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The Tapas Bar is nestled serenely in a remodeled three-story mansion. They have a series of small, cozy rooms decorated with buttery yellow walls and tablecloths with dark wood accents. There is a buzzing bar up front and several private party rooms as well. A DJ spins hip salsa and meringue music and they also feature live entertainment and dancing too. The Tapas Bar serves authentic Spanish cuisine with an emphasis on hot and cold tapas. Entrée choices feature vegetarian, chicken, seafood and beef. The extensive wine list features domestic and imported selections.
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I agree with the other post. This is a terrible restaurant. The portions are huge but it tastes terrible. They should cut the size of the portion in half and use twice as good ...
I've eaten tapas around the world. This was the worst experience I ever had. Servers poorly trained. Food awful.