Barraca named after the Spanish traveling theatre founded by Dali, Lorca & Bunuel is an authentic Spanish Restaurant, featuring the regional food of Spain through its Tapas, Paellas and Sangrias.View Private Dining Details
Great atmosphere and amazing food with a great sangria selection!
Second time visiting Barraca and I loved it. Great Galentine's brunch and delicious sangria!
Place was really incredible, food was clean and well prepared, venue was super intimate, overall great ambiance
Great tapas, nice room, excellent service!
Ruined Valentine's Day! Overpriced, squeezed in a corner, waited 45 minutes for entree, paella was burnt. Sangria was ok.
My husband and I went to celebrate Valentine’s Day. They didn’t note they would have a set dinner menu, so we were surprised when we got there and were told that’s all they were doing. We understood, given it was a busy night.
The food was so-so but the service was sub-par. We waited about 30 minutes for our paella, again understandable because the dish takes long to cook. But then we waited 45 minutes for dessert (which was supposed to be chocolate cake and an almond layer cake), at which point I asked to take it to go. They packed up macaroons and called it our dessert. The real kicker was when we received the check and saw 18% gratuity had already been included. I definitely would ‘t have been as generous given the poor service we received.
I’m not going back, and I have every intention of telling everyone I go to avoid this place.
Also, the music was incredibly loud (very hard to have a conversation) and it was pretty warm inside. Not a very romantic setting for V-Day.
Waited more than 50 minutes to get the first single small dish (only for one person). Waited another 40 minutes to get another. It took almost three hours to finish all the meals. There was a 20% tip that was printed on the receipt.
For the price, the food was not good. Despite the long wait, the food was cold, steak was dry.
I'm not usually a person that gets upset in restaurants, but I was pretty angry for the first time.
The staff were friendly, helpful and polite but the food was lacking in flavor for my friends and I. The drinks were outdone by the amount of ice they put in there. The sangria tasted like watered down juice. Once all the ice was removed (which we did ourselves) the red sangria was actually pretty decent but it shouldn’t take that much work. At $32 the sangria pitcher shouldn’t be half filled and stuffed with ice to appear full. I do not recommend this restaurant and wouldn’t eat here again. The best thing about this place is the staff and the ambience so if that’s what you go to dinner for but food and drinks were a miss for us.
It was amazing