About Del Mar
Sure, Fabio Trabocchi’s palatial Spanish restaurant at the Wharf is pricey, but it also feels special in every detail. Flower-strewn sangria arrives in queen-like chalices; jamón Ibérico is served atop a candle-warmed platter for rendering its prized fat; and tapas such as tuna crudo in white gazpacho are artful. There’s a lot of style—from the jewel-toned bar to the breezy terraces—but also substance. We can’t name a better seafood paella, or a prix fixe lunch that feels like such a steal. Very expensive.