Tia Pol

★★★★☆
  • 205 10th Ave 1

    New York, NY 10011

    Cross street: Between 22nd Street and 23rd Street

    Map & Directions
  • 212-675-8805

About Tia Pol

Hours
Mon 5:30pm-11pm Tue-Thu 12pm-3pm, 5:30pm-11pm Fri 12pm-3, 5:30pm-12am Sat 11am-3pm, 6pm-12am; Sun 11am-3, 6pm-10:30pm

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great tapas! absolutely delicious food and great service. a hidden gem.

2
★★★★★

great tapas! absolutely delicious food and great service. a hidden gem.

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Met friends here after work for dinner. I was the first to arrive and thankfully got a seat at the bar, but it was FREEZING because every time the door opened you were blasted with cold air. I know Manhattan utilizes every square foot but it's annoying to feel like you're sitting outside in the winter. How can you enjoy yourself that way? My friends arrived and we were seated in the back next to the bathroom. Thankfully it wasn't so bad. The waiter was super friendly and knowledgable of the food. The sangria was awesome and so was the food. I would come back, but it has to be warm outside.

1
★★★☆☆

Met friends here after work for dinner. I was the first to arrive and thankfully got a seat at the bar, but it was FREEZING because every time the door opened you were blasted with cold air. I know Manhattan utilizes every square foot but it's annoying to feel like you're sitting outside in the winter. How can you enjoy yourself that way? My friends arrived and we were seated in the back next to the bathroom. Thankfully it wasn't so bad. The waiter was super friendly and knowledgable of the food. The sangria was awesome and so was the food. I would come back, but it has to be warm outside.

Pros: Food, drinks, waiters

Cons: Cramped, cold, location

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I love this place, the meat is so good and I crave it everytime I think about it. The setting is also nice just to go with friends, only 1 or 2 though because it gets crowded and there is not that much space. I would highly reccomend this to someone though. I brought my girlfriend and we had a great time and enjoyed all the dishes.

2
★★★★★

I love this place, the meat is so good and I crave it everytime I think about it. The setting is also nice just to go with friends, only 1 or 2 though because it gets crowded and there is not that much space. I would highly reccomend this to someone though. I brought my girlfriend and we had a great time and enjoyed all the dishes.

Pros: quality food

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Love this place, we go 2 times a week and it never lets me down. Try Tia Pol you will not be let down!!!!
Hands down the best tapas and sangria in nyc.

2
★★★★★

Love this place, we go 2 times a week and it never lets me down. Try Tia Pol you will not be let down!!!!
Hands down the best tapas and sangria in nyc.

Pros: Best in NYC, no DOUBT.

Cons: NONE

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Tia pol has a very authetic and quaint Spanish feel, and the food is right on. I lived in Spain for 5 months, and I was transported back to the bars of La Juderia, Cordoba.

2
★★★★☆

Tia pol has a very authetic and quaint Spanish feel, and the food is right on. I lived in Spain for 5 months, and I was transported back to the bars of La Juderia, Cordoba.

Pros: food,ambiance

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Last Friday my boyfriend and I went to dinner at Tia Pol. I had called earlier in the day and found out the restaurant was small so we were anticipating a wait. When we arrived, the hostess told us the wait would be around an hour and reccommended their sister restaurant El Quinto Pino (just around the corner) while we waited. She even called ahead and there were two seats for us when we arrived. I have honestly never had such gracious service in this city before. We had a few bites at El Quinto Pino (the garliky shrimp are seriously out of this world. And so good to sop your bread in the left over juice!) When we made our way back to Tia Pol, we only had to wait a few more minutes before we sat. We ordered a half bottle of an amazing Rioja that we otherwise wouldn't be able to afford and ordered just about every special they offered that evening. My favorite was a fried artichoke salad and my boyfriends were the fried sardines. Everything was delicious and I would recommend either place to anyone wanting a delicious meal and amazing service.

2
★★★★★

Last Friday my boyfriend and I went to dinner at Tia Pol. I had called earlier in the day and found out the restaurant was small so we were anticipating a wait. When we arrived, the hostess told us the wait would be around an hour and reccommended their sister restaurant El Quinto Pino (just around the corner) while we waited. She even called ahead and there were two seats for us when we arrived. I have honestly never had such gracious service in this city before. We had a few bites at El Quinto Pino (the garliky shrimp are seriously out of this world. And so good to sop your bread in the left over juice!) When we made our way back to Tia Pol, we only had to wait a few more minutes before we sat. We ordered a half bottle of an amazing Rioja that we otherwise wouldn't be able to afford and ordered just about every special they offered that evening. My favorite was a fried artichoke salad and my boyfriends were the fried sardines. Everything was delicious and I would recommend either place to anyone wanting a delicious meal and amazing service.

Pros: Attentive Service, Extensive Wine List, Awesome Tapas

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I recently ducked into Tia Pol when I was trying to get out of the cold and what a wonderful suprise! The ham croquettes were perfectly crispy on the outside and actually melted in my mouth. I also had the most beautiful dish called a "xatonada." It was thin ribbons of salt cod served with a delicious pepper/almond salsa. Plus, my server was wonderful. She answered all my questions and made amazing recommendations.
If you ever feel like you are craving something and you can't quite figure out what you want, I suggest going to Tia Pol. You will leave feeling satisfied!

2
★★★★★

I recently ducked into Tia Pol when I was trying to get out of the cold and what a wonderful suprise! The ham croquettes were perfectly crispy on the outside and actually melted in my mouth. I also had the most beautiful dish called a "xatonada." It was thin ribbons of salt cod served with a delicious pepper/almond salsa. Plus, my server was wonderful. She answered all my questions and made amazing recommendations.
If you ever feel like you are craving something and you can't quite figure out what you want, I suggest going to Tia Pol. You will leave feeling satisfied!

Pros: Wonderful tapas

Cons: None

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I was excited to check out this spot after reading the reviews. The atmosphere is cozy and the hostess was gracious and friendly. I found the food average, with most dishes too salty. Most troubling, however, was what happened after we ate. I reviewed my credit card bill the following day and noticed that the dinner charge included a 20% tip -- which we had left in cash. So, the server apparently charged an extra 20% on my credit card taking away a 40% tip (for a party of 2)! I called the restaurant and they apologized and promised to rectify the problem claiming that normally, the credit card company adds this extra charge and it should "go away" in a few days. In all my years eating at restaurants, I have never been overcharged by a credit card company-- so, can't quite believe that explanation. Beware if you eat here because you may be leaving a 40% tip without knowing it!

