Like voluntary tasings and constructive criticism, some meals are best when delivered in small doses. Snack in stride with today's Groupon to Ibiza Tapas Wine Bar in Northampton. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of Spanish cuisine
- For $35, you get $80 worth of Spanish cuisine for four
At Ibiza Tapas Wine Bar, chefs festoon small plates with an award-winning menu of traditional Spanish tapas and their modern descendants. Pork and veal meatballs in a saffron broth ($7.75) make for flavorful appetizers, shared meals, or juggling accoutrements. Meanwhile, the escalivada’s roasted vegetables disguise their health benefits beneath a blanket of melted mahones cheese ($7.75). Chefs also embellish a range of meats and seafood with modern flourishes, such as goat cheese, lime aioli, and oatmeal beer sauce. Otherwise, the paella speckles a canvas of saffron rice with chorizo, chicken, and succulent morsels of fresh seafood ($25 for two people). Diners can break from chewing or checking their reflections in the spoons to ogle the eye-grabbing orange and burgundy walls populated by shadows from a dramatically lit bar.
Ibiza Tapas Wine Bar
Voted the area's best place for tapas in 2012 by readers of the Valley Advocate, Ibiza Tapas Wine Bar swells with the aroma of Spanish small plates. The culinary team whips up traditional dishes such as fried spiced potatoes and spanish veal and pork meatballs alongside modern creations such as babyback ribs with fried potatoes and barbecue aioli and short ribs in caramelized garlic and oatmeal beer sauce. Their menu also includes paellas, fideuas, and gluten-free Catalan-style crème brûlée, which guests can wash down with beer, sangria, or a wealth of white and red wine from the dramatically lit stone bar. Orange and burgundy walls enliven Ibiza's lounge-like dining room, where patrons can enjoy dinner or parties of 40–80 guests or retired Zorro's can feast at private soirees.