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Have a great time with friends at Tapas Bar. As the name suggests, this place specializes in little portions of many items! The best thing about a tapas restaurant, is that you have the opportunity to taste several dishes. The list here includes delights such as anchovies, prawns, and cheese varieties are excellent tries. Complete your meal with some excellent Sangria!
Bar Tapas Teatro is a very popular tapas bar which always seems to be full. The selection of tapas is vast and cocktails are plentiful The sangria (which can be ordered in one liter jugs) is refreshing and tasty, the atmosphere is fun and the well-dressed locals seem up for a joke or two. The interior is restrained yet attractive, with a long bar, tables and wooden panels.
Several little portions of delicious food. That's the best part about a tapas bar, you aren't stuck with a portion of two dishes! The restaurant menu features an extensive wine list, with some excellent selections. The service is quick and efficient, with polite and professional staff.
Billiards with Brecht? Pasta with Pasternak? How about both! This is one of the most imaginative of Munich's bars. For twenty years local people have been eating and drinking here, in the company of high and low brow literature. The walls are lined with thousands of assorted books. The annexe is very popular, having a very busy pool table. The bar is kept by a colorful trio: a social educationalist, a furrier and a faith healer and you can quickly sense that they really enjoy running their bar. This is a place to spend a congenial evening with friends. The menu features typical 'Osteria' fare with pasta and tapas.
Made with organic ingredients, the cocktails are the best bet at The Potting Shed. This comfortable cocktail bar serving a full tapas menu along with wines deserves a special mention for the amount of fun that one can experience while dining in its ambience. It leaves no stone unturned to ensure that all diners have a good time. Enjoy the live music nights that are organized and much loved by the locals.
On offer are more than thousands of Spanish tapas at Marbella, ranging from Gambas, Albóndigas, Croquetas, Embutidos to Sopa de ajo. If you are looking for nachos and chips, then Marbella is not the place you are looking for. The mainly Spanish staff serves you tapas that are freshly prepared, right in-front of your eyes. For those with a sweet tooth, the Crema Catalana is simply irresistible. Team your small plates with a bottle of wine and there you are, all set for a great evening!
A genuine tapas bar, Volkart is not an anomaly in the restaurant scene of Munich. However, its Mediterranean roots and Spanish hospitality, puts this place in a different category altogether. For those who wish to taste the spiciness and cultural diversity of Spain, Volkart nearly hits home. The Olives, octopus, croquetas and chipriones are highly recommended. You can also watch the Jammon Serrano being cut in-front of the guests. The simplistic yet pleasant premises of this restaurant can also be rented for gatherings, parties or even a romantic dinner.
Experience Spanish tapas in a warm and friendly atmosphere at La Tasca, a small independent restaurant in Neuhasen. Exposed brick walls and the Spanish motifs work together to create a rustic and ethnic decor that complements the food well. Choose from 16 hot and 16 cold tapas, and pair them with handcrafted cocktails, beer or wine. Service is friendly and prices are grounded, making this neighborhood place a must-visit when in the area.