1
★★☆☆☆

I was excited to check out this spot after reading the reviews. The atmosphere is cozy and the hostess was gracious and friendly. I found the food average, with most dishes too salty. Most troubling, however, was what happened after we ate. I reviewed my credit card bill the following day and noticed that the dinner charge included a 20% tip -- which we had left in cash. So, the server apparently charged an extra 20% on my credit card taking away a 40% tip (for a party of 2)! I called the restaurant and they apologized and promised to rectify the problem claiming that normally, the credit card company adds this extra charge and it should "go away" in a few days. In all my years eating at restaurants, I have never been overcharged by a credit card company-- so, can't quite believe that explanation. Beware if you eat here because you may be leaving a 40% tip without knowing it!

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Overcharged my credit card, salty food

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I'm a big fan of Spanish food, having visited Spain and traveled through Madrid, Acaruna, Salamanca, Toledo, etc. This place did not remind me of Spain in the slightest. The tapas were ok, not bad, but it definitely did not have that authentic feel. The only similarity I saw was the presentation and serving sizes typical of tapas. I guess that's to be expected since they're catering to the public at large. The biggest disappointment on most of my visits had been the service. You usually have to wait forever on drinks and food which I feel are a bit overpriced.

1
★★★☆☆

I'm a big fan of Spanish food, having visited Spain and traveled through Madrid, Acaruna, Salamanca, Toledo, etc. This place did not remind me of Spain in the slightest. The tapas were ok, not bad, but it definitely did not have that authentic feel. The only similarity I saw was the presentation and serving sizes typical of tapas. I guess that's to be expected since they're catering to the public at large. The biggest disappointment on most of my visits had been the service. You usually have to wait forever on drinks and food which I feel are a bit overpriced.

Pros: tapas

Cons: small

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I am so glad Tia Pol is in my neighborhood. This is the best best best place to eat. I love the selection of tapas and wines. It's hard not to have a good time and meal here with friends! If I don't go here, it's because I know it's very crowded and it will be a long wait! I usually will go early like 5:30 or 6 to get a table and avoid the crowds. EVERYTHING is yummy here. I love sitting at the bar and eating-you get quicker service too!

2
★★★★★

I am so glad Tia Pol is in my neighborhood. This is the best best best place to eat. I love the selection of tapas and wines. It's hard not to have a good time and meal here with friends! If I don't go here, it's because I know it's very crowded and it will be a long wait! I usually will go early like 5:30 or 6 to get a table and avoid the crowds. EVERYTHING is yummy here. I love sitting at the bar and eating-you get quicker service too!

Pros: great tapas, great wine, great service, cute restaurant

Cons: too small! crowds and long wait!

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I went to Tia Pol on a weekday evening. It was packed. The waitress said we would have to wait for 40 mins for a table but we were given one in 15 mins! The ambience was good - young after work crowd. It is an extremely small place and it's hard not to stop people from bumping into you. The tables are extremely uncomfortable with very high bar stools with no backrest so I kept getting off the stool to stretch my feet or else I would get cramps! The food was below average - very salty and greasy. I lived in Spain so I know what authentic tapas taste like. These were not close. The portions are miniscule and the wines and drinks are only average. I wouldn't bother with this place. It's overrated.

1
★★☆☆☆

I went to Tia Pol on a weekday evening. It was packed. The waitress said we would have to wait for 40 mins for a table but we were given one in 15 mins! The ambience was good - young after work crowd. It is an extremely small place and it's hard not to stop people from bumping into you. The tables are extremely uncomfortable with very high bar stools with no backrest so I kept getting off the stool to stretch my feet or else I would get cramps! The food was below average - very salty and greasy. I lived in Spain so I know what authentic tapas taste like. These were not close. The portions are miniscule and the wines and drinks are only average. I wouldn't bother with this place. It's overrated.

Pros: Service

Cons: Everything else. Pl read my review.

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This is the real deal. Great food, a really fun staff and terrific selection of wines. The wait is a killer though, even for the bar. But if you can handle being jammed in at the bar sipping on some cava, the wait is well rewarded. Outstanding food, love the squid in its own ink, when they have suckling pig its wonderful. The real secret (and i can't believe I am going to let you in on this) is brunch on the weekends. Only a few regulars and neighborhood people are in on the secret- AND you can get seated right away.. PS, the patatas bravas are amazing.

2
★★★★★

This is the real deal. Great food, a really fun staff and terrific selection of wines. The wait is a killer though, even for the bar. But if you can handle being jammed in at the bar sipping on some cava, the wait is well rewarded. Outstanding food, love the squid in its own ink, when they have suckling pig its wonderful. The real secret (and i can't believe I am going to let you in on this) is brunch on the weekends. Only a few regulars and neighborhood people are in on the secret- AND you can get seated right away.. PS, the patatas bravas are amazing.

Pros: Outstanding food

Cons: it gets a little smokey - the kitchen doesn't seem to be ventilated. (you smell like food when you leave)

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Although tapas is still on the fringe of the American palate, this restaurant makes the food accessible with great atmosphere and drinks.

Although the restaurant doesn't accept reservations, we had a great time sipping the red sangria and chatting at the bar while waiting for our seat.

The menu itself mixes traditional tapas: patatas bravas (fried potato with garlic aioli), croquettes (blue cheese was the special on Saturday night), and spanish omlette, with newer items: salt blistered chile, salt cod with potato. All were excellent and left us wanting more.-- and the spanish almonds were great to nibble on between courses.The food was truly on par with the more well known tapas bars (Boqueria, Pipa, etc...), but the location (10th ave) may be a bit far for some.

The wait staff were top notch and service was excellent. Despite the small size of the restaurant, they never pressured us to leave, which left us to finish our second jug of sangria in the romantic atmosphere.

True to the sign of a good restaurant, we had good food, great drinks, and came home to finish the night off with wonderful s e x... What better way to celebrate the Spanish lifestyle!

2
★★★★★

Although tapas is still on the fringe of the American palate, this restaurant makes the food accessible with great atmosphere and drinks.

Although the restaurant doesn't accept reservations, we had a great time sipping the red sangria and chatting at the bar while waiting for our seat.

