Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for meal for two, including two tapas, one paella, and two sangrias ($81 value)
- $79 for meal for four, including four tapas, one paella, and four sangrias ($124 value)
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Tapas y Tintos
It could be the paella simmering with fresh seafood, or the free-range ham from Spanish forests, or the nearly 20 distinct types of gin that helps guests imagine that they're in Spain and not Miami Beach. At Tapas y Tintos, any number of details transport visitors to the Iberian Peninsula. Upon arrival, folks take in walls blanketed in photos and paraphernalia of flamenco dancers, matadors, and soccer players, which blend seamlessly with dark wooden tables, cozy leather booths, and a stately bar boasting Spanish tiles along the sides.
Once seated, diners can peruse the tappas menu dotted with everything from anchovies and black tiger shrimp to sautéed garlic mushrooms and Manchego cheese. For heartier meals, they can dig into the house specialty, paella, brimming with either seafood such as scallops, fish, and shrimp or sausage, chicken, and pork loin.
No dinner would be complete without one of Tapas y Tintos' beverages—especially if you're a gin aficionado. The bistro shelves multiple varieties to choose from, such as licorice and lime, cinnamon and orange, and grapefruit and juniper. Wine connoisseurs, on the other hand, have their pick of tempranillo, syrah, and Albariño varietals amongst others, which they can sip while taking in live flamenco showcases or DJ'ed dance parties.