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Oloroso, a Spanish tapas restaurant in Philadelphia
Photograph: Courtesy Oloroso

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Chef Townsend Wentz has proved his mastery of French fare at his eponymous Passyunk spot, he’s expertly executed Italian at A Mano in Fairmount and is now on to Spanish small plates in Midtown Village. Named for an easy sipping sherry typically matched with tapas, the menu is built for grazing with classics like croquetas, boquerones and sharable pans of paella. A Spanish-leaning wine list is complemented with pours of bright Basque cider, various vermouths and of course, a selection of food-friendly sherries.

Written by
Caroline Coral


1121 Walnut St
Cross street:
between S 11th and 12th Sts
Opening hours:
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