The menu itself mixes traditional tapas: patatas bravas (fried potato with garlic aioli), croquettes (blue cheese was the special on Saturday night), and spanish omlette, with newer items: salt blistered chile, salt cod with potato. All were excellent and left us wanting more.-- and the spanish almonds were great to nibble on between courses.The food was truly on par with the more well known tapas bars (Boqueria, Pipa, etc...), but the location (10th ave) may be a bit far for some.

The wait staff were top notch and service was excellent. Despite the small size of the restaurant, they never pressured us to leave, which left us to finish our second jug of sangria in the romantic atmosphere.

True to the sign of a good restaurant, we had good food, great drinks, and came home to finish the night off with wonderful s e x... What better way to celebrate the Spanish lifestyle!

Pros: Great date spot, intimate, fantastic food.

Cons: No reservations for less than 6, Could be far away for most (10th ave)

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THE FACT TAPAS BARS GET SUCH HIGH PRAISE FROM THE FOOD MEDIA, AS TIA POL JUST DID FROM THE NYT GOES TO SHOW THAT NO ONE IN THIS TOWN KNOWS WHAT REAL TAPAS LOOK LIKE. TAPAS, FOLKS, ARE FINGER FOOD TO ACCOMPANY SERIOUS AFTER WORK IMBIBING. IN NY, THEY ARE A WAY TO MAXIMIZE PROFITS WITHOUT TOO MUCH WORK OR SERIOUS COOKING. I TRIED SEVEN: THE FRIED CHICKPEAS, THE ASPARRAGUS WITH CAVIAR, THE CHORIZO WITH SHERRY, THE CHORIZO WITH CHOCOLATE, PIQUILLO PEPPERS STUFFED WITH POTATO SALAD AND A MICRO DOLLOP OF TUNA ON TOP, AND "SPICY FISH." THE TASTE COMMON TO ALL EXCEPT THE PEPPERS: SALT. THE PORTIONS: MINISCULE. THE WINE LIST: $40 FOR A BOTTLE ONE CAN GET FOR $5.99 AT TRADER JOE'S. THE SPACE: YOU HAVE TO PERCH ON HIGH STOOLS, NOT MY IDEA OF COMFORT. THE SERVICE, VERY ATTENTIVE, I MUST SAY. BUT I CAN PUT THE SAME DISPLAY ON MY TABLE FOR $20 AND SOME FU N IN THE KITCHEN!

1
★★☆☆☆

THE FACT TAPAS BARS GET SUCH HIGH PRAISE FROM THE FOOD MEDIA, AS TIA POL JUST DID FROM THE NYT GOES TO SHOW THAT NO ONE IN THIS TOWN KNOWS WHAT REAL TAPAS LOOK LIKE. TAPAS, FOLKS, ARE FINGER FOOD TO ACCOMPANY SERIOUS AFTER WORK IMBIBING. IN NY, THEY ARE A WAY TO MAXIMIZE PROFITS WITHOUT TOO MUCH WORK OR SERIOUS COOKING. I TRIED SEVEN: THE FRIED CHICKPEAS, THE ASPARRAGUS WITH CAVIAR, THE CHORIZO WITH SHERRY, THE CHORIZO WITH CHOCOLATE, PIQUILLO PEPPERS STUFFED WITH POTATO SALAD AND A MICRO DOLLOP OF TUNA ON TOP, AND "SPICY FISH." THE TASTE COMMON TO ALL EXCEPT THE PEPPERS: SALT. THE PORTIONS: MINISCULE. THE WINE LIST: $40 FOR A BOTTLE ONE CAN GET FOR $5.99 AT TRADER JOE'S. THE SPACE: YOU HAVE TO PERCH ON HIGH STOOLS, NOT MY IDEA OF COMFORT. THE SERVICE, VERY ATTENTIVE, I MUST SAY. BUT I CAN PUT THE SAME DISPLAY ON MY TABLE FOR $20 AND SOME FU N IN THE KITCHEN!

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The place was quaint and small. The food was alright. I expected more given from the reviews it has. Doesn't have a mix variety of authentic spanish tapas. Small and expensive portions.

1
★★★☆☆

The place was quaint and small. The food was alright. I expected more given from the reviews it has. Doesn't have a mix variety of authentic spanish tapas. Small and expensive portions.

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Whenever my girlfriends from out of town come in, we always go out for tapas since a few of us studied in spain together. We've found tia pol to be the best around, the most authentic, although it is a tiny place. Despite the size of it, they make fantastic food and we ordered almost everything on the menu. We didn't wait long for a table and had great wines and some sherry. It reminded us all of when we were in Madrid back in college.

2
★★★★☆

Whenever my girlfriends from out of town come in, we always go out for tapas since a few of us studied in spain together. We've found tia pol to be the best around, the most authentic, although it is a tiny place. Despite the size of it, they make fantastic food and we ordered almost everything on the menu. We didn't wait long for a table and had great wines and some sherry. It reminded us all of when we were in Madrid back in college.

Pros: authentic tapas, value

Cons: cramped restaurant

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This is a teeny but great place. Cute & friendly with great and interesting food. Staff are happy for you to sit long after they stop serving lunch. Love the croquettes which seem to have a hint of truffle, the squid in squid ink and the chocolate and chorizo combination.

2
★★★★★

This is a teeny but great place. Cute & friendly with great and interesting food. Staff are happy for you to sit long after they stop serving lunch. Love the croquettes which seem to have a hint of truffle, the squid in squid ink and the chocolate and chorizo combination.

Pros: Relaxed.

Cons: Small.

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There are small plates and there are tapas. If only restaurants (though restaurant goers aren't innocent, either) would refrain from using the word "tapas" to describe items like satay strips and potstickers, then we'd all have a much better understanding of where we were going and what we were ordering.

After living in Atlanta for the past 3.5 years, I had pretty much given up on the idea of authentic tapas. However, my faith in finding authentic tapas in America was restored on Thursday night with Tia Pol, a tiny Chelsea restaurant with a small bar, 5 two tops, and a large booth in the back.

