Time Out says
Lincoln Park loves its tapas joints, and this is the granddaddy of them all. The ingredients are fresh and of good quality: Zesty Manchego, full-bodied olive oil, tangy anchovies and spicy chorizo fill the menu. Thick bacon is wrapped around juicy dates and roasted, and sherry tomato sauce tops tiny, tender meatballs. We can’t find a thread of saffron in our paella, but most of the loud, sangria-filled patrons don’t seem to mind.
2024 N Halsted St
|Cross street:||between Armitage and Dickens Aves|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown, Purple (rush hrs) to Armitage; Red to Fullerton. Bus: 8, 11, 37, 73, 74.|
|Price:||Average tapa: $6|
|Opening hours:||Brunch (Sat, Sun), lunch (Fri- Sun), dinner|
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Users say (8)
Average User Rating
5 / 5
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This place is amazing! Try the Hanger steak or short rib this season & top it off with a pitcher of sangria. Great atmosphere and the staff is always nice.
Best resturant in Lincoln Park! Delisious food, great variety, lots of drinks, resonably priced and great staff
Everything on the menu. Don't forget sangria. This is one LEY restaurant that always is a great time.
I've come here for brunch a lot but I haven't been to dinner here yet. For Father's Day I took my dad here and he had the absolute best time at the unlimited Bloody Mary bar. You can create you own with gazpacho, house-made mix, bacon, shrimp, celery and a whole bunch of other fixings. Our server suggested using pepper flavored vodka which really upgraded our drinks!