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Bar Costa

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This is just the right place to sit out under the awning with a coffee and croissant or a bocadillo (sandwich) and contemplate your...

Ca'n Joan de S'aigo

  • $

This café, on a side street behind the church of Sant Francesc, is one of Palma's venerable institutions, in business since 1700. Drop...

Cafe Balear

  • $$$
  • Seafood

Seafood doesn't get much fresher than here, as the owners' boat docks nearby every day except Sunday. The relaxed atmosphere welcomes...

Café la Lonja

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  • Spanish

A great spot for hot chocolate or a unique tea or coffee, this classic establishment in the old fishermen's neighborhood has a young...

Can Caus

  • $$
  • Spanish

Ibiza might pride itself on its seafood, but there comes a time for meat and potatoes. When that time comes, take the 20-minute drive...

Celler C'an Amer

  • $$$
  • Spanish

A celler is a uniquely Mallorcan combination of wine cellar and restaurant, and Inca has no fewer than six. This is the best, with...

El Jàgaro

  • $$$$
  • Seafood

This simple waterfront restaurant, at the east end of the harbor promenade, is a local favorite. The lunchtime crowd comes for the platter...

El Portalón

  • $$$
  • Spanish

A bit of a climb from the main gate into Dalt Vila, this intimate restaurant has two dining rooms—one medieval, with heavy beams, antiques,...

Es Moli de Foc

  • $$$
  • Spanish

Originally a flour mill— de foc means "of fire," signifying that the mill was powered by internal combustion—this is the oldest...

Es Pla

  • $$$
  • Seafood

The modest wooden exterior of this harborside restaurant is misleading—Es Pla has hosted royalty. The former king, Juan Carlos, has...

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