Mercado Little Spain is one of the best food court in the city. As you might guess from the name, all of the fare is Spanish, and very well executed, whether you get an authentic white gazpacho soup, a paella of rabbit, or a plate of crispy churros. Among the stations for takeaway food are several sit down restaurants and bars. But unless you don’t mind standing while eating (or taking your food outside), I’d recommend getting a reservation at one of these, as there simply aren’t enough tables for diners who are eating from the kiosks. Final reason to go here: you'll be supporting the work of that great humanitarian Jose Andres, the man behind World Kitchen (an organization that feeds people in crisis situations around the planet).