Sangria Tapas And Bar

★★★★☆
  • 4524 Cole Ave

    Dallas, TX 75205

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  • 214-520-4863

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The wine list looks interesting!! and the servants are so nice
They offer great deals on Wines in TangoTab website, I used the coupon for just $3 Well Drinks, House Wines and Sangria !
It really worths a try

3
★★★★★

The wine list looks interesting!! and the servants are so nice
They offer great deals on Wines in TangoTab website, I used the coupon for just $3 Well Drinks, House Wines and Sangria !
It really worths a try

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WARNING!!!! Be very cautious shopping and dining in Knox Village. They have a TOWING SCAM going in the area. A spotter sits in his car in the area and watches for naive shoppers who park in parking areas that are not clearly marked.

3
★★★★★

WARNING!!!! Be very cautious shopping and dining in Knox Village. They have a TOWING SCAM going in the area. A spotter sits in his car in the area and watches for naive shoppers who park in parking areas that are not clearly marked.

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I'm a pretty easy going girl and have never been too upset over a dining experience ... until this evening. I literally left the restaurant crying. Myself and 2 friends came here on a Wednesday night. Apparently they were having some

3
★★★★★

I'm a pretty easy going girl and have never been too upset over a dining experience ... until this evening. I literally left the restaurant crying. Myself and 2 friends came here on a Wednesday night. Apparently they were having some

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One of my old buddies from the trenches of bartendin in Dallas scooped me up last evening, and we accepted an invitation to scout this place out. Two friends of mine (Nick Timms and Mike Cullum, US Army, 902nd Engineers Co.) are in town,

3
★★★★★

One of my old buddies from the trenches of bartendin in Dallas scooped me up last evening, and we accepted an invitation to scout this place out. Two friends of mine (Nick Timms and Mike Cullum, US Army, 902nd Engineers Co.) are in town,

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I love this place, but not because of the food (although my wife loves the tapas). What I love about this place is half price wine Tuesdays. Great wine, for "less than what you would pay at the store." When it comes to the food, though, I do prefer Cafe Madrid. I highly recommend the squid ink rice. That is hard to find in Dallas. I've taken all my wine loving friends here on Tuesdays at least once.

I recommend sitting in the patio area, which is always weather controlled. The inside can get a little noisy.

4
★★★★☆

I love this place, but not because of the food (although my wife loves the tapas). What I love about this place is half price wine Tuesdays. Great wine, for "less than what you would pay at the store." When it comes to the food, though, I do prefer Cafe Madrid. I highly recommend the squid ink rice. That is hard to find in Dallas. I've taken all my wine loving friends here on Tuesdays at least once.

I recommend sitting in the patio area, which is always weather controlled. The inside can get a little noisy.

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This is my favorite tapas place... I have spent extensive time traveling in spain, and around the Mediterranean area... and this hits the spot for me everytime I miss me some spanish life...

Grab a seat on the patio, order some drinks, and get a ton of tapas to share - can be affordable if you split everything among a few people...

It can be pricey though, so I always go on nights with drink specials and be sure to order smart!

2
★★★★★

This is my favorite tapas place... I have spent extensive time traveling in spain, and around the Mediterranean area... and this hits the spot for me everytime I miss me some spanish life...

Grab a seat on the patio, order some drinks, and get a ton of tapas to share - can be affordable if you split everything among a few people...

It can be pricey though, so I always go on nights with drink specials and be sure to order smart!

Pros: Sangria = Amazing.

Cons: can be pricey... keep an eye out for specials!

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I have passed this place everyday for the last 6 months going to work. One day a group of coworkers and I stopped in for a late happy hour early dinner thing. I was very impressed. It turns out Tuesday is half priced wine night. We passed on the HH prices on the drinks and opted instead for a bottle of wine and light tapas. The menu was not traditional Spanish items, so my friend asked (recently back from Spain). The waiter explained that the menu now was mixture of Mediterranean and Traditional Spanish Tapas. We had the dip tray with Babaganoush, Hummus and some other dip I had never heard of. Long story short we had a few bottles of wine, attentive service, and a lot of food.
Dishes to try: Three Dip platter, gnocci, lamb sticks, calamari all great.

Overall: Our group will be back in Tuesdays to come. Half priced wines, good bites, and freindly attentive service.

