We love tapas and have been coming here for years. Friendly staff and great food. Very authentic also (we have visited Spain and enjoyed tapas there and this very favorably compares).
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This place always fun for a group. Service is has been good and attentive although they always are busy. The menu offers tons of choices, both hot and cold. Food is very tasty. The spicy red potatoes, garlic shrimp, chix croquettes and steak with onions...More
Went to dinner before a concert at Joe's and this place was awesome. There were 4 of us and we decided to sit in the bar area because we where to hungry to wait the 20min for a table. The bar area was crowded but...More
Good Paella; would have preferred a bit more socarrat. Tapas delightful; only downside is the place has the acoustics of a boiler factory.
After an afternoon of visiting the One of a Kind art festival at the Merchandise Mart, we had a relaxing dinner of tapas and sangria. They have a gluten free menu which was an added plus. Wonderful service.
Met some other people at Cafe Iberico on a Friday night. I have not been there for at least 15 years. Not sure why it took so long to go back but it did. When we arrived at about 7:30 the place was packed. Fortunately...More
I've been coming to this Tapas restaurant for over 20 years and have never been disappointed. This only complaint I would have is that there are always tons of people waiting to get a table on the weekends but other than that the food is...More
Stopped in for 'snack' on Sunday, about 5:00 PM. No wait for table...although they started taking names after we were seated. We enjoyed the a few of the specials-Trios of Soup and the Seared Tuna in Black Bean Sauce. Soups were good, but the tuna...wow!...More