Tapas is the perfect way to eat. This is not up for debate.
Small dishes designed to be shared make for a unique and fun dining experience with friends. You get a little bit of everything and rarely leave the experience having overeaten or feeling bloated. No city understands the delicacy of tapas better than New York, and as a result, there are thousands of amazing tapas joints to sift through. But you're not here for just any tapas, you want the cream of the crop. At Journiest, we care about quality, so if you find yourself roaming NYC with a group of hungry friends, here are the best tapas restaurants in New York City.
The restaurant's Gothic architecture adds a theatrical flair to Sala One Nine in Flatiron, and the food is just as grand. Artisanal serrano ham croquettes, pan roasted sea scallops and beef, veal and pork meatballs are just a few of the small plates awaiting those who can snag a reservation. Not to mention, they also do brunch and have a fabulous wine list.