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Latin American Restaurant$$
Today 11:30AM–2AM
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222 Berkeley St Boston, MA 02116
222 Berkeley StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02116
$$Latin American Restaurant, American Restaurant
Latin American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Wine Bar
Today 11:30AM–2AM
Monday 11:30AM–2AMTuesday 11:30AM–2AMWednesday 11:30AM–2AMThursday 11:30AM–2AMFriday 11:30AM–2AMSaturday 11:30AM–12AMSunday Closed
Tico is all about your good time.
Conceived by Chef/Owner Michael Schlow (Via Matta, Alta Strada, Tico DC) and designed by David Manfredi of Elkus-Manfredi Architects, Tico is a new and exciting style of restaurant; American at its core, the menu is influenced by Schlow's travels and love for Spain, Mexico and South America.
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Vibrant hot spot where Latin American-inspired small plates are prepped in an open kitchen.- Google
"I had the blood orange margarita and it was delicious."
"As you normally expect at a tapas bar, it is fairly pricey but well worth it."
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Dylan George
a month ago
Great tapas place , the food is delicious (the octopus and tacos are quite good, and for dessert the tres leches is amazing ). Plates are a little small but it's tapas. And pricing isn't terrible. Definitely recommend this place it's good for big groups and small.
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John Snedden
in the last week
Large bar and restaurant popular for business lunches and the after work crowd. Interesting menu with some delightful food.
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Stacy Deterra
5 months ago
Food is very good.. The bill was $ 247 between 3 people and noone was drunk. Dont buy the mixed drinks get beer. They dont get you drunk and its 16 bucks each.
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Wade Lanser
6 months ago
Very little portions for a lot of money. The tacos were bland and not very exciting all though the Ticos Mac and Cheese was excellent. The so called chorizo was not chorizo, i am an Arizona resident so i know real chorizo, was just a couple of small chunks of sausage with a little spice. $10 for 3 tiny bites. The service was good but maybe because it was not very busy. After $70 for two people we left very hungry and went to Wendys for burgers.
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Brian Christensen
2 weeks ago
I'm not an avid online reviewer, but felt it was necessary after my experience at TICO. Previously, I have been here for lunch and the food was very plentiful and delicious. Based on this experience, I recently went back for dinner with my parents and left far from satisfied. I realize this is a tapas bar, but the dinner portions were insanely overpriced and incredibly small. Our bill was $100 for three drinks, 3 scallops, 2 fish tacos and the smallest piece of salmon I've ever had. We ended up at a 2nd restaurant later on for our main course.
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Al Garcia
3 months ago
Great food... the octopus and the chorizo were fabulous. And tres leches for dessert. I will recommend it to all my friends.
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Bevin Rives
2 months ago
Extremely yummy, nice atmosphere, friendly staff, amazing tacos. Prices are a shade high, but it's Back Bay.
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David Morrel
4 months ago
On the more expensive side. The 'Crunchy Chicken BLT' & 'Shrimp Po'Boy' are my favorite lunch items, and the side of fries are always on point. Great location near Copley Square.


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