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Best Dishes at Las Ramblas
These dishes from the Las Ramblas menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.
1 L sparkling /still water
Banderillas Con Chorizo De Pato
- Sangria comes three ways--red pear, white peach and sparkling strawberry--but the draw is the all-Spanish wine list. For something different, try the Txacoli ($35 per bottle), a traditional effervescent wine from the Basque region.
Greenwich Village's bustling West 4th Street is home to an authentic new tapas bar called Las Ramblas. It is named for a famous pedestrian street in Barcelona, Spain. Las Ramblas at 170 West 4th Street, is b/t Jones & Cornelia Streets & near 6th Avenue in NYC. Compact & inviting with its carefully restored brick walls, Las Ramblas is a haven for tapas aficionados. Executive Chef Fernando Echeverri of Pamplona, Spain, puts out a variety of tapas in addition to special dishes of the day. A carefully selected list of fine wines from Spain's outstanding regions is served by the glass & the bottle. For Sangria lovers, the drink comes three ways, each in a tall, chilled glass or a pitcher & topped with a different fruit. For an authentic Tapas experience, Las Ramblas is open daily from 4pm-1am except Friday & Saturday from 4pm-2am. Join us for our Monday Night Spanish Wine Flights
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8/02/2014 A diner from New York, NY tried it.