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Spain Bar Garcia is only 2min walk from Jimbo-cho station, 5min from Ochanomizu Station.
Stylish interior with soft lighting enhances its elegance.
Enjoy the quiet bar ambience with delicious Spanish tapas and wine.



Q&A

○General, Hours, Access

Q1.What hours are you open?

18:00-26:00 (2:00 am) Monday to Saturday 17:00-23:00 Sunday, Holiday.
Last Orders: Food – one hour before closing, Drink – 30 min before closing.


Q2.What days are you closed?


We are open every day except the year-end and New Year holidays.


Q3.Are open for lunch?

Sorry, we are not open for lunch.


Q4.Where is the restaurant at?

The address is Daiichi Mansui Bldg. 1F Kanda Ogawa-machi 3-14, Chiyoda-ku.

It’s on Fujimizaka between Meiji University Liberty Tower and Yasukuni-dori Street.
Close to Mitusi Sumitomo Bank and McDonalds Jimbo-cho

See the map here.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Tel 03-3518-9404


Q5.What is the closest train station?

2 min walk from Jimbo-cho station Exit 5 (Hanzomon-line, Toei Mita-line, Toei Shinjuku-line) 5 min from Ochanomizu Station (JR Chuo-line, Marunouchi-line).

See the map here.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Tel 03-3518-9404


Q6.Can I use credit card?

All major credit cards are accepted. VISA・Master Card・JCB・American Express・Diners Club・Rakuten


Q7.Do you have free WiFi?

Yes, please feel free to use it.

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○About reservation

Q1.Do I need a reservation?

We recommend that you make a reservation for 18:00-21:00 on Fridays and holiday eves.
Other hours are relatively less busy but to make sure you have a table, please make a reservation.

Also, making a reservation is recommended if you are group of 5 or more.


Q2.How can I make a reservation?

Please call us or make an online reservation.
We accept online reservation request up until 4pm of the day.
Click here for online reservation.
For a group of 10 or more, please call us.
You can call us or use our online reservation form.
Tel 03-3518-9404

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○For small group

Q1.Can I dine alone?

Of course! Counter seats are available.
We actually have many female guests solo dining.


Q2.Two of us will be visiting, can we sit at the table?

For two people, we recommend counter overlooking open kitchen, but of course you can sit at the table.

Please also note that we may ask you to move to counter when it’s gets very crowded.

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○Parties and events.

Q1.What is the maximum capacity?

お席は48席になります。
48 seats for standard seating, if the whole room is reserved, 50 people can fit.
Tables can accommodate 30 people.


Q2.Do you have an all-you-can-drink?

Yes, please see this.


Q3.Can we reserve the whole restaurant?

As a general rule, 40 people minimum, 200,000 yen+ budget is requested.
Please ask us for more details.


Q4.Do you have a projector, audio equipment?

Sorry we do not have a projector or audio equipment.

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○ For birthdays and anniversaries

Q1.Can we order a cake?

Yes, please make a reservation by one day before your visit.
Messages can be written on the cake.
Please let us know when you make a reservation.
Cake 3,500 yen, assorted fruit is 1,500 yen.
We will take photos with an instant film camera (2 shots) when you order cake or assorted fruit.

Q2.Can you arrange some surprise like putting some candle on the cake?

We can adjust the lighting and/or play a specific BGM.
Please contact us if you wish to make other arrangements.

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○Spanish cuisine, Spanish wine.

Q1.I have never tried Spanish cuisine, what is it like?

Not like French full-course-dinner, it is rather casual and less rules.

Pella is rice cooked with seafood, vegetables, and/or meats, ajillo is garlic olive oil cooked meats or seafood, small appetizer tapas are popular dishes.

Our specials are plateful of jamon serrano (880yen) Seafood Paella (1,890yen) Shrimp Ajillo (780 yen), and Lamb chop (480 yen 1pc).


Q2.What is the characteristics of Spanish wine?
 
Although it is not yet well known in Japan, Spain has the largest wine-growing area in the world, and the third in the wine production.
For grapes used, Tempranillo, Garnacha for red wine, Albariño and Viura for white are famous.
Furthermore, Sherry which is called fortified wine, sparkling wine Cava produced similarly to champagne are also some characteristics of Spanish wine.

You can try those wines at our restaurant and “feel” Spain.
Please feel free to ask us if you are not sure what wine to order.

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Contact detail

03-3518-9404

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