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Tinto



114 S 20th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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(215) 665-9150

  • Sun - 10:30am - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Thu 5:00pm - 10:00pm
  • Fri - Sat 5:00pm - 12:00am

Cuisine: Greek Restaurants, Most Romantic Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 72 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • YJ RThis place makes Philadelphia proud. Each dish was very tasty. Especially wagyu with romesco, white asparagus, lamb chop, and scallop were the best!

    55555 by YJ R


  • Rachel AGreat brunch menu with creative dishes

    55555 by Rachel A


  • Faridih BologniniGreen beans are a must!

    55555 by Faridih Bolognini


  • Joe C.This was our first time eating tapas and we loved it. We went with the chef's tasting menu and had more than enough food. The octopus, green beans and pork stew are out of this world.

    55555 by Joe C.


  • Irene DGet there early. Definitely try the White sangria.

    55555 by Irene D


  • Matt H.Some tapas decent, most mediocre. Try the bomba rice or duck montadito.

    33333 by Matt H.


  • Lissa GMy go-to for tapas and great (large) wine list. Funky decor. Weekends will always have a wait, but worth it.

    55555 by Lissa G


  • Larisa GrollemondNice Spanish wine list, good cocktails, and amazing small plates. Don't skip the albondigas!

    55555 by Larisa Grollemond


  • Ali A.Keep and eye on the staff and he dishes you order; otherwise outstanding food and wine selection; perfect date spot

    55555 by Ali A.


  • Emilie FuttermanGreat wine list and tapas, I recommend the bacon dates and the Brussel sprouts.

    55555 by Emilie Futterman


  • Danielle H.The $75 tasting menu was one of the best meals of my life. Octopus, steak, and lamb dishes were highlights!

    55555 by Danielle H.


  • Amy L.Tapas Deluxe. Have the Chefs choice to try a variety. They work around your like/dislike foods!

    55555 by Amy L.


  • Jennifer M.The tasting menu is amazing!

    55555 by Jennifer M.


  • Marissa Tiernogreat tapas

    55555 by Marissa Tierno


  • Ryan CGreat date spot for unique tapas in Philly.

    55555 by Ryan C


  • Jeremy C.Like full-bodied red wine? Try a glass of Rejadorada Toro. Lovely tannins and nice kick at the finish. Pair it with the shortrib tapas. Pow!

    55555 by Jeremy C.


  • Raj S.The tapas menu here isn't extensive, but it's pretty good. Cocktails are well crafted with many options. My personal favourite was the octopus, I recommend it highly.

    55555 by Raj S.


  • Liz BThe octopus is great.

    55555 by Liz B


  • The Wall Street JournalTry the tapas dishes, such as sea bass and octopus. Their citrusy flavor is like ceviche, perfect for seafood.

    55555 by The Wall Street Journal


  • Neal J.Lamb brochettes (with a refreshing center of eggplant) and duck confit montaditos and pulpo: wow, what a trio! (The lamb is my top pick.)

    55555 by Neal J.


  • Elsie H.The onion soup is tasty!

    55555 by Elsie H.


  • Kate DTry the white sangria and duck confit. Amazing.

    55555 by Kate D


  • Era S.One of my favorite meals in Philly! Great ambiance and amazing Spanish tapas! Good selection of wine and cheeses, and get the jamon starter and pork belly!

    55555 by Era S.


  • Sandy N.Order the Chef's choice tasting menu. You won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Sandy N.


  • Samuel R.Fantastic place! Just about everything I had was Delicious! 👍💃💃

    55555 by Samuel R.


  • Mike H.Nice ambience downstairs and around the bar area. Try the tapas.

    55555 by Mike H.


  • JeszikaaTapas and sangria = great Saturday night in Philly!

    55555 by Jeszikaa


  • Thomas K.Sit at the bar and have some small plates. Great evening.

    55555 by Thomas K.


  • Emily M.This has been a Philly favorite of mine since 2009. I know I can order anything on the menu and it will be amazing. Fabulous wine selection as well. Fantastic service. Definitely try the duck!

    55555 by Emily M.


  • Steve D.classy wine bar. go for dinner

    55555 by Steve D.


  • Michael P.the truffle chestnut soup is to die for. get it with a side of crushed pistachio nuts. the pork belly comes in a close second.

    55555 by Michael P.


  • Xtel v.Try to get a dinner reservation here if you're going to be in Philly. Amazing food, great experience.

    55555 by Xtel v.


  • Luis A.Jose Garces restaurant especialzado en tapas franco españolas.

    55555 by Luis A.


  • Tiffany H.Pork belly and duck for sure

    55555 by Tiffany H.


  • Aileen T.the green beans are surprisingly delicious! also noteworthy are wild mushrooms, kobe beef, and pulpo

    55555 by Aileen T.