We got there around 6 p.m. (note: I've heard that more often than not there is a pretty good wait for a table later on in the evening) and sat right next to the bathroom. Normally, this would have bothered me, but considering the size of the restaurant, a beggar could not be a chooser. Here's what we ordered and what we thought about it: patatas bravas (perfectly crisp potato wedges with a tasty ali oli), croquetas de jamon (again, perfectly crisp and so yummy, melty, and all around wonderful that we had to order another round), navajas y almejas (the clams were tiny, but the garlic butter that they were in had me wishing that we had some bread to sop it up with), paquetitos de jamon con alcochofa (these were triangles of serrano stuffed with ham and artichokes and were perfect because I couldn't have left the restaurant without serrano), chorizo con chocolate (this is a must order here), and a special that had sliced mushrooms, which were sauteed with onions and tomatoes. I would order all of this again, and my only complaint is that I wish they would add mussles to their menu.

I thought the Sangria had just the right amount of sweetness, and the fruit was fresh so that I didn't feel like I was drinking something that had been sitting in a jar for the past week or two. Overall, we were delighted with the entire experience, including the polite wait staff!

2
★★★★★

There are small plates and there are tapas. If only restaurants (though restaurant goers aren't innocent, either) would refrain from using the word "tapas" to describe items like satay strips and potstickers, then we'd all have a much better understanding of where we were going and what we were ordering.

After living in Atlanta for the past 3.5 years, I had pretty much given up on the idea of authentic tapas. However, my faith in finding authentic tapas in America was restored on Thursday night with Tia Pol, a tiny Chelsea restaurant with a small bar, 5 two tops, and a large booth in the back.

We got there around 6 p.m. (note: I've heard that more often than not there is a pretty good wait for a table later on in the evening) and sat right next to the bathroom. Normally, this would have bothered me, but considering the size of the restaurant, a beggar could not be a chooser. Here's what we ordered and what we thought about it: patatas bravas (perfectly crisp potato wedges with a tasty ali oli), croquetas de jamon (again, perfectly crisp and so yummy, melty, and all around wonderful that we had to order another round), navajas y almejas (the clams were tiny, but the garlic butter that they were in had me wishing that we had some bread to sop it up with), paquetitos de jamon con alcochofa (these were triangles of serrano stuffed with ham and artichokes and were perfect because I couldn't have left the restaurant without serrano), chorizo con chocolate (this is a must order here), and a special that had sliced mushrooms, which were sauteed with onions and tomatoes. I would order all of this again, and my only complaint is that I wish they would add mussles to their menu.

I thought the Sangria had just the right amount of sweetness, and the fruit was fresh so that I didn't feel like I was drinking something that had been sitting in a jar for the past week or two. Overall, we were delighted with the entire experience, including the polite wait staff!

Pros: Authentic tapas, reasonable prices, ambience

Cons: Small interior

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I have been to this place a few times and am never disappointed by the food. The standards are great like the Spanish tortilla, chorizo, croquettas and serrano ham. There are also specials every night that are interesting and creative dishes. The sangria is amazing and reasonably priced. Beware of long waits for a table because the place is tiny. Arrive early and hang out by the bar.

2
★★★★★

I have been to this place a few times and am never disappointed by the food. The standards are great like the Spanish tortilla, chorizo, croquettas and serrano ham. There are also specials every night that are interesting and creative dishes. The sangria is amazing and reasonably priced. Beware of long waits for a table because the place is tiny. Arrive early and hang out by the bar.

Pros: Cozy ambience, romantic

Cons: long waits, no reservations

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My friends and I ate at a fancy french place the night before, and I must say, the food is, albiet more "lo-brow", just as tasty as any 4 star place. Plus, Tia Pol is much less expensive! My friends raved and raved about the each dish, and still talks about flying cross country to eat here again. This place has consistently tasty tapas and amazing sangrias! As with any good value place in NYC, be prepared to wait.

2
★★★★★

My friends and I ate at a fancy french place the night before, and I must say, the food is, albiet more "lo-brow", just as tasty as any 4 star place. Plus, Tia Pol is much less expensive! My friends raved and raved about the each dish, and still talks about flying cross country to eat here again. This place has consistently tasty tapas and amazing sangrias! As with any good value place in NYC, be prepared to wait.

Pros: Great food and sangria

Cons: long wait, crowded tables

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Great place to have a quick bite or treat your palette to some pointedly flavored morsels, but don't make this a meal itself--focus on drinking and sparring with friends over shared portions--since each plate is packed with a profusion of flavors, some of them arriving in a pond of oil--you will feel the unease later. Service was very welcoming even at the nth hour of a Saturday night, and we ordered most of everything recommended--patatas bravas, razor clams and cockles (this one is wonderful for shellfish lovers, but better shared with these lovers since it swims in oil, and just a taste will do), serrano ham paquetitos, shark meat fried pescado en adobo, and grilled peppers with that delicious pyramidally shaped sea salt. The dishes were brought out quickly but in a logical order, and I believe our server advised us wisely by suggesting a dish of greens, which balanced things out. I liked the mood of Tia Pol, but the quality of food could be improved at the cost charged per plate. There are definitely more impressive tapas spots like this elsewhere in the city, with cleaner presentation and lower cost, but this one is great to have in this part of town.

1
★★★☆☆

Great place to have a quick bite or treat your palette to some pointedly flavored morsels, but don't make this a meal itself--focus on drinking and sparring with friends over shared portions--since each plate is packed with a profusion of flavors, some of them arriving in a pond of oil--you will feel the unease later. Service was very welcoming even at the nth hour of a Saturday night, and we ordered most of everything recommended--patatas bravas, razor clams and cockles (this one is wonderful for shellfish lovers, but better shared with these lovers since it swims in oil, and just a taste will do), serrano ham paquetitos, shark meat fried pescado en adobo, and grilled peppers with that delicious pyramidally shaped sea salt. The dishes were brought out quickly but in a logical order, and I believe our server advised us wisely by suggesting a dish of greens, which balanced things out. I liked the mood of Tia Pol, but the quality of food could be improved at the cost charged per plate. There are definitely more impressive tapas spots like this elsewhere in the city, with cleaner presentation and lower cost, but this one is great to have in this part of town.

Pros: Good vibe, interesting selection of plates

Cons: Not the best value

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The food is quite authentic, it is great tasting and reasonably priced. I wanted a spanish tapas bar after getting back from Barcelona and this was great. Sangrai is great, a little expensive, but don't let that stop you. My meal with a pitcher of sangria was only $40 per person.

Highly recommended, I will be going back!

2
★★★★★

The food is quite authentic, it is great tasting and reasonably priced. I wanted a spanish tapas bar after getting back from Barcelona and this was great. Sangrai is great, a little expensive, but don't let that stop you. My meal with a pitcher of sangria was only $40 per person.

