Sunday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Monday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Tuesday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Wednesday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Thursday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Friday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Saturday 4-6pm: 1/2-price sangria. 1/2-off selected tapas.
Sunday 11 a.m. to midnight
Monday 11 a.m. to midnight
Tuesday 11 a.m. to midnight
Wednesday 11 a.m. to midnight
Thursday 11 a.m. to midnight
Friday 11 a.m. to midnight
Saturday 11 a.m. to midnight
Cuisine Small Plates/Tapas, Spanish
Price range of entrées $13 - $22
Delivery Yes
Outdoor seating Yes
Party room Yes
Reservations accepted Yes
Kids menu No
Occasional live music Yes
Vegetarian friendly Yes
Vegan friendly Yes
Payment Options Accepts credit cards

Comments

jdblanco July 21, 2009 @ 6:23 p.m.

I know, I know, my ratings are schizophrenic. But it's largely because the owner of the restaurant was acting like such a racist when we went. It was our friend's birthday (he's Af-Am, I'm Filipino, and my brother's family was visiting from NYC). Since we were such a big group, we asked for a bigger table (or group of tables), but the owner didn't want to move us. We were perplexed, so our other friend (who was Spanish) tried to mediate. That's when the owner went off on him (and us), saying things like we were causing a ruckus for everyone, and we should know what kind of patrons the restaurant attracted, gesturing at two white girls with blonde hair sitting next to us. Then he starting cussing indirectly at my friend, calling him an hijo de p*** and other crap. Man, I'm never going there again. But if you're white and blonde and attractive, I think it would be a very hospitable place. The waiters were nice to us and the food was actually good, it's just that, you know, the owner just happened to be acting like a racist.

On a larger level, I think it's funny when Spaniards act racist. You'd think that people whose culture owes itself in large part to the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas, would be at least a little more aware that they're as colored as the rest of us. And the funniest thing about it was that my friend is a well-known professor! Well, I guess that's how people are sometimes. I actually felt bad for my Spanish friend, who felt that the owner gave Spain a bad name. He did, but that's how people are sometimes.

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jerome July 24, 2009 @ 7:54 a.m.

THE ACLU will help you with this racist FREE> and becarefull; in todays entitalled mentality> money based and racially based accusations could buy ya jackpot of trouble so always use the word alleged now we also know that racism is used to fatten wallets, blondie has money always.....any one else might just be looking for special ocaasion celebrateing and not regular spenders so they are profiled as a non returning customer and soooo get out of my hood; $ base profiling+racisist based profiling especially in the resturant bussiness is overwheming regardless of the money makers race CALL ACLU the cussing is enuf for a suit with witnesses that you definately have

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