2
★★★★★

I have passed this place everyday for the last 6 months going to work. One day a group of coworkers and I stopped in for a late happy hour early dinner thing. I was very impressed. It turns out Tuesday is half priced wine night. We passed on the HH prices on the drinks and opted instead for a bottle of wine and light tapas. The menu was not traditional Spanish items, so my friend asked (recently back from Spain). The waiter explained that the menu now was mixture of Mediterranean and Traditional Spanish Tapas. We had the dip tray with Babaganoush, Hummus and some other dip I had never heard of. Long story short we had a few bottles of wine, attentive service, and a lot of food.
Dishes to try: Three Dip platter, gnocci, lamb sticks, calamari all great.

Overall: Our group will be back in Tuesdays to come. Half priced wines, good bites, and freindly attentive service.

Pros: Patio and New Menu

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Very nice place. Not expensive, service and food are both great. Nice place to go while you are visiting in Dallas. The drinks were awesome and not watered down. Would recommend!

4
★★★★☆

Very nice place. Not expensive, service and food are both great. Nice place to go while you are visiting in Dallas. The drinks were awesome and not watered down. Would recommend!

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This is an excellent restaurant I would recommend to anyone. I found this restaurant quite by accident but it's an excellent place for lunch, dinner or whatever :). They have good, fresh tasting margaritas and their menu is very appetizing.

4
★★★★☆

This is an excellent restaurant I would recommend to anyone. I found this restaurant quite by accident but it's an excellent place for lunch, dinner or whatever :). They have good, fresh tasting margaritas and their menu is very appetizing.

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I had dinner on Friday evening upon a co-worker's recommendation at Sangria. The place was busy, so my girlfriend and I had a drink or two at the bar. Even though busy, the bartenders were personal, and the sparkling sangria was different but a great flavor. Before we could finish our first round we were seated on the patio. We had a Tapas combination that was on the chalk boards above the kitchen and it was a great starter and set the mood for the rest of the meal. The duck confit was a great dish as was the seafood paella. We had three to four tapas each and just shared most of them. It was a great place the server let us take our time and order at leisure, but being very attentive. The best part was when the DJ started playing half way through our second pitcher. The entire restaurant was buzzing with laughter and people having a great time. We were enjoying ourselves so much that we ordered a bottle of wine and melted over their dessert called the "Spanish Toast". Upon a recommendation, we had a great night and will turn others toward this well kept secret.

2
★★★★★

I had dinner on Friday evening upon a co-worker's recommendation at Sangria. The place was busy, so my girlfriend and I had a drink or two at the bar. Even though busy, the bartenders were personal, and the sparkling sangria was different but a great flavor. Before we could finish our first round we were seated on the patio. We had a Tapas combination that was on the chalk boards above the kitchen and it was a great starter and set the mood for the rest of the meal. The duck confit was a great dish as was the seafood paella. We had three to four tapas each and just shared most of them. It was a great place the server let us take our time and order at leisure, but being very attentive. The best part was when the DJ started playing half way through our second pitcher. The entire restaurant was buzzing with laughter and people having a great time. We were enjoying ourselves so much that we ordered a bottle of wine and melted over their dessert called the "Spanish Toast". Upon a recommendation, we had a great night and will turn others toward this well kept secret.

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this is where the beautiful people go to have tapas on the patio.
the tapas are actually good but a little expensive.
the sangria is light and refreshing. the best part is that it won't sneak up on you.
i look forward to going more in the spring.

4
★★★★☆

this is where the beautiful people go to have tapas on the patio.
the tapas are actually good but a little expensive.
the sangria is light and refreshing. the best part is that it won't sneak up on you.
i look forward to going more in the spring.

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Patio is good spot to sit, but other than that it is an awful place. Waitress was very rude and was "put out" to serve us. Food was very bland and over priced. All beef tapas were horrible...NO TASTE. Most menu items are not worth the price. Sangria was uninspired to be named as such. It just tasted like cheap red wine with an orange in it. I have enjoyed much better tapas throughout the Metroplex. Do NOT waste your time or your $$$.

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★☆☆☆☆

Patio is good spot to sit, but other than that it is an awful place. Waitress was very rude and was "put out" to serve us. Food was very bland and over priced. All beef tapas were horrible...NO TASTE. Most menu items are not worth the price. Sangria was uninspired to be named as such. It just tasted like cheap red wine with an orange in it. I have enjoyed much better tapas throughout the Metroplex. Do NOT waste your time or your $$$.

Pros: Patio area.

