Choose from Four Options
- $15 for $30 worth of tapas for two or more, valid Sunday through Thursday
- $15 for $30 worth of tapas for two or more, valid any day
- $25 for $50 worth of tapas for four or more, valid Sunday through Thursday
- $25 for $50 worth of tapas for four or more, valid any day
Bulerias (Bull-eh-dia's) Tapas Bar’s seasonal tapas menu currently includes wintery options such as artichokes in citrus dressing, cured salmon served with Spanish capers, roasted red peppers, and garlic crostini, and cantimpalo chorizo cold cuts served with slices of manchego cheese. Pairings from the wine list include Opera Prima red or white ($19/bottle). See the full menu.
Diners can enjoy the live sounds of flamenco fusion band Karpah on Wednesday, January 9, 16, and 23 at 8 p.m.
Bulerias (Bull-eh-dia's) Tapas Bar
Bulerias (Bull-eh-dia's) Tapas Bar serves small plates of authentic Spanish food—including vegetables, organic salads, seafood, rice, poultry and other meats, and imported Spanish cheeses—365 days a year, even on Christmas. While the menu changes seasonally, tapas dishes may include steamed potatoes with creamy garlic aioli, empanadas stuffed with Spanish chorizo, or bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with goat cheese. Bites can be paired with a glass or pitcher of homemade bottled sangria, called "Bulerias," in red, white, and peach varieties. On certain nights, diners can also listen to live music while they enjoy the seasonal menu.
The service was fantastic. Our waiter was friendly and made good recommendations. The food came out very quickly too.Amanda F., Yelp, 8/18/12
perfectly cooked and seasoned steak with potatoes on the side. The meat was so tender that I didn't even need a knife to cut it.Christina G., Yelp, 12/5/12
84% of 82 customers recommend
“Love it there.”
“The portions were a very healthy size for tapas and we look forward to coming back!”
“The food was even better than the last time I went there. The asparagus soup was delicious, the green sauce for the emapanadas was delicious, and the patatas bravas...”
“The food was even better than the last time I went there. The asparagus soup was delicious, the green sauce for the emapanadas was delicious, and the patatas bravas were on fire! Excellent!”
3651 N Southport Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60613