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1520 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20002

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(202) 319-1404

  • Sun - 5:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Mon - Wed 5:00pm - 12:00am
  • Thu 5:00pm - 12:30am
  • Fri - Sat 5:00pm - 11:00pm

Cuisine: Spanish Restaurants

4.8 of 5.0 from 30 reviews

price range:$11 to $25

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  • 24 Dollar Burger on Jan 07, 2014

    For my main course, I ordered creamy polenta with breakfast sausage and fried eggs. The polenta base was smooth and soft, and it was a nice pairing for the saltiness of the breakfast sausage and the richness of the fried eggs. The dish as a whole was very decadent which I didn't mind at all, and I had no problem finishing it off.

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  • Joseph R.Great tapas. 2-3 per person is good. Definitely try the octopus, brussels sprouts, and the scallions

    55555 by Joseph R.

  • Colleen N.From Washingtonian: watermelon slushito, mini pork belly and pickled pepper sandwich, scrambled eggs with mushrooms and goat cheese, manchego cheeseburger, country bread with honey butter

    55555 by Colleen N.

  • Katherine K.Some of the best food on 14th

    55555 by Katherine K.

  • Kat L.Beet goat cheese sandwich is a must. Papayas bravas were tasty. Next time Try tortilla espanola, foie gras sandwich, spicy chix, and crispy pork belly.

    55555 by Kat L.

  • VenuGreat date place. Saffron infused old raj cocktail with citrus is one of the best in the city. Get ramps when in season.

    55555 by Venu

  • Emily B.The gin cocktails are so good it is rude.

    33333 by Emily B.

  • Gina B.Try the foie gras scrambled eggs with truffle oil for Sunday Brunch! YUM

    55555 by Gina B.

  • Michael C.Pretty terrible service. Skip it.

    11111 by Michael C.


    55555 by Andy F.

  • Washington PostTrue to its name, this Spanish retreat in Logan Circle can be noisy as a "stadium" at full tilt. But good small plates and sherry cocktails are worth any ruckus.

    55555 by Washington Post

  • Chris S.Sat at the bar and got great advice and conversation from two of the bartenders. Excellent food and even better Gintonics!

    55555 by Chris S.

  • Jamie S.It smells like Barcelona up in here! Don't miss the blue crab jalapeno toast, patatas bravas, shrimp, and chargrilled scallions. Oh and hello, rosemary-infused tequila.

    55555 by Jamie S.

  • Ariane M.Pork belly sandwiches are mind blowing. Bring your own wine - Steak entree and sautéed kale were amazing! Try to get seat near windows to watch craziness of DC walk by! Manchego cheesecake - yum.

    55555 by Ariane M.

  • Serious EatsBasque tapas, charcuterie, and other small plates with a bar menu that includes traditional ciders, sherry cocktails, and a bevy of other Spanish beverages.

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Serious EatsPlan ahead to avoid long waits at this super popular tapas spot. Make sure to get the roast corn during the warm months and the crispy brussel sprouts in the off season.

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Bruno S.They have a special vegan menu, and are very accommodating to adjust non-vegan.

    55555 by Bruno S.

  • NaheedThis place is freakin yum!! Best most freshest cheese I've ever had!

    55555 by Naheed

  • Victor J. C.The best devil egg I've ever had!!!

    55555 by Victor J. C.

  • Tim C.Scallops with cauliflower

    55555 by Tim C.

  • Tim C.Halibut with black lentils

    55555 by Tim C.

  • Angel F.Wild mushroom croquettes and mussels were delicious.

    55555 by Angel F.

  • ThePurplePassport.comOn Saturdays and Sundays, they serve up a yummy brunch menu featuring hearty dishes like torrijas (warm Spanish toast), foie gras scrambled eggs, and slow-roasted pork with fried eggs.

    55555 by ThePurplePassport.com

  • Alex O.Blistered peppers are a must, as is the octopus, baby chorizos, squid, pea shoots, and cheesecake. Hangar steak is good, when they don't overcook it :( Sandwiches are okay, but sort've underwhelming.

    55555 by Alex O.

  • Roxanne G.Grab a seat at the kitchen! Great to watch chefs at work.

    55555 by Roxanne G.

  • La-Tasha P.Must try white sangria!! Yum yum!

    55555 by La-Tasha P.

  • BeaTry any of the gin and tonics. Tonics are homemade

    55555 by Bea

  • Chloe S.Gin and Tonic. Enough said. Great date spot!

    55555 by Chloe S.

  • Ana P.Dessert is amazing. Try the Miel y mato

    55555 by Ana P.

  • Abbie W.Everything I had was delicious. I would say the pistachio slushy and brussels sprouts are not to be missed. Sitting at the kitchen bar was fun.

    55555 by Abbie W.

  • Washington PostDrink up. Estadio's gin and tonic, aka the Gintonic, showcases the drink's Spanish twist. They couple Old Raj gin or Tanqueray No. 10 with house-made orange-flower tonic.

    55555 by Washington Post

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