City Pulse

By Kim Taylor

Barraca is a tasteful (yes, pun intended) and well-appointed new Greenwich Village restaurant, situated next to its sister restaurant Melibea. Here you’ll find reasonable prices and classic Spanish food in a warm and jovial atmosphere: tapas, Cocas or Flat bread with toppings, Dulces (sweets) like Pan Perdito, traditional Spanish, French and American fare such as Huevos Benedictos, eggs with chorizo sausage, paellas, burgers, ribs, pancakes, omelettes and more. The important thing to remember though is that you can enjoy endless sangria for $15.

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81 Greenwich Avenue (at the SE corner of Bank Street)

Originally published November 2013
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