Cons: FOOD...Service....Sangria

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This place is one of those spots in Dallas that is really always an enjoyable time for me. Yes, it's very crowded at peak times. Fortunately, I've never gone during peak times. I've really only gone off-peak, which has ensured a certain level of attention and service.

What has blown me away, are some of the dishes: I love the meatballs, the pan con tomate (an absolute STAPLE in Spain), the chorizitos; to me, these things are all fabulous. Chinese long-beans are excellent as well.
Go early to get a spot on the patio. It's worth it!
The reason I really like this place is that it's somewhat a slice of Spain in Knox-Henderson. It's loud, there's great tapas, drinking, food, people laughing, you can eat outside in the night air and it tends to be a beautiful crowd (which approximates the beautiful people of Spain).

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★★★★★

This place is one of those spots in Dallas that is really always an enjoyable time for me. Yes, it's very crowded at peak times. Fortunately, I've never gone during peak times. I've really only gone off-peak, which has ensured a certain level of attention and service.

What has blown me away, are some of the dishes: I love the meatballs, the pan con tomate (an absolute STAPLE in Spain), the chorizitos; to me, these things are all fabulous. Chinese long-beans are excellent as well.
Go early to get a spot on the patio. It's worth it!
The reason I really like this place is that it's somewhat a slice of Spain in Knox-Henderson. It's loud, there's great tapas, drinking, food, people laughing, you can eat outside in the night air and it tends to be a beautiful crowd (which approximates the beautiful people of Spain).

Pros: The perfect first date spot!

Cons: fills up fast, go early

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The food was good--portions small. The service was slow and the waitress was so rude-she took my plate before I was finished and even knocked some off on the table. We went to Cafe Madrid to
finish dinner.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food was good--portions small. The service was slow and the waitress was so rude-she took my plate before I was finished and even knocked some off on the table. We went to Cafe Madrid to
finish dinner.

Pros: food

Cons: service

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We dined here on a Wednesday night. The food was very, very good and the service was also friendly and attentive, but not overly attentive. The tapas were delivered at a nice pace, one at a time, and we never felt rushed. We sat on the patio, and though the tables were close together, it was still very nice. We had the Pan con tomatoe with the ham and cheese, the asparagus with oyster mushrooms, the fried crabmeat croquettes, and the tuna tartare. All of them were perfectly seasoned and were simply fantastic. This place is better than Cafe Madrid. For dessert we had the churros and although they were also very good, I've tasted better ones. But overall, I would definitely recommend it and I will be going back !

2
★★★★☆

We dined here on a Wednesday night. The food was very, very good and the service was also friendly and attentive, but not overly attentive. The tapas were delivered at a nice pace, one at a time, and we never felt rushed. We sat on the patio, and though the tables were close together, it was still very nice. We had the Pan con tomatoe with the ham and cheese, the asparagus with oyster mushrooms, the fried crabmeat croquettes, and the tuna tartare. All of them were perfectly seasoned and were simply fantastic. This place is better than Cafe Madrid. For dessert we had the churros and although they were also very good, I've tasted better ones. But overall, I would definitely recommend it and I will be going back !

Pros: Food is great

Cons: You have to pay for the valet $5, no other parking available

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I love this tapas bar! The atmosphere is great and the service is perfect. If it is crowded, it might be hard to get a seat but once you do, they do not rush you at all. It is a really pleasurable experience that is meant to be a very long meal. We started off with the Pan con Tomate (you must order it with the serrano ham and the manchego cheese!-- the dish sounds so simple, but it really is fantastic). They have several different Sangrias, but I had the red. It was very good. We then ordered the Ensaladita de Tuna Tartare. The hazelnuts and the unusual dressing make this a great take on Tuna Tartare. We ordered the Gambas al Ajillo next. This was not my favorite because they leave the shrimp heads on and it lacked a bit of flavor. They definitely have better dishes. We tried several specialties (like Kobe beef skewers and saffron croquettes). The dessert we ordered, the churros with hot chocolate sauce is absolutely amazing. The whole table can split it and you really shouldn't get too full before having this-- it is really amazing. Overall, this is a great can't miss spot in Dallas.

