About this business

  • Cuisine
    Tapas, Spanish
  • Meals
    Dinner

Tips

Laura B.
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Report | a year ago
Alexis is the bestest! Insist on her section.
Pat C.
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Report | a year ago
Interested in the pig roast
Carol H.
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Report | a year ago
Service was excellent.
raushan h.
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Report | a year ago
Awesome date night place
natalie
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Report | a year ago
Service is wonderful.
Elizabeth O.
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Report | a year ago
The food was good, but I don't see why 20% tip was added to the bill instead of the standard 18%. Also, upon signing the check, I see there was a spot for an additional tip. Was I supposed to leave even more for a tip?? A bit odd, to say the least.
CHRISTINA A.
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Report | a year ago
Outstanding Bartender then even more outstanding wait staff
nancy F.
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Report | a year ago
We will be back very often
andy s.
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Report | a year ago
Make a better creme brulee w a cold inside n a hard brown sugar top.good n passable but not great. We had to ask for coffee refills but otherwise terrific service. We will bee back.
ART W.
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Report | a year ago
Out of food limited menu
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From Our Editors

The chefs at Tapas Lantana source produce from an Indiantown farm and also dry-age their own beef in-house. These local ingredients help lend homey flavors to the menu of Spanish-influenced small plates such as sliders with ground beef, chorizo, and shoestring plantains. The chefs can also customize paella for a whole table of guests by infusing the rice dish with paprika, garlic, and the diners' choice of four ingredients, such as chorizo, scallops or wild mushrooms.

Dark wooden tones, candelabras with drips of dried wax, and an immense marble-topped bar help to create a rustic ambiance inside what Boca Raton magazine described as "one of the prettiest dining rooms this side of the Mississippi." Along the sunset-orange walls, an extensive selection of Spanish, Italian, and South American wines rest in cubbies, like pet dragons during first-grade naptime.

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