Las Ramblas

Restaurants , Spanish West Village
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Las Ramblas
Las Ramblas

Soft incandescent lighting, exposed-brick walls, tall wood-slab two-tops and a flat, wall-mounted fountain would make Las Ramblas sexy and intimate in any neighborhood, but as luck would have it, this tapas bar alighted in the Village. Rustic traditional fare such as gambas San Martìn (plumpy shrimp slathered in garlic, lemon and white wine) and setas al jerez con almendras (wild mushrooms with almonds in sherry) arrive sizzling in clay crocks with an intensity of flavor to match their heat.

Venue name: Las Ramblas
Contact:
Address: 170 W 4th St
New York
10014
Cross street: between Cornelia and Jones Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 4pm–midnight; Fri, Sat 4pm–1am
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, V to W 4th St
Price: AmEx, MC, V
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Moriah S
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My friends live in the village and this is their go to spot. Really interesting menu - I've ordered basically everything and loved it! Their sangria is also on point. Very tiny place though!

Julie F

By far my favorite tapas place in the city.  Whenever I try a new tapas place, I instinctively compare it to Las Ramblas.  Their menu is extensive and no matter what you choose, you'll be pleased.  I went to dinner with a friend and we each ordered 2 plates each ($10-11) and a pitcher of sangria($25).  The pitcher of sangria is definitely the better deal than the glass, you get way more.  The service was great and friendly and the food was cooked to perfection.  The only downfall to Las Ramblas is the size. There aren't many tables and they don't take reservations.  On a Monday night at 6pm, I walked right in.  I have also gone on a Friday night at 8pm and had a short wait.  Love this place and can't wait to be back