Posts Tagged ‘tapas’

Spanish for “bloody,” sangria is a bloody libation best shared around the table with friends and family by the pitcher, usually with tapas. Originally from Spain, sangria is a wine punch that quickly grew in popularity throughout Europe and was first introduced to the United States at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. Ever […]

Taco Tuesdays are a staple at many restaurants and taquerias, but Andalu tapas restaurant in the Mission takes the $1 taco one step further. While most restaurants will opt to serve the standard fare of carne asada, carnitas, chicken, and the usual assortment of meants typically found in tacos, Andalu serves up a creative twist. […]

With so many restaurants of all types literally on every city block, I try to make it a point to not frequent the same places too often because there is just so much to try! Yet for whatever reason, I always find myself at Cha Cha Cha on a fairly regular basis, whether it’s with […]

In a neighborhood with tapas bars on every street, Lolo manages to stay unique with it’s quirky decor and creative menu.