Paella is one of the most widely enjoyed, and perhaps fiercely debated, traditional Spanish dishes in food culture – akin to the debate of thin versus thin crust pizza.
If you visit Spain, you’ll find that the wine is cheaper than bottled water (no, seriously – it usually is!) – you can say the Spaniards love their wine.
Flamenco isn’t just a form of dance: it’s a seductive art form that captures attention, moves energy, and romanticizes its viewers as well as its participants.


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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