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Informal eatery with outdoor seating known for its traditional & innovative Spanish tapas.- Google
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a month ago
I meant to come here for my birthday, but I forgot the name of this place when my friend was making plans. Instead I went to cafe iberico and was really disappointed with them despite all their hype. Now that I remember Emilio's I will be going back very soon to make up for it. I previously went to Emilio's a year ago and hope they haven't changed anything! Great atmosphere, sangria, servers, music, small plates and desserts!
8 months ago
The staff was friendly and helpful. First time trying Tapas, while visiting a city far from home. They welcomed us warmly and guided us through the steps of ordering our Tapas and were understanding while we asked questions about what was in the dishes and how they were prepared. It was a quiet nite there, so we had a great meal and new experience.
7 months ago
The atmosphere, the food, the drinks, and the service are unparalleled. Do yourself a favor and get here!! Awesome
3 months ago
Worst experience in town! Completely tasteless paella and tapas. Paella Valenciana just wrong from ingredients that seem not even fresh. Shrimp had a terrible taste. Bread was served without olive oil and again not fresh. i waisted 50 bucks sadly.
2 years ago
Standard and authenticity of menu is as good as many restaurants in Spain. Good to see that they have a great range of more unusual Spanish dishes, from number of regions, on the menu rarther than the standard selection. The selection of wines and drinks very good also. Nice atmosphere and decor. Enjoyed the dining experience here very much.