Escape into a world of appetizers
& small bites, discover Tapas.
“An upscale yet modest Spanish spot”. (The Staten Island Advance)
Authentic cuisine with a large selection
of tapas, paellas, seafood, 6 different flavors
of sangria. Open 7 days for lunch & dinner.
Flamenco show every weekend.Spanish guitars
2 party rooms. Off premises catering.
In Staten Island, tapas are really different than any other tapas in any other area in New York
The Spanish music from traditional to modern flamenco rock tunes transports you to Spain
where Paella is the king and Sangria the drink to have.
You enter in Tapas restaurant & bar and for any Sangria you ask during happy hour you get $5 each tapas from a variety
including some of the best cold and/or hot tapas in the market
which can be from some olives with Spanish ham up to a real meal size.
The Lunch Menu special at $9.95 Monday – Friday
and the all you can eat Tapas at: $25.00 During the week are great deals
How to get there?
A free ride across the New York Harbor
the Staten island ferry serves commuters traveling between Staten Island and Lower Manhattan
Visitors looking to visit TAPAS can enjoy the waterfront views and the Statue of Liberty
during the free ride across the harbor
Whitehall St. Line R
South Ferry: Line 1
Bowling Green: Line 4 – 5 – 6
Take the Staten island Ferry (Free Ride)
When you arrive at St. George
by train: Take the train (SIR) from the Staten Island Ferry terminal
to Stapleton (Second stop)
by Bus: Take the S74, s76, S78, or the 51
by Taxi: A $7 to $10 ride
will take you directly to TAPAS Restaurant and Bar
on Bay St. 661 Staten Island 10304
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