2
★★★★★

I love this tapas bar! The atmosphere is great and the service is perfect. If it is crowded, it might be hard to get a seat but once you do, they do not rush you at all. It is a really pleasurable experience that is meant to be a very long meal. We started off with the Pan con Tomate (you must order it with the serrano ham and the manchego cheese!-- the dish sounds so simple, but it really is fantastic). They have several different Sangrias, but I had the red. It was very good. We then ordered the Ensaladita de Tuna Tartare. The hazelnuts and the unusual dressing make this a great take on Tuna Tartare. We ordered the Gambas al Ajillo next. This was not my favorite because they leave the shrimp heads on and it lacked a bit of flavor. They definitely have better dishes. We tried several specialties (like Kobe beef skewers and saffron croquettes). The dessert we ordered, the churros with hot chocolate sauce is absolutely amazing. The whole table can split it and you really shouldn't get too full before having this-- it is really amazing. Overall, this is a great can't miss spot in Dallas.

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My wife and I were running a bit short on time before attending the symphony, so we immediately thought tapas and decided to give Sangria a try. It was early on a Saturday night (6:15 perhaps) and we were seated immediately. Our server came by quickly and was very personable, but not in an intrusive and gum-smacking, "my name is Skippy and I'll be yer server tonite" sort of way. We told him we were in a bit of a rush and ordered the standard sangria (for me) and the champagne sangria (for her). I've never really gotten into sangria before, and this sangria left me feeling the same way. It might be fine sangria, but I'll not try it again.

We ordered four tapas and were pleased with the speed and efficiency of the service. The patatas bravas con aioli were plentiful and nicely crisp and spiced, but while the sauces were tasty, there was not nearly enough of either. The Esparragos y Setas a la Plancha (Asparagus and oyster mushrooms sauteed with olive oil and garlic) were outstanding. The mix of tender-crisp asparagus and the soft, moist mushrooms was fabulous. The Ensaladita de Tuna Tartare was fine, though not exceptional: somehow the tuna got lost in all the rest of it. Lastly, the Pan con Tomate with Serrano Ham and Manchego was fine. I would definitely recommend getting the optional ham and manchego with it, as the Pan de Tomate would be a bit thin and uninteresting without them.

We got out in plenty of time and were able to enjoy a drink before the symphony. Although I don't feel we got to try out all the aspects of Sangria's, I was very pleased with this visit and look forward to more in the future.

2
★★★★☆

My wife and I were running a bit short on time before attending the symphony, so we immediately thought tapas and decided to give Sangria a try. It was early on a Saturday night (6:15 perhaps) and we were seated immediately. Our server came by quickly and was very personable, but not in an intrusive and gum-smacking, "my name is Skippy and I'll be yer server tonite" sort of way. We told him we were in a bit of a rush and ordered the standard sangria (for me) and the champagne sangria (for her). I've never really gotten into sangria before, and this sangria left me feeling the same way. It might be fine sangria, but I'll not try it again.

We ordered four tapas and were pleased with the speed and efficiency of the service. The patatas bravas con aioli were plentiful and nicely crisp and spiced, but while the sauces were tasty, there was not nearly enough of either. The Esparragos y Setas a la Plancha (Asparagus and oyster mushrooms sauteed with olive oil and garlic) were outstanding. The mix of tender-crisp asparagus and the soft, moist mushrooms was fabulous. The Ensaladita de Tuna Tartare was fine, though not exceptional: somehow the tuna got lost in all the rest of it. Lastly, the Pan con Tomate with Serrano Ham and Manchego was fine. I would definitely recommend getting the optional ham and manchego with it, as the Pan de Tomate would be a bit thin and uninteresting without them.

We got out in plenty of time and were able to enjoy a drink before the symphony. Although I don't feel we got to try out all the aspects of Sangria's, I was very pleased with this visit and look forward to more in the future.

Pros: solid, professional service; some very good menu items

Cons: a bit uneven in the portioning

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The perfect girls night out! This place was the perfect choice for us 40ish women. We love good food and sharing? this was perfect with the different yummy choices that were displayed before us in a beautiful presentation. The wine choices were good, the pricing fair, the atmosphere fun and friendly, but I would also recommend it for a romantic dinner or a first date place as well. All 6 of us gave it a thumbs up. Thank you Lombardi Family for creating another top notch restaurant for us to dine in, we will ALL be back!

2
★★★★★

The perfect girls night out! This place was the perfect choice for us 40ish women. We love good food and sharing? this was perfect with the different yummy choices that were displayed before us in a beautiful presentation. The wine choices were good, the pricing fair, the atmosphere fun and friendly, but I would also recommend it for a romantic dinner or a first date place as well. All 6 of us gave it a thumbs up. Thank you Lombardi Family for creating another top notch restaurant for us to dine in, we will ALL be back!

