Barlata Tapas Bar

"...Daniel Olivella's chicken, shrimp, and octopus paella from Barlata Tapas Bar generated lots of repeat business." - Virginia B. Wood, The Austin Chronicle

B. Barlata. Bar (as in Tapas). Bravas (as in patatas). Braised oxtail (as in yum!). And…drum roll…Bee’s Knees!

Austin, your final four contenders for the Best New Restaurant title are: Barlata, No Va, Salt & Time and Winebelly. Before you vote, let's refresh our taste buds on what these...

Arro vs. Barlata French cuisine takes on Spanish fare in this European-influenced match-up. Arro, helmed by Chef Andrew Curren of 24 Diner fame, is highly acclaimed for its refined take on French...

El ‘Barlata’ está situado en el 1500 de South Lamar en Austin y es propiedad de Daniel Olivella, un catalán de 52 años, natural de Vilafranca del Penedès.

Daniel tries to keep the ingredients as authentic as possible: “we bring in the best olive oil, cheeses, white anchovies, and pastas from Spain.” And it shows in the flavor and...

Luckily for Austinites, Barcelona-born Daniel Olivella chose the Texas capital for his second location of Barlata, a popular Bay Area tapas bar with communal wood tables.

If you're in the mood for some authentic Spanish food and great cocktails, hit up Barlata for share-worthy tapas and delicious paella. My favorite is the arroz negre paella, made with...

Start off your meal with the gambas ajillo – the shrimp bursts with garlic and adobo flavor. I found myself licking my fingers and dipping the house made bread in the...

The colorful 3,100-square-foot space offers buyouts and seats 125 at booths, tables, and a bar. The restaurant, from Austin architect Michael Hsu, features long communal tables, an open kitchen, and cartoon-like...