Climbing the stairs up to this modern Spanish restaurant is like entering a swanky nightclub: Walls of exposed brick give way to a shower of filament lights. Once inside, roving dim sum–style carts offer pintxos: a myriad of toothpick-impaled treats, such as lush salmon on grilled bread. Fresh paella platters emerge—with loud fanfare—from the open kitchen and are peddled throughout the dining room. But you can order the best dishes from the menu. Don’t miss the plump and creamy shrimp in toasted garlic and smoked paprika oil, or the classic patatas bravas—fried potatoes doused with slick aioli. The effusive staff’s energy spills into the busy tapas bar and out to the terrace, with its delicious views of downtown (and its very own bar). In fact, getting out of Telefèric without imbibing a Spanish cocktail requires Herculean willpower. Lunch and dinner daily.