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2 2 Stars

Cuisine: Tapas, Spanish - Price: $5 to $8

160 Comm Ave, Back Bay

BarLola is more fun than authentic, yet the airy underground rooms somehow evoke the stone... READ MORE

Brahmin American Cuisine and Cocktails


Cuisine: Tapas, American - Price: $$, $8 to $20

33 Stanhope St, Boston

A lot of misplaced concept — no one really wants to live, eat, or dine... READ MORE


3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Tapas, Italian - Price: $11 to $15

253 Shawmut Ave, Boston

It appears there isn’t anything that Team Oringer-Bissonnette can’t do freakishly well. We thought it... READ MORE

Dali Restaurant and Tapas Bar


Cuisine: Tapas, Spanish

415 Washington St, Somerville

Dalí has deflowered many a tapas virgin over the years; the little-changed menu keeps all... READ MORE

Flat Iron Tapas Bar and Lounge


Cuisine: Tapas - Price: $5 to $14

107 Merrimac St, Downtown

This hip, downtown lounge features small plates, cocktails, and sumptuous desserts like the whimsical My... READ MORE

Mass Ave Tavern


Cuisine: Tapas, American

94 Mass Ave, Back Bay



Cuisine: Tapas, Thai

255 Washington St, Somerville

Progressive new "Thai Tapas" restaurant by chef/owner Ronnarong Saksua. Recession-minded small dishes for $5, plus a more traditional selection of noodles and curries. For drinks,... READ MORE



Cuisine: Tapas, Spanish

268 Newbury St, Back Bay

Culinarily, it’s not the best or even second-best tapas bar in town; atmospherically, it’s tough... READ MORE



Cuisine: Tapas, Spanish - Price: $$$, $15 to $36

222 Berkley St, Boston

The tequila-bar idea actually can be done right. At Tico, the chefs have set up... READ MORE



Cuisine: Tapas, Mediterranean

450 Mass Ave, Inman Square

Mediterranean small-plates focus from Jody Adams'(Harvard Square's acclaimed Italian restaurant Rialto) first solo project. READ MORE

Tres Gatos


Cuisine: Tapas - Price: $$, $6 to $13

470 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

The first (only?) full-service restaurant and book and music store in Boston. Tres Gatos serves... READ MORE

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