Best Spanish tapas in Dublin

By Chef H. Delgado

July 28, 2020

Are you preparing a visit to Dublin? Bored of the same restaurants in your city?  Do you want to try unique and different flavours?

I am going to tell you where to find the best Spanish tapas restaurants in this fantastic city full of contrasts. As a good connoisseur of Dublin, I have made a selection of the best Spanish tapas restaurants in Dublin. You will not believe the number of options Dublin has to offer, from finding Spanish products to tasting some authentic Spanish Tapas made from locally produced ingredients.


 I leave you with my four favourites.  Do not forget to try the CHORIZO, TORTILLA, SPANISH HAM or CROQUETAS. And if you eat a lot, you will have to take a nap.

1 .Port House Pintxo.

Located in Temple Bar, Port House Pintxo offers a romantic underground vibe with booth style seating and one of Dublin’s most relaxed outdoor terraces overlooking Meeting House Square so customers can also enjoy the outdoor concerts in the summer.

El Pintxo Tapas Bar

2. Las Tapas de Lola.

Located in the heart of buzzing Wexford Street and Camden Street, Las Tapas de Lola offers award-winning Spanish tapas, wines, beers and tasty sangria for every occasion. As an Irish-Spanish co-owned place, they are passionate about Spanish food and wine and even more passionate about having fun! They open each day at 5 pm Monday through Sunday for tapas and 12.30 pm Saturday & Sunday for lunch.   

Las Tapas de Lola

3. The Market.

Fade Street is at the heart of Dublin, and The Market Bar is the heart of Fade Street. This heart has been beating for more than 300 years, during which the inns, coffee houses, restaurants and pubs of the area have extended hospitality to generations of merchants, tradespeople, students, artists and visitors to Dublin’s Fair City. Today they have a lovely offer of drinks and wines, and an excellent selection of Spanish Tapas food.

The Bar Market

4. La Bodega.

Located in Ranelagh Street, one of the fashionable gastronomic area of Dublin. They offer one of the best quality Spanish food in the city in a warm and romantic atmosphere. Wide variety of wine and you can even try the authentic Spanish ham cut by hand. Every Sunday evening they have live flamenco music.

Table full of tapas LA BODEGA.

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