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La Tasca
Spanish Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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722 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001
722 7th Street NorthwestUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20001
$$Spanish Restaurant, BarToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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"It has a great happy hour with $4 sangria and tapas."
"Clearly frozen veggies in the paella ... yuck!"
"My boyfriend pretty much dreams about the Patatas Bravas!"
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Tommy Murphy
2 months ago
Very friendly, very good food, good value and great service. Fodor's recommendation and we are glad we did. Only complaint was a little more fruit and ice in the sangria.
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Jessica Rosenberg
6 months ago
Came here for dinner with friends as we'd been curious to try it. There were some highlights of the evening, but overall the meal was pretty eh and I don't feel a need to return. The food was expensive and hit or miss. The patatas tortilla was very nice and done well (quite moist and potato-y), but the grilled tuna was really lackluster (both the tuna and the topping). The fried manchego was less like eating cheese and more like eating little tatter tots, really; that was a disappointment. I had a pumpkin pie sangria, which I was REALLY excited to order... but then was totally let down by. Didn't taste like pie, didn't have the fruitiness of sangria. Everything was served very confusingly. Food came out at uneven times, and was just plopped down on the table without attention paid to who had ordered. We were not sharing plates, so this created a problem for us. Plates were then plucked up quickly before I'd had a time to really savor everything on it. The churros were pretty nice. The dough was really doughy, the sugar crystal plentiful, and the chocolate dipping sauce just the right amount of bitterness.
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Eunique Nexxe
8 months ago
I took my mom here while she was visiting for the holidays. I've been to the Alexandria location several times and haven't had any complaints. This location was actually better however, if that's even possible. We went for an early dinner before the Wizards game at the Verizon Center. The place was fairly empty, which I was slightly surprised at considering the timeframe. But after about an hour, more patrons started arriving. It may just be that I'm always early wherever I go. We ordered about six tapas and half a pitcher of Sangria. Our waiter rocked! He was so very upbeat and social. Both the drinks and food came out very quickly. I forgot to ask for glasses of water but the waiter brought them out anyway....what a mind-reader, lol. Totally great place to be with remarkable dishes and Sangrias! Love this location but the Alexandria one is much closer.
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zzz world
8 months ago
Wow! Amazingly great food. Great atmosphere. I will definitely put this place on my must return list.
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Paige Levin
2 months ago
You come here for the bottomless sangria brunch. Period. The space is pretty vast but lacks much ambiance. Heck it felt more like a generic pub than a Spanish eatery. Staff is attentive and tolerant of those tipsy customers readily throwing back the sangria like it's water. #DC #Sangria #Restaurant #Chinatown
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Tiffany T
11 months ago
Great happy hour special! Whenever friends come to visit from out of town, I take them to La Tasca for happy hour. They have several different types of sangria and a decent list of tapas to choose from. I've tried almost every type of tapas and sangria and loved everything I tried. We usually get a few pitchers of sangria and tapas to share as a group. The staff is extremely friendly and the wait is never super long to place an order.
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Aaron Lam
a year ago
Spanish food doesn't get any more Spanish than this, except for in Spain. The atmosphere and staff were great, and the food was amazing. It seems to stay quite busy, which makes sense after experiencing the food. One complaint would be that they nailed the concept of tapas/pinchos in all aspects except for price. I never paid much, and rarely paid anything, for tapas in all the time I spent in Spain as long as I bought a drink. I realize that's an unrealistic expectation of an American restaurant, but it is what keeps me from giving 5 stars.
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Greg Robinson
7 months ago
Ok food, a bit pricey for tapas. Portions and quality I got were not worth the price. The steak was good, the tablespoon of watery meat-juice drenched mashed potatoes that accompanied it was not. The clam in my wife's seafood paella was dead (never opened). Our server and atmosphere were excellent though.


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