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Boqueria Soho information
Channeling Barcelona, this expansive, welcoming tapas joint serves both classic and classic-with-a-twist morsels, dexterously assembled in the open kitchen. Order a beer-and-pear sangria and feast on standouts such as abondigas (Colorado lamb meatballs with tomato sauce and sheep’s milk cheese), mushroom and Serrano ham croquettes, and a fine selection of hard and soft cheeses.
You'll find another branch of Boqueria in the Flatiron district.