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Price:
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Neighborhood:
Charles North
Cuisine:
Mediterranean, Salads, Soup, Spanish, Tapas
Features:
Award Winning, Catering, Cheese Selection, Dinner, Good for Groups, No Reservations, Outdoor Dining, Romantic, Small Plates, Wheelchair Accessible
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Tapas Teatro

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1711 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
410.332.0110

http://tapasteatro.net


Hours:
Monday - Monday : Closed - Closed
Tuesday - Thursday : 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Friday - Friday : 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday - Saturday : 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM

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Description:

Now serving late-night tapas. Voted Best Urban Professional Bar. Small plates...big pleasure





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Overall rating: 5.0 of 5 (1 people).

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User Comments

Noodle says
July 13, 2011

This place is to-die-for! To begin with, the service is awesome. Chris is a wonderfully delightful server and manager, with witty charm that keeps you engaged and smiling. Dining on the patio is great, as the inside is a bit too chilly, and outside there is still nice enough of a breeze to keep that brow cool. Don't forget about people watching! Tuesday night is $10 pitchers of sangria night. And it is nothing like the watered down, overly sweet, and cheap tasting stuff you get at chain restaurants. Just the right kick!

If you are unsure of what to order, ask your server. the recommendations were SPOT ON! Ask for the lamb chops with rhubarb bbq, but request them medium rare. They still came well done (sheesh, always happens that way for me!), but were delectably juicy. The arugula salad offered a nice pepperiness, while the light drizzle of balsamic complemented the perfectly ripe tomato slices and red onion. The pepperoncini grilled squid was tangy, with a charred flavor. I was not as wild about these as my dining partner. And for being a spicy food addict, I was shocked at that fact. Just something betweeen the rosemary and pepperoncinis didn't meld quite right for me. For all of you veggie lovers, the sauteed spinach with lemon and pine nuts on their special menu was a nice side dish. Perfectly toasted pine nuts atop the not-too-soggy bright green spinach. I wanted it all for myself and was a bit disappointed in the meager portion. Oh yeah, I'm at a tapas place....

I have not tried the paellas, but would love some insight on their taste. Upon a few more delicous plates, we finally decided to go for the dessert. It was an ice cream sundae. No, not the stuff from the machine and a plastic bottle, but real, locally made vanilla bean ice cream with slightly salted almond bark resting on top of the sherry drizzle. It reminded me of the taste of gourmet ice cream combined with a little pure vanilla extract your mom makes those Christmas cookies with. Try dipping the almond bark in the leftover sherry and bit of melted ice cream in the bottom of the glass. I think that's what heaven tastes like.

 





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