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A Barrola

  • $$$
  • Spanish

One of the better options on a street packed with tourist eateries, this seafood-heavy restaurant has polished wood floors and a lively...

Abastos 2.0

  • $$$$
  • Spanish

From the market to the plate" is the philosophy of Iago Pazos y Marcos Cerqueiro's restaurant. The concept here, to start and finish...

Adega Abrigadoiro

  • $$
  • Spanish

This rustic stone-walled bodega serves some of the best Galician delicacies in town. Its centerpiece, a fully functioning waterwheel,...

Adega O Bebedeiro

  • $$
  • Spanish

Steps from the ultramodern Domus, this tiny restaurant is beloved by locals for its authentic food. It feels like an old farmhouse, with...

Bar Cocedero La Piedra

  • $
  • Spanish

This jovial tapas bar is a perfect place to devour the freshest catch from the Rúa Pescadería fisherwomen, and it does a roaring lunch...

Bierzo Enxebre

  • $
  • Spanish

Tucked behind the cathedral, this tapas bar specializes in products from El Bierzo, a region of Castilla and León, either in the animated...

Bodega del Riojano

  • $$
  • Spanish

The paintings on wine-barrel ends that decorate this classic restaurant have given it the nickname Museo Redondo (Round Museum). The...

Carretas

  • $$$$
  • Seafood

This casual spot for fresh Galician seafood is around the corner from the Hostal dos Reis Católicos. Fish dishes abound, but the specialty...

Casa Consuelo

  • $$$$
  • Spanish

One of the most popular spots on Spain's northern coast, this restaurant first opened in 1935 and is famed for merluza (hake) served...

Casa Fermín

  • $$$$
  • Spanish

Skylights, plants, and an air of modernity belie the age of this sophisticated restaurant, which opened in 1924 and is now in its fourth...

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