Pros: Great value, atmosphere, service!

Cons: I would reccommened a reservaton, they fill up fast, so call ahead!

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This is part of the Dallas Voice review:

Scott Fitzgerald?s dictum that ?the rich are different? could apply just as easily to how tapas restaurants fit into the culinary universe as to people in the social hierarchy. Tapas theory fascinates those who liked to be challenged by the puzzles of the universe, tapas exert an almost gravitational attraction on foodies. It?s easy to understand why: When a menu is made up of dozens of items, all more or less suitable at any point in the dining process, dinner becomes less a formality than an adventure. Cuckoo over one item? Order it again. Less than thrilled by another? It?ll be gone quickly enough and you can make a mental note to skip it next time. And there will be a next time. With so many options, you can literally never eat the same meal twice ? and perhaps never order the same dish twice until you?ve made six or seven visits. Variety is the tapas restaurant?s stock-in-trade. ...... see their web site for more on this review and others

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★★★★★

This is part of the Dallas Voice review:

Scott Fitzgerald?s dictum that ?the rich are different? could apply just as easily to how tapas restaurants fit into the culinary universe as to people in the social hierarchy. Tapas theory fascinates those who liked to be challenged by the puzzles of the universe, tapas exert an almost gravitational attraction on foodies. It?s easy to understand why: When a menu is made up of dozens of items, all more or less suitable at any point in the dining process, dinner becomes less a formality than an adventure. Cuckoo over one item? Order it again. Less than thrilled by another? It?ll be gone quickly enough and you can make a mental note to skip it next time. And there will be a next time. With so many options, you can literally never eat the same meal twice ? and perhaps never order the same dish twice until you?ve made six or seven visits. Variety is the tapas restaurant?s stock-in-trade. ...... see their web site for more on this review and others

Pros: great reviews on foow and atmosphere by many publications!

Cons: NONE

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The atmosphere here is great. Stood in the bar for about 45 minutes on a Saturday night having red sangria. Weak, but tasty. That was the good part of the evening. We were seated and the waiter took at least 10 minutes to arrive at our table. We could not hear one thing he was saying to us b/c the music was SO loud and there were so many people. He could only talk to one of us at a time. We first asked him about one of the tapas specials up on the chalkboard. He had NO idea what it was or how it was prepared. He asked another waitress and she had no idea either! He came back w/ a description of something totally different than was on the board. We decided against ordering it. The spicy shrimp tapas was mealy and way over cooked. When we mentioned this, the waiter did not seem to care. The kobe beef was good, as were the lamb chops. Everything else was mediocre and way overpriced. To top it off, we paid $100 to not be full AND we just got our credit card bill only to discover the waiter added an additional tip for himself!! We will see what the manager has to say. The "manager" who answered the phone told us to call back tomorrow and talk to another person.

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★☆☆☆☆

The atmosphere here is great. Stood in the bar for about 45 minutes on a Saturday night having red sangria. Weak, but tasty. That was the good part of the evening. We were seated and the waiter took at least 10 minutes to arrive at our table. We could not hear one thing he was saying to us b/c the music was SO loud and there were so many people. He could only talk to one of us at a time. We first asked him about one of the tapas specials up on the chalkboard. He had NO idea what it was or how it was prepared. He asked another waitress and she had no idea either! He came back w/ a description of something totally different than was on the board. We decided against ordering it. The spicy shrimp tapas was mealy and way over cooked. When we mentioned this, the waiter did not seem to care. The kobe beef was good, as were the lamb chops. Everything else was mediocre and way overpriced. To top it off, we paid $100 to not be full AND we just got our credit card bill only to discover the waiter added an additional tip for himself!! We will see what the manager has to say. The "manager" who answered the phone told us to call back tomorrow and talk to another person.

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: everything else

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Just went on Saturday night, expecting a great food and drink experience. Mojito was very weak, switched to sangria; also very weak. Spent a ton on drinks and left feeling like I had drank a lot of juice. Service was okay, once we were finally greeted after about ten minutes of sitting there. Food was not impresive at all, very bland flavors. The only thing that was remotely good was the seared tuna. Overall, if you name is Sangrias, at least have good sangria.
They also have the front door wide open, and not very much air conditioning going. A little warm inside. This also means flys. Not impressed...