Highly recommended, I will be going back!

Pros: food, setting, prices

Cons: location, random area

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I went to Tia Pol early in the week at about 6.30 and got a table right away. The service was quick and unobtrusive, and the food came just 5 minutes after we ordered it. It was tasty and exactly the way tapas should be - hot and tasty! Try it out for an after work catch up with 1 or 2 friends at the most - it's tiny!

2
★★★★☆

I went to Tia Pol early in the week at about 6.30 and got a table right away. The service was quick and unobtrusive, and the food came just 5 minutes after we ordered it. It was tasty and exactly the way tapas should be - hot and tasty! Try it out for an after work catch up with 1 or 2 friends at the most - it's tiny!

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Tia pol came highly recommended by a friend- great bargain. wonderful atmosphere. Having traveled in spain and had many a tapas :) i thought this place was great! service was amazing- drinks divine...and what a bargain. Took a friend from out of town here for her birthday and had a great time. Def. get the churzo con chocolate. YUM!!!! Will def. go back! Go early so you don't have to wait too long!

2
★★★★★

Tia pol came highly recommended by a friend- great bargain. wonderful atmosphere. Having traveled in spain and had many a tapas :) i thought this place was great! service was amazing- drinks divine...and what a bargain. Took a friend from out of town here for her birthday and had a great time. Def. get the churzo con chocolate. YUM!!!! Will def. go back! Go early so you don't have to wait too long!

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My friend and I checked this place out last Sunday night. When we arrived, it was packed, and since the place is so narrow it took us a while to get past the bar to the hostess. We were told that the wait was something on the order of an hour and fifteen or thirty minutes. We got on the list anyway. Perseverance seems to pay off here. We planted ourselves at an opening along the shelf opposite the bar. I sampled two of the cheaper wines (ie. ~$30/bottle) that are also available by the glass and got a bottle of the better one. The cheaper wines are really pretty unremarkable, not aromatic or tannic, and Rioja starts needlessly in the $50-70 range (hello Montecillo Reserva, where are you??). Having spent $130 on wine the night before, I just couldn't do it. Anyway, others were scared off by the wait, and we were seated before our first tapas even came. My friend and I will remember the breaded fish one for a long time. The seasoning is kind of like Cajun, and an absolute explosion of flavor in the mouth. We just sat there and grinned at each other. We also enjoyed the chorizo, the skirt steak, and the cheese plate, which finished the evening along with some oloroso in my case, and fino in his. Aside from the quirks of the wine list, this is a stellar place. The narrow brick space is extremely charming and reminds me of older places I've been here in the Twin Cities, in Chicago, and even the beloved Peggy's of Appleton, WI.

2
★★★★★

My friend and I checked this place out last Sunday night. When we arrived, it was packed, and since the place is so narrow it took us a while to get past the bar to the hostess. We were told that the wait was something on the order of an hour and fifteen or thirty minutes. We got on the list anyway. Perseverance seems to pay off here. We planted ourselves at an opening along the shelf opposite the bar. I sampled two of the cheaper wines (ie. ~$30/bottle) that are also available by the glass and got a bottle of the better one. The cheaper wines are really pretty unremarkable, not aromatic or tannic, and Rioja starts needlessly in the $50-70 range (hello Montecillo Reserva, where are you??). Having spent $130 on wine the night before, I just couldn't do it. Anyway, others were scared off by the wait, and we were seated before our first tapas even came. My friend and I will remember the breaded fish one for a long time. The seasoning is kind of like Cajun, and an absolute explosion of flavor in the mouth. We just sat there and grinned at each other. We also enjoyed the chorizo, the skirt steak, and the cheese plate, which finished the evening along with some oloroso in my case, and fino in his. Aside from the quirks of the wine list, this is a stellar place. The narrow brick space is extremely charming and reminds me of older places I've been here in the Twin Cities, in Chicago, and even the beloved Peggy's of Appleton, WI.

Pros: Great ambience, great tapas. Try the fish!

Cons: quality/price imbalances in the wine list, could be tricky to get a table

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So... i heard about Tia Pol because I used to work in Philly with a friend who worked with one of the owners of Tia Pol back when they were both at Ino (an amazing place in the West Village). So i took my boyfriend there back in November. This review is long overdue, but it was an amazing experience. We did not wait too long for a table, and once we were seated, the food and drinks arrived promptly. the food was AMAZING, especially the croquettas. everything arrived in a flurry, it was sent out as the kitchen prepared it (which is the best way to eat this kind of spanish tapas food). i cant remember how many plates we had, but it had to be at least 10 or 12. our waitress (amazing and friendly girl, ask for Meryl) suggested a great bottle of spanish wine for our dinner, along with spanish dessert wine, which i know nothing about. we left completely satisfied and full. I went back once or twice since then and its popularity has caught on. Hard to get a table, but i think they're open for lunch... I was told they're working on opening the back part of the property with more tables for the restaurant. Let's hope! But like I said, it's been a while...

2
★★★★☆

So... i heard about Tia Pol because I used to work in Philly with a friend who worked with one of the owners of Tia Pol back when they were both at Ino (an amazing place in the West Village). So i took my boyfriend there back in November. This review is long overdue, but it was an amazing experience. We did not wait too long for a table, and once we were seated, the food and drinks arrived promptly. the food was AMAZING, especially the croquettas. everything arrived in a flurry, it was sent out as the kitchen prepared it (which is the best way to eat this kind of spanish tapas food). i cant remember how many plates we had, but it had to be at least 10 or 12. our waitress (amazing and friendly girl, ask for Meryl) suggested a great bottle of spanish wine for our dinner, along with spanish dessert wine, which i know nothing about. we left completely satisfied and full. I went back once or twice since then and its popularity has caught on. Hard to get a table, but i think they're open for lunch... I was told they're working on opening the back part of the property with more tables for the restaurant. Let's hope! But like I said, it's been a while...

Pros: Great food, knowledgable service

Cons: small place, hard to get in!

