« Back to Restaurant Reviews Top

Restaurant Reviews for Tapas


First Page 1 2 Next Page » Last Page

posted on February 10, 2017
Shift Kitchen & Bar
review by Elaine Chukan Brown

After stints at Frasca in Colorado and Ubuntu in California, husband-and-wife team Dara and Joe Rodgers set out to redefine mountain-town cuisine at Shift. In a spare, airy space in a historic building in downtown Flagstaff, they find creative ways ...Read the full review

posted on March 24, 2016
El Quinto Piño
review by Tara Q. Thomas

Sherry, it turns out, is now big in the City, big enough to encourage Alex Raij and her husband Eder Montero, to take over EQP’s next-door space and insert a dining room. The restaurant, hidden behind the kitchen, ...Read the full review

posted on March 17, 2016
Casa Mono
review by Tara Q. Thomas

The Sherry list and Iberico ham at Bar Jamón nearly negates the need to get a table next door at Casa Mono—but then you’d miss out on the chance to relax as executive chef Andy Nusser shows off ...Read the full review

posted on December 30, 2015
Pullman
review by Nadia Fournier

You might not make a detour to Pullman for the food, but a quick glance at the wine list may convince you to stay for the evening. Since opening in 2004, this wine bar in downtown Montreal has become a destination for every wine geek in town. Véronique Dalle ...Read the full review

posted on April 14, 2015
Bar Chuko
review by Zachary Sussman

Drinking has always been central to Japan’s small-plate izakaya culture, usually in the form of sake or beer. With over 11 sake pours available at Prospect Heights newcomer Bar Chuko, that category gets fair play. What makes its drinks program so refreshing, however, is the way it extends beyond ...Read the full review

posted on May 9, 2014
Wallflower
review by Caitlin Griffith

Xavier Herit, who worked behind the bar at Daniel for seven years, designs drinks with a range of made-in-house elements. Partner Jared Stafford-Hill, late of Williamsburg’s oyster and absinthe den, Maison Premiere, oversees the kitchen. Fill up on thoughtfully composed cheese and charcuterie boards—soft-ripened brebis with eggplant ...Read the full review

posted on May 9, 2014
Toro
review by Tara Q. Thomas

But perhaps the strongest evidence that NYC has embraced Spanish cuisine in all its variety is at Toro, a sprawling space in an area more known for nightclubs than places you go to actually eat. Get past the bankers and the models and check out the menu: Sea urchin  ...Read the full review

posted on March 14, 2014
The Truffle Table
review by Kendra Anderson

Restaurant industry vets Karin and Rob Lawler took over the cheese emporium The Truffle in 2007; now they’ve launched The Truffle Table, a cozy LoHi space. Take your cheese straight or delve into the menu, which presents cheese in game-changing guises, like a pumpkin pain d’epices with warm ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Purple
review by Allison Austin Sheff

Looking for a place to take a date who’s not entirely sold on your wine habit, yet where you can still drink well and interestingly? Head to Purple, Seattle’s homegrown wine bar mini-chain. There’s plenty of wine geek catnip on the list (Jérôme Pr ...Read the full review

posted on September 17, 2013
Coqueta
review by Barbara Haimes

After a career spent focusing on Italian cuisine, Michael Chiarello takes on Spain at Coqueta. The glowing dining room and pocket-sized glass box of a bar are wedged against the bay along San Francisco’s Embarcadero. Walk-ins from the promenade stop by for small plates of Manchego, white anchovies ...Read the full review

posted on September 17, 2013
1601 Bar & Kitchen
review by Luke Sykora

Before opening this trim 50-seat spot in SOMA, Brian Fernando spent a decade working at San Jose’s Le Papillon, eventually becoming chef de cuisine at that precise, high-concept restaurant. Here, the food is much more personal: He focuses on the Sri Lankan flavors he grew up with (on ...Read the full review

First Page 1 2 Next Page » Last Page