Nestled in the State & Thomas / Uptown area of Dallas, if you blink you would miss Si Tapas ... that is unless the Zagat's sticker on the front door catches your eye! Clearly a renovated house, this place is such a treat! Expansive bar, wooden floors, wine wall in the back stone-floored room, there's plenty to offer in such a small place. The atmosphere is clean and cozy - my friend and I sat for lunch in that back room looking out to a patio reminiscent of a European cafe: lattice roof, a few tables and chairs enclosed by railings and trees wrapped with lights - can imagine how gorgeous it would be at night!
We tried the Tomae al Ajillo (and could have had 2), Aceitunas de la Casa, Montadito de Casa Lucas, Solomillo a la Mostaza and Pollo en Cerveza - and all were spectacular! My friend wasn't a seafood lover, so I wasn't able to try any of those dishes, but there were plenty!
MUST TRY: the sangria. I'm not typically a sangria-lover but this was great, very light, refreshing and cranberry-juice like.
Parking: during the day this isn't a problem, but at night the only viable option is valet.
I am definitely planning a return visit!
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