All posts tagged "tapas"

  • Cheers to Spanish Vermouth (The Feed Podcast)

    In France, you might start off a meal with some bubbly from Champagne or an aperitif like Lillet. In America, it seems like everyone is...

  • Eating Barcelona (Chicago Tribune – Travel)

    I spent the better part of a week eating my way through Barcelona this summer, taking some recommendations from colleagues of mine who eat there...

  • Regional Spanish Cooking Expands in Chicago

    Spanish food and drink are enjoying a resurgence in Chicago, and we’re not talking about tapas bars. That “small plates” concept is certainly still around,...

  • Eating in Barcelona

    Landlocked Madrid is a tough sell in the summertime, especially when Barcelona, located on the sun-kissed Mediterranean, is only a two-and-a-half hour bullet train ride...

  • Eating in Madrid

    “Don’t eat paella in Madrid,” one Twitter follower implored. “Let me know if you’re going to Barcelona, because I have a friend who staged there...

  • Bar Raval

    I’m a big fan of Bar Isabel, so when I heard they were opening a tapas bar, I had pretty high hopes. It delivered on...

  • Toro

    Toro brings Barcelona-style tapas to Boston’s South End. Chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette have crafted a menu of traditional and modern Spanish-style small platters...

  • March Madness at Tavernita

    Tavernita’s well-stocked bar is sure to be popular with fans Basketball lovers can get excited for a whole new reason thanks to the upcoming March...

  • The Bazaar at the SLS Hotel

    It’s swanky, it’s expensive and it’s not your typical South Beach restaurant. I think the fleet of Maybachs and Mercedes out front gave it away....

  • Contrasting Croquettes in Singapore

      By Rachel Tan Hapless Intern   They are oblong parcels of delicious ingredients. Some might say, an upscale Hot Pocket. The croquette is both...

  • Soccer & Tapas at Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba!

    Soccer.. football.. call it whatever you want. But regardless of its many cultural variations, one fact remains constant no matter where you are: Soccer and...