Spanish Restaurant & Tapas Bar – Dupont

Lively Barcelona Style Tapas Bar in DC’s Dupont Circle

Boqueria Dupont

Located in the historic Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington DC, Boqueria Dupont is the go-to destination for after-work drinks during happy hour, where guests can enjoy the Spanish staple of el vermut; the early-afternoon tradition of small bites paired with an aperitif, or more commonly, vermouth on the rocks with Seltzer.

These social hours inevitably blend into festive dinners where groups of friends gather over tables of deceivingly simple, yet delicious tapas, large pans of succulent seafood paella, and pitchers of seasonal sangría.

On the weekends, brunch enthusiasts pack the sun-filled dining room for the bottomless selection of unlimited tapas, brunch classics including whole-roasted chicken and a succulent brunch paella, mimosas, sangrias, bloody marias, coffee, and sweets.


Monday: 11:30am – 10pm
Tuesday: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Wednesday: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Thursday: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Friday: 11:30am – 11pm
Saturday: 10:30am – 11pm
Sunday: 10:30am – 9:30pm

Happy Hour

Daily from 3pm – 7pm


Dupont Circle or Farragut North

Our favorite tapas, paella, Spanish cheese and charcuterie, desserts and drinks, available daily.

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Boqueria accepts online reservations for parties of 1-8 guests.
For parties of 9 or more guests please call 202.516-7895 or email [email protected]

Delivery in DC is available through DoorDash and Caviar.

Please use the links below to place your order.

Order now through DoorDash

Order now through Caviar

In The Press

“Boqueria Dupont Circle, a New York import from accomplished chef Marc Vidal, is a bright, modern destination for Barcelona-style tapas, market-driven seasonal specials and expert wine pairings.”

“Sitting at the bar at Boqueria feels somewhat like a busy counter or bar experience in Seville or Madrid. Off in the corner is a leg of Jamón ibérico, and it’s one of the few places where to find Kas soda (a Spanish favorite). For a fun all-you-can-eat experience, visit the restaurant for brunch on Saturday or Sunday, when the menu becomes bottomless.”
~ Eater DC

“It was a gutsy move for this Manhattan tapas bar to make its way to Washington, an already small-plates-mad town. Turns out that keeping the earth-toned dining rooms and Carrera-marble bar loud and crowded wasn’t a problem.”
~ Washingtonian