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The days of a relaxing tapas evening at Tia Pol are gone. A recent visit found the bar seats to be under the control of the dim-witted hostess; marked with a placard 'These Seats are Reserved' immediately after the previous guests have left. The sangria pitchers are now heavy on ice and light on sangria; yielding just 3 wine glasses for your $28. The bartender compounds the disservice by not pouring the sangria on your behalf or offering the requisite spoon for digging the fruit bits from the colossal pile of ice left behind. The Dinner seating scheme is unintelligible with many tables left empty while guests and servers jab and jostle in the narrow entrance; most of the former not informed of the restaurant policy that allows you to place your name on the dinner list and then return hours later to claim your reservation. The wait staff does an admirable job and the kitchen continues to produce top-notch tapas variations. If you can handle front of the house ineptitude for an hour or so, the food is worth the wait. Sadly, a former neighborhood gem has fallen. I will not return.

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★★★☆☆

The days of a relaxing tapas evening at Tia Pol are gone. A recent visit found the bar seats to be under the control of the dim-witted hostess; marked with a placard 'These Seats are Reserved' immediately after the previous guests have left. The sangria pitchers are now heavy on ice and light on sangria; yielding just 3 wine glasses for your $28. The bartender compounds the disservice by not pouring the sangria on your behalf or offering the requisite spoon for digging the fruit bits from the colossal pile of ice left behind. The Dinner seating scheme is unintelligible with many tables left empty while guests and servers jab and jostle in the narrow entrance; most of the former not informed of the restaurant policy that allows you to place your name on the dinner list and then return hours later to claim your reservation. The wait staff does an admirable job and the kitchen continues to produce top-notch tapas variations. If you can handle front of the house ineptitude for an hour or so, the food is worth the wait. Sadly, a former neighborhood gem has fallen. I will not return.

Pros: kitchen, waitstaff

Cons: hostess, bartenders, poor value

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There're much better places in the city. Even for tapas the portions were ridiculously small, especially for the prices they charge. There were flies around the place too and just about anywhere you sit you'll feel you're in the way.

0
★☆☆☆☆

There're much better places in the city. Even for tapas the portions were ridiculously small, especially for the prices they charge. There were flies around the place too and just about anywhere you sit you'll feel you're in the way.

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Very disappointing expericence...even though there were plenty of tables available, a disorganized hostess tried to explain to us why there was a "one hour wait". To be even more annoying, they include the bar area into their reservation policy. So forget about stopping by for a drink. Sorry...but "attitude" paired with a total lack of organization just does not go well together.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Very disappointing expericence...even though there were plenty of tables available, a disorganized hostess tried to explain to us why there was a "one hour wait". To be even more annoying, they include the bar area into their reservation policy. So forget about stopping by for a drink. Sorry...but "attitude" paired with a total lack of organization just does not go well together.

Pros: charming decor

Cons: arrogant hostess, disorganized

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getting seating at this tiny but cozy restaurant is challenging. if you go anytime around 7-9pm your bound to wait for 20-45 minutes. the seating waitress was pretensous and completely forgot to bring us water that we requested. the food overall was salty but decent. the lamb kabobs were okay. i think the restaurant is overrated, not a good value, and not worth the hassle. its one of those places that seems appealing if your looking in from the outside due to the long line.

1
★★★☆☆

getting seating at this tiny but cozy restaurant is challenging. if you go anytime around 7-9pm your bound to wait for 20-45 minutes. the seating waitress was pretensous and completely forgot to bring us water that we requested. the food overall was salty but decent. the lamb kabobs were okay. i think the restaurant is overrated, not a good value, and not worth the hassle. its one of those places that seems appealing if your looking in from the outside due to the long line.

Pros: cozy, fast service

Cons: crowded, bad service, salty

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Went there a few days ago with a friend. It was packed but we were still seated within 15 minutes. The food was absolutely wonderful. Best lamb I've ever had. Love the ambience and the wait staff was very attentive. Only con? That too many people will hear about it and make it impossible to get in.

2
★★★★★

Went there a few days ago with a friend. It was packed but we were still seated within 15 minutes. The food was absolutely wonderful. Best lamb I've ever had. Love the ambience and the wait staff was very attentive. Only con? That too many people will hear about it and make it impossible to get in.

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Loved the creative tapas; fried chickpeas, fava bean sprd, crostini w/chocolate sc and chorizo to name a few. Several items have portion options so you can try several (and at very reasonable prices). Very good selection of Spanish wines/sherries by the glass and they allow or I should say encourage you to taste before ordering. Though tiny and always packed the place has a very warm atmosphere created primarily by the staff (esp the owner) who go the extra mile on service with their super friendly disposition, recommendations and generosity. I really like this place and can't wait to go back.

2
★★★★★

Loved the creative tapas; fried chickpeas, fava bean sprd, crostini w/chocolate sc and chorizo to name a few. Several items have portion options so you can try several (and at very reasonable prices). Very good selection of Spanish wines/sherries by the glass and they allow or I should say encourage you to taste before ordering. Though tiny and always packed the place has a very warm atmosphere created primarily by the staff (esp the owner) who go the extra mile on service with their super friendly disposition, recommendations and generosity. I really like this place and can't wait to go back.

Pros: service, food, atmosphere

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I went there on Monday and had to wait 50min for seat for two. Waitstaff was friendly and sagria was good. Tapas were average.

2
★★★★☆

I went there on Monday and had to wait 50min for seat for two. Waitstaff was friendly and sagria was good. Tapas were average.

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I went with the wifey last Friday and had a wonderful time. It's the usual small narrow dark NYC restaurant space (approx. 10 tables) and the tapas are great. We were told ~35 min. wait, but sat/ate at the bar right away. Bar seats are usually more interesting anyway. We shared 5 tapas b/w us and had plenty of food (even a little left over). The chorizo was very good and the potatoes aiola were incredible. We also had the stuffed peppers w/white tuna on top. Sangria was good and affordably priced by the pitcher. Waitstaff was attentive and helpful when we had questions. We'll definitely come back!

2
★★★★☆

I went with the wifey last Friday and had a wonderful time. It's the usual small narrow dark NYC restaurant space (approx. 10 tables) and the tapas are great. We were told ~35 min. wait, but sat/ate at the bar right away. Bar seats are usually more interesting anyway. We shared 5 tapas b/w us and had plenty of food (even a little left over). The chorizo was very good and the potatoes aiola were incredible. We also had the stuffed peppers w/white tuna on top. Sangria was good and affordably priced by the pitcher. Waitstaff was attentive and helpful when we had questions. We'll definitely come back!

