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Give The Gift Of España

Stock up on the perfect regalos for your friends and family!
Use code holaMLS to enjoy 10% off your first order.*
* Offer not valid with other promotions.

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New Year's Eve At Little Spain

Welcome 2020 with an unforgettable Nochevieja! All-inclusive takeover of the full Mercado features plentiful food and drinks, DJs, dancers, street performers, photo booths and more!

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Hot Off The Presses

"Mercado Little Spain offers more delicious things to eat per square foot than anywhere else in New York."
- Pete Wells, The New York Times

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Bar Celona

Bar Celona - Come experience Spanish-style happy hour at Bar Celona, open daily at 11 am.

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Spanish Diner

Our Diner serving Spanish comfort food is open daily from 7 am to 11 pm.

HOLA, NEW YORK.

Mercado Little Spain is a veritable love letter to Spain – featuring the delicious diversity of foods and drinks from all corners of one of the richest culinary countries in the world. Whether you have five minutes or five hours, there is something for every taste – from a quick bite to a lively tapas crawl to a leisurely Spanish dinner.

Welcome to España, no passport required.

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Leña at Mercado Little Spain

Leña

At Leña, the menu is guided by the most magical and mysterious ingredient in the kitchen: fire. Almost everything on the menu is cooked over embers, including large cuts of meat, vegetables, and seafood. Leña is open daily for lunch and dinner.

Mar

Representing the culture of Spain’s diverse regions and their obsession with all things marine, Mar highlights seafood from both Spain and the United States. Mar is open daily for lunch and dinner.

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Spanish Diner

An Iberian take on the classic American all-day restaurant and bar, featuring larger portions of Spanish favorites in a casual, high-energy space under the High Line. Spanish Diner opens daily at 7am.

El Blog

On Turrón, Southern Spain's Favorite Holiday Sweet

On Spain's Sparkling Wines

Croquetas de Pavo

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