Sharing tapas with friends is a great way to bond and much more filling than taking turns nibbling on one peanut butter sandwich. Pass some plates with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Spanish tapas and drinks
- $29 for $60 worth of Spanish tapas and drinks for four or more
Tapas dishes range from $5.95 to $11.95 and include empanadas, chorizo, steamed mussels, Moorish-style skewered pork, and potatoes in spicy tomato sauce. The drinks menu is comprised of flavored specialty teas, housemade sangria, and bottled beers.
Don Quijote Restaurant
Originally from a small village in the mountainous region of Galicia in Spain, Carlos Rivero opened his first restaurant in Madrid before moving to the United States. It was his dream to introduce Americans to his native cuisine, and after several years of planning, he found his spot in downtown Valparaiso, Indiana. As head chef of Don Quijote, Carlos works with his assistant chef and business partner Elena Jambrina—also a native of Spain—to serve a menu of fresh seafood delivered weekly, 25 different tapas dishes, four versions of paella, bocadillos, flan, and other specialties from their home country, as well as over 110 Spanish wines.
Inside Don Quijote’s dining room, guests share meals and wine by candlelight while a continuous slide show provides them with a visual tour of Spain. In the warmer months, guests can drink and dine outside for an experience reminiscent of European sidewalk cafés that’s infinitely more pleasant than sitting on a curb reciting the rules of Spanish verb conjugation.
87% of 483 customers recommend
“Spanish ham was very good! They have good slections of Spanish wine. Homemade desert was also excellent.”
“Excellent food and service.”
“Wonderful place to enjoy a lovely array of tapas , a fabulous paella for two, lamb, seafood; all prepared by a Spanish Chef who loves his garlic. You will be treated...”
“Wonderful place to enjoy a lovely array of tapas , a fabulous paella for two, lamb, seafood; all prepared by a Spanish Chef who loves his garlic. You will be treated as a guest, not a customer. Usually music on Saturday. Many events for Valentines Day and a wild game buffet scheduled in March.”