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Most famous food in Valencia

Most famous food in Valencia

The Fallas de Valencia is a traditional fire festival and the most flamboyant celebration of Spain. Throughout the festival, there are citywide pyrotechnic displays starting at the beginning of March, although most of them occur from March 15 to 19. The daily mascletà...

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Bacon, Egg and Cheese Paella for Brunch

Bacon, Egg and Cheese Paella for Brunch

Brunch season is upon us and we couldn't be more excited to share our famous Bacon, Egg & Cheese Paella Recipe as the new Paella of the Month! Everyone knows bacon, egg, & cheese is a New York staple, and this paella definitely lives up to its name. Our...

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Spanish Carnival Season is here!

Spanish Carnival Season is here!

Spain loves to celebrate carnival just before Lent begins as much as it is celebrated in New Orleans or Rio de Janeiro. Carnival in Spain, called carnaval in Spanish, is a serious thing and it is celebrated flamboyantly! Dictated by the Catholic calendar, the carnival...

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The Stereotype of the Siesta in Spain

The Stereotype of the Siesta in Spain

The Spanish siesta is to take a short nap, after a copious midday meal, in order to get revitalized and have plenty of energy to finish the day. Studies show that the optimal length of a siesta should be around 20 to 30 minutes, just enough to slow your heart rate and...

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Vermouth, Spain’s Favorite Aperitif Wine

Vermouth, Spain’s Favorite Aperitif Wine

In Spanish, vermouth has the name of vermú or vermut and it is the perfect match to go with various tapas. Due to the huge popularity of the drink in Spain, the name is ingrained in the culture and people referred to the aperitivo as “La hora del vermú” meaning the...

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Duck Paella: Valentine’s Day Recipe

Duck Paella: Valentine’s Day Recipe

Looking for a special recipe for your Valentine’s Day date? This time we bring you a Duck Paella or Paella de Pato as the new Paella of the Month, perfect to share on this lovely day. Check out our 90-second Paella de Pato video and celebrate Valentine’s Day with a...

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Socarrat is a Spanish restaurant since 2008 offering a wide variety of tapas, paella, sangria and an extensive selection of wines with three locations in the heart of Manhattan.

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