Saturday, September 4, 2010

La Tapa! Spanish bar inside Sao Paulo

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This Spanish bar is the perfect place for a cold beer and to taste some tapas. This is La Tapa! It is managed by  two partners who met when they were studying at the University Anhembi Morumbi. The decoration of this building reminds Spain too: on the walls, there are fans of flamenco, bullfighting posters, pictures of tourist sites in Span and, of course, the flag of the country. The typical tapas are the focus of the menu.

You should go there and try the gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns); the patatas bravas (potatoes with a spicy sauce); the pantomaca, which is bread with tomatoes and usually a slice of cheese or jamon on top, finally you won't miss the tortilla, the typical Spanish omelette with potatoes. Delicious!To drink the offer includes the typical alcoholic sangria and beers, among the 25 labels you can try the Spanish Estrella Damm Inedit. It 's 15 minutes walking from the subway station Tatuapé, easy to reach.

When: Tuesday to Friday from 5 pm; Saturday and Sunday from midday.
Where: Rua Serra do Japi, 560 - Sao Paulo

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