up shoulder-to-shoulder with a stranger (who you’ll probably befriend). This is absolutely a good thing.

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