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★☆☆☆☆

Just went on Saturday night, expecting a great food and drink experience. Mojito was very weak, switched to sangria; also very weak. Spent a ton on drinks and left feeling like I had drank a lot of juice. Service was okay, once we were finally greeted after about ten minutes of sitting there. Food was not impresive at all, very bland flavors. The only thing that was remotely good was the seared tuna. Overall, if you name is Sangrias, at least have good sangria.
They also have the front door wide open, and not very much air conditioning going. A little warm inside. This also means flys. Not impressed...

Pros: The decor, and ambiance.

Cons: Everything else. Drinks were awful...

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Well where should I begin? I have just gotten home from what should have been a great Sunday. Unfortunately I went to Sangria Tapas Bar in uptown. Excited about the "bottomless sangria" my wife and I decided to go. We both ordered "bottomless sangria" and we ordered two tapas total. We were generally satisfied with our experience until we got the bill. We were charged for four "bottomless sangrias"? We thought it was just a mistake. The only mistake was going to Sangria Tapas Bar.

We spoke to the manager, "Chima," who told us that we had to order something off the brunch menu to get bottomless sangria. We asked him to show us the menu, but it had no such notation. We asked why the tapas we ordered didn't count. He told us we had to spend more money and then he asked us where else we could get bottomless sangria in Dallas. I told him that I would not pay for the extra order of "bottomless sangria," because it was his job to let us know in advance what they would be charging. Our server didn't know the policy either, and apologized for the confusion. We knew it wasn't here fault.

He then CALLED THE POLICE!!!! I found this out when I asked to speak to him a second time. He left us with the check and told us the police were coming. At that point, I figured that I had no choice but to pay. We paid and waited for the rain to subside. We then saw that two Dallas police squad cars arrived. I guess he told them there was no problem, because we weren't arrested and didn't have to speak to the police. The embarassment was unbelievable. And the unexpected expense didn't feel nice either.

In sum, avoid any Lombardi restaurant - if you are unsatisfied, you have no choice but to pay or be arrested. I have never been treated so poorly by any professional establishment. I hope that this notice to you serves as fair warning.

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★☆☆☆☆

Well where should I begin? I have just gotten home from what should have been a great Sunday. Unfortunately I went to Sangria Tapas Bar in uptown. Excited about the "bottomless sangria" my wife and I decided to go. We both ordered "bottomless sangria" and we ordered two tapas total. We were generally satisfied with our experience until we got the bill. We were charged for four "bottomless sangrias"? We thought it was just a mistake. The only mistake was going to Sangria Tapas Bar.

We spoke to the manager, "Chima," who told us that we had to order something off the brunch menu to get bottomless sangria. We asked him to show us the menu, but it had no such notation. We asked why the tapas we ordered didn't count. He told us we had to spend more money and then he asked us where else we could get bottomless sangria in Dallas. I told him that I would not pay for the extra order of "bottomless sangria," because it was his job to let us know in advance what they would be charging. Our server didn't know the policy either, and apologized for the confusion. We knew it wasn't here fault.

He then CALLED THE POLICE!!!! I found this out when I asked to speak to him a second time. He left us with the check and told us the police were coming. At that point, I figured that I had no choice but to pay. We paid and waited for the rain to subside. We then saw that two Dallas police squad cars arrived. I guess he told them there was no problem, because we weren't arrested and didn't have to speak to the police. The embarassment was unbelievable. And the unexpected expense didn't feel nice either.

In sum, avoid any Lombardi restaurant - if you are unsatisfied, you have no choice but to pay or be arrested. I have never been treated so poorly by any professional establishment. I hope that this notice to you serves as fair warning.

Pros: None

Cons: Will call the police if you complain

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I was worried when I read other reviews, but was pleasantly surprised that my group had a wonderful experience. There were 8 of us, so we had many warning that we had to have our full party and not be late or we would lose our reservation. The place was very small, so this is understandable.
Luckily, our party all arrived on time and from that point on we were not rushed at all. We had a TON of food, plenty of sangria and mojitos and left very happy.
The food is excellent and the place is beautiful.

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★★★★☆

I was worried when I read other reviews, but was pleasantly surprised that my group had a wonderful experience. There were 8 of us, so we had many warning that we had to have our full party and not be late or we would lose our reservation. The place was very small, so this is understandable.
Luckily, our party all arrived on time and from that point on we were not rushed at all. We had a TON of food, plenty of sangria and mojitos and left very happy.
The food is excellent and the place is beautiful.