Pros: potato tapas, Friendly staff

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I just went here with a friend and had the most wonderful time! The waitstaff was incredibly attentive, the food was absolutely delicious (and arrived very quickly), and the sangria, delightful. The duck breast was the winning dish of the evening -- perfectly done and excellently paired with its sauce. By far the best tapas restaurant Ive been to in New York (and beats most of the ones Ive been to in Spain). Save room for dessert

2
★★★★★

I just went here with a friend and had the most wonderful time! The waitstaff was incredibly attentive, the food was absolutely delicious (and arrived very quickly), and the sangria, delightful. The duck breast was the winning dish of the evening -- perfectly done and excellently paired with its sauce. By far the best tapas restaurant Ive been to in New York (and beats most of the ones Ive been to in Spain). Save room for dessert

Pros: Delicious Food, Nice Presenation, Cozy Ambience

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place is small so arrive early but you will love the food. Everything is tapas style and delicious. Alot of interesting items and worth it!
Definately try the sangria.
Best sangria I ever had in a long time.

2
★★★★☆

place is small so arrive early but you will love the food. Everything is tapas style and delicious. Alot of interesting items and worth it!
Definately try the sangria.
Best sangria I ever had in a long time.

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On CitySearch's recommendation, we put Tia Pol on our "must experience" list. We were extremely disappointed! Walking in it was if we had walked into a "private" party. The bartender/wait staff were unfriendly, uninterested in serving us and more preoccupied with letting us know when the kitchen was closing (we arrived at 11pm, kitchen closed at midnight). They had one beer on tap, gave us no help with recommending wine or food and treated us like the annoying aunt who visits unannouced. We were looking forward to authentic Spanish tapas; having been to Spain many times and love food and culture. When we ordered a salad and a few tapas they threw them all at us at once. The salad was good, tapas just okay. The spot could be nice, we liked the simpleness and openness, but left asap. Unlike the unannounced aunt, we know when we aren't welcomed.

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★☆☆☆☆

On CitySearch's recommendation, we put Tia Pol on our "must experience" list. We were extremely disappointed! Walking in it was if we had walked into a "private" party. The bartender/wait staff were unfriendly, uninterested in serving us and more preoccupied with letting us know when the kitchen was closing (we arrived at 11pm, kitchen closed at midnight). They had one beer on tap, gave us no help with recommending wine or food and treated us like the annoying aunt who visits unannouced. We were looking forward to authentic Spanish tapas; having been to Spain many times and love food and culture. When we ordered a salad and a few tapas they threw them all at us at once. The salad was good, tapas just okay. The spot could be nice, we liked the simpleness and openness, but left asap. Unlike the unannounced aunt, we know when we aren't welcomed.

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In order to get tapas and a small table you will need to wait at least 40 min on a Saturday night, but rest assure that you will leave a very satisfied customer. Try not to over look this place as you pass it by---its a little hole in the wall but the result will leave you asking for more! The tapas are very tasty especially the Patatas Fritas, bread w/fava bean spread and the pork sandwich. To drink I recommed their white sangria w/strawberries and to finish the night a nice dessert of cake w/dulce de leche ice cream. Enjoy!

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★★★★★

In order to get tapas and a small table you will need to wait at least 40 min on a Saturday night, but rest assure that you will leave a very satisfied customer. Try not to over look this place as you pass it by---its a little hole in the wall but the result will leave you asking for more! The tapas are very tasty especially the Patatas Fritas, bread w/fava bean spread and the pork sandwich. To drink I recommed their white sangria w/strawberries and to finish the night a nice dessert of cake w/dulce de leche ice cream. Enjoy!

Pros: fast service, delicious tapas, reasonable prices

Cons: long wait

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A great experience on many levels, the food the ambience and of course the wine wine.

2
★★★★★

A great experience on many levels, the food the ambience and of course the wine wine.

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The sangria is delicous!! Everything I've eaten here has tasted absolutely delicous. I highly recommend Tia Pol for a night of tapas and wine with friends or a date. Check it out!

2
★★★★★

The sangria is delicous!! Everything I've eaten here has tasted absolutely delicous. I highly recommend Tia Pol for a night of tapas and wine with friends or a date. Check it out!

Pros: good wine, good food

Cons: small, large groups difficul

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I made a reservation last week for 8 people for my best friend's birthday. Our whole party ended up being late but the hostess was gracious enough to hold the table for our party. We even ended up having 2 more girls in our party and they gave us extra stools to sit on. The food was fabulous, the service was great, and overall we had a wonderful time. The place is super crowded and pretty small but it feels more intimate than cramped. The prices are awesome too! I am definitely coming back.

2
★★★★☆

I made a reservation last week for 8 people for my best friend's birthday. Our whole party ended up being late but the hostess was gracious enough to hold the table for our party. We even ended up having 2 more girls in our party and they gave us extra stools to sit on. The food was fabulous, the service was great, and overall we had a wonderful time. The place is super crowded and pretty small but it feels more intimate than cramped. The prices are awesome too! I am definitely coming back.

Pros: Great tapas, good sangria, great prices

Cons: a bit crowded

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Tia Pol is amazing...it's charm oozes through its people and food. I went with three of my friends on Saturday night, waiting 30 mintures for a table, but chowed on some incredible tapas and sangria as we waited. There was a pretty hostess that kept checking up on us and made us feel welcome. We met one of the owners and she was just as charming. It was an warm and welcoming place to bring guests because the staff is accomodating and does not have the typical snobbish attitude a place with such quality food and buzz usually has. Again, it's small, and so there is always a wait, but it's well worth it. Be sure to get a pitcher of sangria and paquetitos de jamon, awesome.

2
★★★★★

Tia Pol is amazing...it's charm oozes through its people and food. I went with three of my friends on Saturday night, waiting 30 mintures for a table, but chowed on some incredible tapas and sangria as we waited. There was a pretty hostess that kept checking up on us and made us feel welcome. We met one of the owners and she was just as charming. It was an warm and welcoming place to bring guests because the staff is accomodating and does not have the typical snobbish attitude a place with such quality food and buzz usually has. Again, it's small, and so there is always a wait, but it's well worth it. Be sure to get a pitcher of sangria and paquetitos de jamon, awesome.

Pros: warm, excellent food, ambiance

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The first two times I went to Tia Pol, I left when they told me it would be a 45 minute wait (and this was midweek-they dont' take reservations). The third time I decided to wait, and I'm very glad I did. The wine list/cocktails here are great, and the tapas menu (all in Spanish) is incredible. I spent three weeks in Spain last year and this really brought me bac there. The waitress was really helpful and helped us choose 4/5 tapas, which were all amazing. We had sangria and cocktails and had a great time. The place is tiny, but that's part of its charm, and when it's warm out, it's worth grabbing a cool drink and waiting outside for a table. You won't regret it.

