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Monday, August 25, 2008



Tapas: It's back. Opened in the last five minutes: Txori in Belltown, Ocho in Ballard, Tidbit near Roanoke, Bilbao in the University District, and Olivar on Broadway. Of these, Ocho is the most authentic: a small, crowded bar with superdelicious, inexpensive snacks meant to go with drinking. But the bar at Tango—a Seattle favorite for a billion years—comes close, especially at happy hour (Sun–Fri 4:30–6:30 pm) and especially on half-price-wine night (Mon). Chili-cinnamon carnitas, shrimp-and-avocado ceviche, and a bottle of Albariño equals a splendid summer supper. (Tango, 1100 Pike St, 583-0382. 5–10:30 pm.)


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don't forget the queso fundido!

it's a good thing that Tapas doesn't deliver, or i'd be really fat and really broke...

Posted by michael strangeways | August 25, 2008 11:22 AM

I'm so confused. What does Tapas and Tango have to do with Txori, Ocho, TidBit, etc..? Am I mental? Sounds like we're talking about 8 different places, all that opened 5 minutes ago?

Posted by CattyMaran | August 25, 2008 11:44 AM

I don't believe tapas ever went away?

Posted by WTF | August 25, 2008 2:49 PM

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