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10 expert recommendations
On a cold and rainy night (alas, there are a good number of those in Portland), the casual and inviting Toro Bravo is a ray of Mediterranean sunshine.It's all good, but be sure to save room for the olive oil cake with roasted berries for dessert.
This bustling spot with closely spaced tables and a lively vibe caters heavily to groups, as the small-plates format is perfect for sharing. Full review →
I don't usually applaud for a meal, but the first time I ate at this neighborhood restaurant, my dinner companions and I just couldn't help ourselves. Full review →
Even though Toro Bravo has been around several years, it remains a hot draw. Full review →
Sure, you could order the house bacon and manchego burger here and be happy, but it's the endless list of tapas that should guide your taste buds. Full review →
Patrons begin lining up before 5pm for this intimate tapas spot with big flavors.
Best tapas in Portland, hands down; it's ALL delicious. Full review →
This smart and unpretentious tapas restaurant... uses local ingredients to create Spanish-inspired, sometimes revelatory dishes. Full review →
It truly is a tapas “bar,” and the best approach to take there is to order just a few dishes, hang onto the menu and then order some more. Full review →
This "bustling" Boise-Eliot tapas bar "extraordinaire" transports diners "to Seville" with "fantastically prepared" Spanish fare. Full review →