2
★★★★★

The first two times I went to Tia Pol, I left when they told me it would be a 45 minute wait (and this was midweek-they dont' take reservations). The third time I decided to wait, and I'm very glad I did. The wine list/cocktails here are great, and the tapas menu (all in Spanish) is incredible. I spent three weeks in Spain last year and this really brought me bac there. The waitress was really helpful and helped us choose 4/5 tapas, which were all amazing. We had sangria and cocktails and had a great time. The place is tiny, but that's part of its charm, and when it's warm out, it's worth grabbing a cool drink and waiting outside for a table. You won't regret it.

Pros: Authentic, Excellent Tapas, Always Busy

Cons: Small, Busy

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The food is wonderful and the staff is extremely warm. It is a great place to eat with 1-3 friends as the space is small and cozy. The tiny bar is also a great place for wine a few tapas.

2
★★★★★

The food is wonderful and the staff is extremely warm. It is a great place to eat with 1-3 friends as the space is small and cozy. The tiny bar is also a great place for wine a few tapas.

Pros: Cozy, Inexpensive

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A lovely, tiny place with friendly staff. The mussel and white bean stew special was so scrumptious we ordered another one. Nice cheese plate with candied squash garnish. I can't recommend the intriguing red wine sorbet in a glass of coca cola dessert -it was like a slurpee with a hint of cinnamon. Otherwise, excellent.

2
★★★★★

A lovely, tiny place with friendly staff. The mussel and white bean stew special was so scrumptious we ordered another one. Nice cheese plate with candied squash garnish. I can't recommend the intriguing red wine sorbet in a glass of coca cola dessert -it was like a slurpee with a hint of cinnamon. Otherwise, excellent.

Pros: food!

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went with 3 others to this little tapas place and had to wait awhile, but we started ordering at the bar area then the staff kindly moved us over to a table when it was free. the bartender recommended a great wine, and 3 bottles later, we were glowing with happiness. the food is aboslutely delicious. best remembered favorites are the tuna and the white asparagus with caviar. cant wait to go again.

2
★★★★★

went with 3 others to this little tapas place and had to wait awhile, but we started ordering at the bar area then the staff kindly moved us over to a table when it was free. the bartender recommended a great wine, and 3 bottles later, we were glowing with happiness. the food is aboslutely delicious. best remembered favorites are the tuna and the white asparagus with caviar. cant wait to go again.

Pros: tasty tapas, friendly service, fun atmosphere

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I met two old friends whom I lived in Madrid with at Tia Pol and it was the perfect spot. We shared pitchers of Sangria, which was excellent and completely met my standards. The tapas were tastier than I've had in Spain. I highly recommend this spot to those who enjoy tapas, sangria, and wine! Oh, and the atmosphere was very cozy and friendly.

2
★★★★★

I met two old friends whom I lived in Madrid with at Tia Pol and it was the perfect spot. We shared pitchers of Sangria, which was excellent and completely met my standards. The tapas were tastier than I've had in Spain. I highly recommend this spot to those who enjoy tapas, sangria, and wine! Oh, and the atmosphere was very cozy and friendly.

Pros: sangria, tapas, atmosphere

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The tapas was truly delicious, especially the foie gras special that we ordered. Not sure about the wine but the sangria we ordered is only so-so. It wasn't flavorable and the wine was a bit watery. The staff wasn't friendly and the service was disappointing. It was a very cold nite and they have the window at the back opened because of poor ventilation in the kitchen. The waiter refused to close the window eventhough the customers was freezing. After numerous complaints from different tables, the waiter finally gave in. But then the restaurant starting to get smoky.... so you decide

2
★★★★☆

The tapas was truly delicious, especially the foie gras special that we ordered. Not sure about the wine but the sangria we ordered is only so-so. It wasn't flavorable and the wine was a bit watery. The staff wasn't friendly and the service was disappointing. It was a very cold nite and they have the window at the back opened because of poor ventilation in the kitchen. The waiter refused to close the window eventhough the customers was freezing. After numerous complaints from different tables, the waiter finally gave in. But then the restaurant starting to get smoky.... so you decide

Pros: Good Food, Reasonably priced

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I have been to Tia Pol numerous times now and it has been consistently excellent. The atmosphere is warm and inviting. It's small and extremely romantic. The service is friendly and down home. Most importantly, the food is beyond description--it's EXCELLENT and Authentic. I would have to say it's even better than that other highly popular Tapas Bar owned by New York's favorite red-headed Italian chef, on 17th street and Irving Place.

Tia Pol is the perfect neighborhood date and after work hangout place, no matter what neighborhood you live in.

2
★★★★★

I have been to Tia Pol numerous times now and it has been consistently excellent. The atmosphere is warm and inviting. It's small and extremely romantic. The service is friendly and down home. Most importantly, the food is beyond description--it's EXCELLENT and Authentic. I would have to say it's even better than that other highly popular Tapas Bar owned by New York's favorite red-headed Italian chef, on 17th street and Irving Place.

Tia Pol is the perfect neighborhood date and after work hangout place, no matter what neighborhood you live in.

Pros: Food, Ambience

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Tia Pol is the epitome of what a great neighborhood restaurant should be - great authentic food, nice people, prompt service. The tapas are wonderfully delicious. The chefs are really different here, no hype, no new contemporary whatever, just solid, delicious, home cooking Spanish food. The flan with orange is sooooo good if you still have room at the end of the meal. Thank you Tia Pol for coming to our West Chelsea neighborhood.

2
★★★★★

Tia Pol is the epitome of what a great neighborhood restaurant should be - great authentic food, nice people, prompt service. The tapas are wonderfully delicious. The chefs are really different here, no hype, no new contemporary whatever, just solid, delicious, home cooking Spanish food. The flan with orange is sooooo good if you still have room at the end of the meal. Thank you Tia Pol for coming to our West Chelsea neighborhood.

Pros: Food, Inexpensive

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This perpetually packed eatery serves such authentic tapas that you'll almost forget you're in West Chelsea. The long, atmospheric front room has bar seating and about a dozen tables for two. The space does not lend itself to large groups,…

 

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