  • Stephen L.Watch out for the soap dispenser in the first bathroom. It will get ya.

    22222 by Stephen L.


  • Clay W.Amada's pricier sibling. Also great Spanish small plates, this time Pintxos. Foursquare says it's a breakfast spot, but I've only done dinner.

    55555 by Clay W.


  • Reinhold ResidentialDrawing inspiration from the rich cultural and culinary traditions of Basque country, Tinto is tantalizing Northern Spanish cuisine at its finest. Try the duck confit montadito.

    55555 by Reinhold Residential


  • Jitsiri M.Fresh seafood with awesome sauce. However, the dish is a bit too small.

    55555 by Jitsiri M.


  • Domenico G.The best albondigas I've ever had!!! And don't forget desert!!!!!!!!

    55555 by Domenico G.


  • Dining Out for Life PHLMake your reservation now! Tinto is participating in Dining Out for Life 2012 by donating 33% of every meal sold on Thursday, April 26. Dine Out, Fight AIDS! To learn more about the cause:

    33333 by Dining Out for Life PHL


  • Chris C.JG is my idol, but I think I prefer Garces Trading Company and Amada for tapas

    55555 by Chris C.


  • Julia D.Get the lamb chops. So delicious.

    55555 by Julia D.


  • Colleen M.The artichokes are DIVINE!!!!

    55555 by Colleen M.


  • Philadelphia MagazineA great place for drinking wine, especially if you can get the railing seat that looks out on 20th. Just settle in and watch the world go by.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Foobooz PhiladelphiaTry the Reina Maria. One of the 20 best drinks in Philly.

    55555 by Foobooz Philadelphia


  • Philadelphia MagazineGo for the seat with a view by the railing. A great place to casually sip on a nice glass of wine.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Nina C.Restaurant week includes 5 courses for 35 dollars! Best deal in philly

    55555 by Nina C.


  • Jason K.An incredible selection of Basque pixtos in heart of Philly. This is arguably Jose Garces most highly regarded culinary venue. Bacon wrapped lamb and eggplant & truffled chestnut soup. Done.

    55555 by Jason K.


  • Philadelphia MagazineTinto made Philadelphia Magazine's list of 50 Best Restaurant's!

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Victoria L.Tasting menu is definitely worth $55, especially for indecisive people and first-timers...so much delicious food

    55555 by Victoria L.


  • Ashley N.The truffles chestnut soup is the best thing you'll ever eat.

    55555 by Ashley N.


  • Jason K.Ask for me when you come in ;)

    33333 by Jason K.


  • Jason K.Deluxe Tasting if you want to ball out. Dry aged New York strip with truffle goat cheese cream and peppercorn veal jus alone makes it worth the cost.

    55555 by Jason K.


  • NatalieTruffled chestnut soup is the best soup I've ever had!

    55555 by Natalie


  • EB B.Albondigas are some of the best I've had in the city!

    55555 by EB B.


  • KatTry the pulpo. The idiazabal and leonora cheeses are very good. Great wine list.

    55555 by Kat


  • Per S.Too late at night to really enjoy a great meal.

    55555 by Per S.


  • Jaci Y.Get the truffled chestnut soup and thank me later.

    55555 by Jaci Y.


  • Andrew S.Bartenders are horrible.

    11111 by Andrew S.


  • Food NetworkJose Garces's Tinto, a restaurant and wine bar inspired by the Basque region of Northern Spain is serving tasty tapas dishes.

    55555 by Food Network


  • Philadelphia MagazineTry the boquerones with melon, guindilla chili and fried garlic slices—a $6 ticket to anchovy heaven.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Richard P.Chef's Tasting is the best way to go for first timers. Recommendations: Duck under "Canapes" and the Organic Chicken

    55555 by Richard P.


  • Emily C.You gotta try to Pulpo! Best in town.

    55555 by Emily C.


  • BravoKevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo


  • Philadelphia MagazineHalf-price sangria (white or red, $4) from 5 to 7 p.m.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Philadelphia MagazineOn Sundays, there's a $25 prix-fixe brunch, which includes your choice of first course (like tortilla espanola or homemade granola), second course, side dish and dessert.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Elizabeth L.The scallops are amazing!

    55555 by Elizabeth L.


  • Susan L.Arugula salad was so tasty - figs and ham,yum.

    55555 by Susan L.


  • @A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPadLooking for a new white wine? Go with Castiila y Leon'a unique Albillo grape variety by Yunquera (West/Galicia). A nice option with generous fruit & nice citrus. Visit agwine.com for more wine tips.

    55555 by @A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPad


  • Angela ETry the chef's tasting. Amazing.

    55555 by Angela E


  • Nikki D.The sopa de castano was fantastic. avoid sitting upstairs because of the smoke from kitchen.

    33333 by Nikki D.


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