Tapas are the Spanish equivalent of appetizers, and the tasty treats that bring a capacity crowd to Tapa The World. The decor, atmosphere, traditional ... More
Tapa the World
Tapas are the Spanish equivalent of appetizers, and the tasty treats that bring a capacity crowd to Tapa The World. The decor, atmosphere, traditional Spanish cuisine and homemade Sangria transport you to Old World Spain. The Empanadas (meat pies) or Patatas Bravas (spicy potato cubes dipped in a delicious tomato sauce) are just an example of the many tapas on the menu. For a main dish, try the delightfully presented paella or one of tapas seafood dishes.
The atmosphere is wonderful, the sangria rocks, however, I never found the entrees to be all that outstanding. The venison is pretty darn good though.
Another thing that disturbs teh atmosphere a little is that the guitar music over bearingly loud. If they would tone that down a little, it would make the whole experience a little more enjoyable.
After visitng Spain and Portugal on repeated trips, Tapa World is a great place to relive the food life of Spain. The food was routinely good, the wine outstanding, and the ambience acceptable. I would recommend repeated visits...it's that good!
Great Spanish style tappas. The rock shrimp is my favorite. Their specials are always good. And try a mojito to drink you won't be sorry. The ambiance is at its best when they have a live guitarist perform. Plus they are open til midnight so you can go after a movie,play, or concert.
... and LOVED it! I tried the mushrooms. Which I usually don't set foot near. They were excellent. I've never found mushrooms anywhere else I'll eat. Not on pizza, not in spaghetti, under no circumstances. But at Tapas not only did I try them, I actually liked them. I'd advise one to try the dinning at Tapas and be adventurous. They obviously can't screw something up! Try some thing new... I don't think they can let you down... Enjoy!
I liked that when my boyfriend and I were driving down J street looking for a place to eat, they were open. The food was okay, I am not sure, I have only been here once and I got tomato soup. Their was a man playing the fiddle right next to us though and that was very romantic. This is good for small groups or you and a friend. I like the outside patio even though its small. Probably not good for young children.
Simply put Tapa the World is a trendy restaurant that doesn't offer anything unique. The food is served in small portions, like many fine restaurants, but the quality is definitely lacking. Pricing is a bit high and service is downright terrible. They do have a decent bar and selection of wines, but that's about it. I really do think that Tapa's is really only popular because late at night the only alternatives are Denny's, Lyon's, and fast food. Other than a haven for bar-hoppers trying to sober up, I would not recomment Tapa's.
Ive never had so much excellent cheap food at one place. Every item on the menu is unique and awesome. I would recommend a dish, but i cant think of one i like more than the others..you cant loose here.
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