“Tapas y Tintos” Restaurant on Española WayPosted on: July 31st, 2015 by SoFlaNights.com
“Tapas y Tintos” is a Spanish/Basque tapas restaurant & bar that has been bringing authenticity and flavor to the Spanish-inspired, historic street of Española Way in Miami Beach since 1981. From ceiling to floor, the walls are covered with authentic photographs and decor of Spanish novelties such as Spanish Matador costumes, Spanish fans, Flamenco dancers and Spain’s beloved soccer teams.
Tapas y Tintos has developed a menu with authentic Spanish dishes that range from “Tapas y Raciones” or small plates, and homemade croquettes with choice of chicken, cod, or ham, priced from $9 to $18, and can be shared on their own as a way to taste the wide menu. The star of the menu, is the house special “Arroces” with choice of Seafood Paella or Meat Paella (chicken, pork loin, sausage) that serves 2 people at $35 each. On the menu, you can also find “Tablas” or cold cuts boards with assortments of cured meats and cheeses with Selection of Iberico Cured Meats for $45, as well as seafood and meet entrees ranging from $21-$32. You can finish your evening with traditional desserts like the “Crema Catalana”, “Tarta de Santiago”, or “Tia’s Flan”, each for $8.95.
Stop by for daily happy hour to enjoy $5.99 Sangria, Mojitos and Beers! Also don’t forget to reserve your seat for the only live flamenco show on Miami Beach, “El Rincón del Flamenco” starting at 9pm on weekend nights. Every Friday and Saturday nights, join “La Marcha Nights” the late night bar kicking-off at midnight with live DJ entertainment. Enjoy brunch every Saturday and Sunday starting at Noon. Hours of operation are: Monday to Thursday from 5PM to close, and Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12PM to close. For reservations call 305-538-8272. #TapasyTintos
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