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In 1975 Spanish dictator Franco died. After decades of his regime there suddenly erupted a spontaneous Spanish movement of art, film, music and fun, energetic youthful exuberance. This movement was called “MoVida”.
Incredible Spanish Tapas & Wine. Right next to Hosier Lane so you can check out all the famous Melbourne Street Art.
MoVida is a celebrated Melbourne dining institution that has been dishing up the city's best Spanish fare since the early 2000s. Located in artfully graffitied Hosier Lane, Movida is a must-visit for out-of-towners, but you'll need to book well in advance. If you can't get into the original, MoVida…
This Spanish tapas bar has brilliant food. Grab the corner table and prepare to try some incredible sherries and dishes. The menu changes all the time but some outstanding dishes include a Brik pastry cigarillo, broad beans, shaved fennel salad, and sorrel ice cream. Not cheap but worth the splurge.
Delicious Spanish tapas adjacent to the famous Hosier Lane covered in graffiti artwork