Socarrat Spanish Restaurant in NYC is proud to offer some of the best tapas in the city. Tapas is a Spanish term for an appetizer or snack of traditional Spanish dishes. In Spanish, the word “tapas” translates to “top,” which is why they are considered appetizers to be served at the beginning of a meal. Socarrat’s extensive offerings of tapas are the best in New York City.
A visit to the wine region of La Rioja in northern Spain offers you tastes of delicious wines at any time of the year. The fall, however, might be the best season to take a trip to the Spanish region because you’ll be surrounded with autumnal colors.
One of the most important and high-quality ingredients in Spanish cooking is the mushroom. You can find a wide variety of mushrooms in dishes from Spain, from the button mushroom to the porcini mushroom to the chanterelle mushroom - all are staples in Spanish cuisine.
Strolling along the cobblestone streets of certain cities and towns in the north of Spain, it’s likely that you’ll come across travelers with walking sticks, hiking boots, and stuffed packs strapped on their shoulders.
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.