One basic position of Tango is an “abrazo,” meaning an “embrace” or a “hug” in Spanish. Fittingly, the bar’s atmosphere is warm and cozy, unlike most of the restaurants and bars in frenetic Gangnam Station area, which makes it perfect for a date or a simple night out with friends. As you enter, it greets you with romantic chansons and a wall replica of Klimt’s Fulfillment, and you’re only one sip away from falling in love. Abrazo 812 has about 80 kinds of wine on their menu, ranging from affordable 20,000 to 40,000 won selections to the owner’s personal collection which isn’t available anywhere else in Korea. You can purchase a bottle of wine for yourself or as a gift at with a 20 to 30 percent discount. As for the food, we recommend the signature dish, the Two-Tiered Abrazo consisting of caprese salad with special sauce and chopped steak, which pairs well with Baltasar Garnacha (Spain) priced at 40,000 won.
|Venue name:||Abrazo 812|
29, Bongeunsa-ro 4-gil,
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 18:30~02:30 Sat-Sun 17:30~02:00|
|Transport:||Line 2 Gangnam Station|
|Price:||Baltasar Garnacha priced at 40,000 won, Two-tiered Abrazo 33,000 won.|