The flavor combinations for all the dishes were spectacular. The tapas style plating allowed us to share everything! The service was spot on and the perfect compliment to our meal. Well done.
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Had a great meal here. The food was terrific as were the drinks as was the service. This is a little hole in the wall but well worth finding. Order a bunch of different tapas items and share.
If tapas is your thing, Still is one of the best. The menu changes, but some of the best mainstays are bacon-wrapped tater tots (these are a must-order), molten crap dip (rich and cheesy and full of real crab meat), and mac and cheese (duh)....More
A very cool and trendy place, a bit hard to find but worth the search. The entire menu is small plates which allows trying several items. The bacon wrapped tater tots and the pork tenderloin are on top of the list to order. Still's whiskey...More
The place is totally groovy. A bit hard to find - as its a hidden "speakeasy", but well worth the hunt. Brick walls and a gorgeous wood bar with smaller rooms to accommodate all. Great, patient, knowledgeable and attentive server (Crystal). We had 6 plates...More
The Black Opals, a private diner's club, met here for my birthday celebration. I had always heard great things but never visited this local gem. What a wonderful surprise!! The atmosphere as you enter is soothing and you know that you're in for an amazing...More
We were in Portsmouth for brief weekend trip and needed a place for Friday night dinner, and decided to try Still after 2 recommendations from locals. It was one if the best dinners I have ever had. First the ambience: as we walked up I...More
The food was excellent, the environment was relaxing and the service was over the top. The personnel was very professional and friendly.
I first heard about this restaurant on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives a long time ago. My curiosity was peaked after going to a neighboring town to attend a funeral. The food and atmosphere are very homey/comfortable, and although I have not met the cook, I...More