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One thing is undeniable, Tio's fare is hands down some of the best Spanish victuals anywhere in the city. Just try and look presentable before showing up, okay?
Candles light up the whitewashed walls of these cellar dining rooms, where the menu covers all regions of Spain. Full review →
Walk down the stairs into whitewashed rooms that resemble a wine cellar. Spanish artwork, wrought iron, and pottery decorate the tiny dining rooms that seem to go on and on. Full review →
Occasions big and small draw boisterous revelers who want to party in Spanish --- this is one place you can laugh long and loud and no one will arch an eyebrow. Waiters in red-and-blue... Full review →There are, however, three secrets you might want to know before you descend into this whitewashed grotto: they don't appear on the menu, but ask for the potato puffs --- crisp twice-fried morsels.
Old school, white tableclothed Spanish. Full review →
If this “immutable” special-occasion “staple” in Mt. Vernon is “favored by people nostalgic for the Nixon administration”, well, longtime faithfuls explain it truly is “as great as it was... Full review →If this "immutable" special-occasion "staple" in Mt. Vernon is "favored by people nostalgic for the Nixon administration", well, longtime faithfuls explain it truly is "as great as it was years ago" – from the "outstanding", "authentic" Spanish-Continental fare to the "potent" sangria; a "superb" crew works the "wonderfully cozy", whitewashed subterranean setting (just make sure to bring mucho dinero).