Greenwich Village’s bustling West Fourth Street is home to an authentic new tapas bar called Las Ramblas. It is named after a famous pedestrian street in Barcelona, Spain. Las Ramblas at 170 Fourth Street is between Jones and Comelia Streets and near Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. Compact and inviting with its carefully restored brick walls, burnished modern copper topped bar, and wall mounted indoor waterfall running over recessed slate, Las Ramblas is a haven for tapas aficionados. When weather permits, the restaurant’s bank of front windows will slide open to the street for an outdoor dining. New CD’s from Spain set a festive musical tone at Las Ramblas and includes groups Dusminguet, Amparanoia, Ojos de Brujo and Estopa.