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Barraca
Spanish Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 11:30 pm
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81 Greenwich Ave New York, NY 10014
81 Greenwich AveUSNYNew York10014
(212) 462-0080barracanyc.com
$$Spanish Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 5:00 – 11:30 pm
Monday 5:00 – 11:30 pmTuesday 5:00 – 11:30 pmWednesday 5:00 – 11:30 pmThursday 5:00 – 11:30 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:30 pmSaturday 12:00 – 1:00 am, 11:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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Rustic-chic dining room & bar for paellas to share, tapas & more, plus Spanish wines & sangria.- Google
People talk about sangria, brunch, piquillo peppers stuffed, brussels sprouts and paella de mariscos
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Tee B
reviewed 4 months ago
This place is fantastic! Delicious food, friendly Spanish staff and great sangria selection! Very cute rustic feel and great value - especially for brunch!
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Kamila E. Sip
reviewed 6 months ago
Very nice place, great food, great ambiance. This place is great for a nice dinner with friends or a nice date. Will definitely come back.
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Phil SiFri
reviewed 7 months ago
I never really liked sangria until I tried theirs. The sangria valencia is out of this world. Chicken croquettes, bacon wrapped dates, perfectly sauteed kale that melts in your mouth like spinach. Nice mix of spanish and english music, all pleasant to the ears and quick and pleasant service.
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Staffan Lindner
reviewed 6 months ago
I'm Staffan from Sweden. I just asked my darling Lucie B. from NY a couple of weeks ago if she wanted to be my wife. She said yes (puhhhh... :) and we now stay in the Village, NYC. After a tough day of shopping I thought we deserved a nice romantic dinner. I like Spanish and we found this wonderful restaurant just around the corner, Barraca. I checked the menu and It wasn't like the Spanish food I was used to. I got suspicious. I have lived in Spain and over there a Paella is a Paella. Saffron rice, pork, seafood, lots of spices. Well there might be some local differences. But here I saw a bunch of different paellas, one even with pasta instead of rice. But after talking to our waiter, Eugene, I realized that this restaurant had taken all this to another level. And who doesn't like development? I opened my mind and went through the menu with Eugene while sipping on a glass of Sangria (actually the best Sangria I've had so far) and he recommended a appetizer Coca Con Pullo & Chorizo (flat bread with chicken and stuff). And we went for two different paellas. Well, after we finished these dishes we were more than satisfied! Though we did have to finish off with a dessert. We got a custard that just made our taste buds explode!! All in all, this was the best dinner we've had i a long time. Half of our credits go to the chef and the rest to Eugene who took care of us like we were from the Royal Castle of Sweden. //Staffan & Lucie
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Doug DeCarlo
reviewed 6 months ago
Food is spotty, although some dishes were quite good. The host is a total flake - I didn't appreciate being told the wait was 10-20 minutes, only to have the host conclude (but not by checking in with us) that we were eating at the bar after ordering a bottle of wine and patatas bravas (and telling the bartender we were waiting for a table). After an hour, the host made excuses. Sad to see a badly run place. Next time I'll take the bridge-and-tunnel crowd as a hint.
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B. Walker
reviewed 8 months ago
I have been here twice so far and each time, it was very enjoyable. If you like Sangria, they have a nice variety, not just the standard white and red. The Sangria de la Mancha is particularly good and original--made with passion fruit, white wine and rum. There is another white sangria made with sake, apple and rosemary as well as a rose sangria, a sparkling sangria with peaches, and a traditional red sangria. The Sangria de la Mancha was so good I did not try the others, but they looked very tempting in their jars behind the bar. The food is equally delicious. We ordered the croquettas, the coca de escalivada flatbread, octopus, patatas bravas, and green peppers. There is a decent outdoor seating area for warmer weather.
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