Pros: Great food & drinks, for an excellent price

Cons: Small, so large groups, reservations are somewhat challenging

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Great decor, crowed but with an open feel and high energy. Ate at the bar with good service. Started off with a red sangria and mojito (loved the mojito) and some hot peppers nicely cooked with a kick of heat. We were very pleased with the bacon wrapped dates, garlic shrimp, spanish cheese plate, and asparagus with oyster muchrooms. The spinach and shrimp empanada was very flavorful, but short on shrimp. The potatoe bravas were cooked perfectly with two sauces on the side. For dessert we had the backlava pastry -a perfect end to the meal. 2 people; 5 drinks, 6 tapas, 1 dessert = $90 plus tip.

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★★★★★

Great decor, crowed but with an open feel and high energy. Ate at the bar with good service. Started off with a red sangria and mojito (loved the mojito) and some hot peppers nicely cooked with a kick of heat. We were very pleased with the bacon wrapped dates, garlic shrimp, spanish cheese plate, and asparagus with oyster muchrooms. The spinach and shrimp empanada was very flavorful, but short on shrimp. The potatoe bravas were cooked perfectly with two sauces on the side. For dessert we had the backlava pastry -a perfect end to the meal. 2 people; 5 drinks, 6 tapas, 1 dessert = $90 plus tip.

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We tried Sangria on a recent Friday night. After waiting for 30 minutes for a table for our party of 6, our waiter suggested a sampler platter to start. At $16, the dish arrived with 4 slices of Manchego cheese, 4 pieces of Spanish chorizo, a few slices of prosciutto, and a tiny bowl of olives and toasted almonds. Considering you can get twice that for the same price at any of the other tapas bars in the neighborhood, it was a bad start to the meal. We ordered paella for the table, which at $20 barely served 4 of our 6. The paella was overly fishy, and we ended up leaving most of it on our plates. The one standout we did have was the Moroccan lamb carpaccio, although at 8-9 dollars, this was a bit of a rip too. Service was ok and the sangria was decent (but after a glass, you don't notice anyway). Do yourself a favor and walk down Armstrong to Cafe Madrid or up McKinney to Hola for a far better tapas experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

We tried Sangria on a recent Friday night. After waiting for 30 minutes for a table for our party of 6, our waiter suggested a sampler platter to start. At $16, the dish arrived with 4 slices of Manchego cheese, 4 pieces of Spanish chorizo, a few slices of prosciutto, and a tiny bowl of olives and toasted almonds. Considering you can get twice that for the same price at any of the other tapas bars in the neighborhood, it was a bad start to the meal. We ordered paella for the table, which at $20 barely served 4 of our 6. The paella was overly fishy, and we ended up leaving most of it on our plates. The one standout we did have was the Moroccan lamb carpaccio, although at 8-9 dollars, this was a bit of a rip too. Service was ok and the sangria was decent (but after a glass, you don't notice anyway). Do yourself a favor and walk down Armstrong to Cafe Madrid or up McKinney to Hola for a far better tapas experience.

Pros: Patio scene, beautiful restaurant.

Cons: Way overpriced, crowded most nights, no reservations unless party is bigger than 6.

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Extremely over priced! The quail plate comes with one quail covered with potato chips for $8.50. Walked out paying $65 and was ready for dinner.

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★☆☆☆☆

Extremely over priced! The quail plate comes with one quail covered with potato chips for $8.50. Walked out paying $65 and was ready for dinner.

Pros: Fun atmosphere

Cons: Very over-priced menu for what you actually get.

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Ate here last weekend with a couple of friends. It was packed but they seated us pretty quickly. The nightly special tapas were really fantastic. And the main menu was good. They had some traditional dishes along with a few tapas with a twist. Loved the white sangria. Fun place to hang with friends for a good bite to eat.

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★★★★★

Ate here last weekend with a couple of friends. It was packed but they seated us pretty quickly. The nightly special tapas were really fantastic. And the main menu was good. They had some traditional dishes along with a few tapas with a twist. Loved the white sangria. Fun place to hang with friends for a good bite to eat.

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Grab a prime seat on the sidewalk and settle in for an evening foraging through the menu. Start off with the coca catlana, a salty, crisp flatbread adorned with anchovies and red peppers, and topped with melted manchego cheese. One order…

 

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