Bienvenidos! Welcome to Tapas Flavors of Spain. Tapas opened in Newport Beach in 1992 and offers you authentic Spanish Cuisine and our famous Flamenco ... More
Tapas Restaurant and Nightclub Newport Beach
Bienvenidos! Welcome to Tapas Flavors of Spain. Tapas opened in Newport Beach in 1992 and offers you authentic Spanish Cuisine and our famous Flamenco shows. With a great history of entertainment, we offer Flamenco shows every Friday and Saturday and Tango on Wednesdays. For late night dining, try some of our traditional Spanish Paella, Baked Empanada's, Churro's con Chocolate or patio Taco Bar. You can come and have some of our famous homemade Sangria or Mojitos while you dance to Salsa DJ's and Bands in our nightclub, Fri - Sun. We are located near the Orange County Airport.
most ridiculous restaurant I have ever been.they have cover charge in Wednesday afternoon to go eat in that restaurant and bad service with 18% mandatory tip.
very dirty looking place, fill like downtown tijuana and average food is around $20 plus 18% tip and cover charge at the door.
Went to try TAPAS in Newport Beach as we have been to Spain many times and my Parents are Spanish. I was looking for a Tapas place near us so we decided to try it.. All I can say is YUCK! When we first got their our instincts said to walk right out. My Mama always said to relay on your instincts,I should have listened!
The place is run down, Table clothes were all dingy and had food stains on them!! The floor was dirty. The Sangria was an insult to Hispanics. We tried the crab Croquettes, horrible, they tasted like deep fried frozen food. You can tell they never change the oil! The tab was over 50 bucks and we only had 1 drink each. Boy did we feel ripped off! All that for Watered down Sangria and Frozen bar food! We tried a few other tapas and they too were VERY bad!
Tapas restaurant is for people who have NO TASTE BUDS!
We wont be back ever again.
A Friday night experience at Tapas Newport Beach with a friend turned out to be again the most disappointed of the night. I had the bad experience before but I l discarded as an honest mistake. But the sencond time is not a coincidence. The atmosphere was good, the show and the salsa teaching were entertaining, and the food, I don't even remember. However, tonite for the 2nd time my credit card has been overcharged. Lucky for me that even with a glass of wine I managed to tally up my bill and noticed the huge discrepancy in favor of the restaurant or the service personnel. It is a disgraced to know that the restaurant has not crack down on the thieves they have working as waitresses/waiterss. Yes, there were apologies but they were more like crap we got caught. This is not a one time thing, this has happened before. In order to avoid thieves in the night while I am enjoying my self with friends I decided never go back to Tapas or even recommended to anyone I know or come in contact with.
The Friday evening show was very nice. Dancers in colorful outfits and a guitar player. Place was packed during the show. Food was ok, not great, but I can recommend one dish - the snapper, which was very good. Friendly servers. Show started at 8:10...not 7:30 as advertised...but it was fine. Service is good if you get there early, say around 7 p.m. After 8, it's pretty packed and the servers are busy.
This is great place for food and fun. They have dinner Flamenco shows every Friday and Saturday, with Salsa dancing after. I went with friends for a B-day party, and had the best time. I had never been, and was not expecting to place to be so busy. Food was excellant and the show was so different that anything else I've been to in OC. The Sangria is addicting!
The experience of Tapas is SUBLIME. First of all, the food is great - paella is delicious, and the aioli superb. The flamenco entertainment makes you float into an entirely different world - exotic, ethereal, surreal. After dinner and flamenco is salsa dancing, which of course is FUN FUN FUN! I look forward to enjoying many more nights at Tapas.
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