Had a beer after dinner. Very nice outdoor patio. Service was good. Selection was okay. Value was good.
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Laid-back, high-quality, affordable, friendly staff, delicious food! Nom nom nom! I haunt this place on a regular basis!
We were skeptical when a friend dragged us here. just sandwiches? but, we settled in on the sidewalk and began to wade our way through the croquettas, the cheese appetizer, a couple of different tortillas de patatas, and a bunch of red wine and realized...More
I had heard from friends that Basque food was all deep fried. The only thing that was fried were the croquetas. Oh my goodness - everything was awesome. I had the lamb kebabs with croquetas - they were awesome - this is a 10 out...More
During a tour of the Basque Museum (located next door) the tour leader raved about the Basque items at Bar Gernika. We could not eat that day, but returned for lunch about a week later. Boy...were we disappointed. We entered from the side and the...More
I have been here several times - the first was for Jaialdi (this was the international Basque festival held here every five years) and they handled the crowds beautifully. Recently, we went back to see how it was on a normal day. It was great....More
My great grandpa is from the old country, so I'm always on the hunt for good Basque food. Bar Gernika did not disappoint. As most have already stated in reviews, the beer is one of the best parts of coming here, some great brews on...More
This is an excellent local bar/restaurant. It's very tiny, and was filled with locals the evening that I went. Had a Spicy Lamb Grinder and a local brew. The Croquetas were amazing and worth a try if you've never had them. The staff was friendly...More