Barlata Tapas Bar

Beautiful food, all for a great cause.

Needless to say, when it came to selecting the Best New Restaurants for this year, there was no shortage of options. We dined at and debated over the dozens of new...

"Barriga llena corazon contento, A full stomach makes for a happy heart." That proverb is very apropos to our time at Barlata.

...thanks to the arrival of chef Daniel Olivella in Austin, all I have to do is hit South Lamar for these authentic tastes – and then some. After only three months...

The Austin City Limits Festival returns for its 12th year this October. With the exception of a second weekend added to the schedule, the fest will pretty much look like last...

The Spanish word for can is “lata.” And in Spain, tapas bars commonly use canned ingredients, including top-shelf sardines, mussels, clams, octopus and other brine-preserved delicacies.

Well into its groove now, the eatery has not only developed a solid reputation as a great happy hour spot, but it’s also expanding its offerings to include Sunday brunch...

This may be the definitive paella in Austin. The owner is Catalonian and he prepares a variation of paellas (the name comes from the huge frying pan used to make the...

Barlata's 'Spanish brunch' includes a whole slew of tortillas, tapas and paellas, including veggie-friendly versions. Let all that olive oil soak up last night's hangover.

The husband and wife duo of Daniel Olivella and Vanessa Jerez opened their second tapas bar in the thriving neighborhood of South Lamar, and since they’re both originally from Spain, they...