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Spanish Restaurant, Tapas Restaurant, and Latin American Restaurant$$$$
Logan Circle - Shaw, Washington
151 Tips and reviews
  • tapas
  • slushito
  • good for dates
  • seafood
  • lively
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  • Seth K.
    Seth KaplanJuly 14, 2016
    The closest thing to eating at your (amazingly talented) friend's home. Try the tapas, or paella on Wednesdays, & ask your server to recommend a different Sherry for each dish, esp if you're a novice
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostApril 1, 2015
    In a bold departure from juniper-heavy gin & tonics, the gintonic here combines Old Raj gin, which has a tinge of saffron, with house-made tonic, infused with oranges, thyme and bitter bay leaf. Read more
  • M. Nicole S.
    M. Nicole SiobalMarch 7, 2011
    The best tapas I've had in DC. Their pork belly is amazingly tasty and flavorful. Another must try- tortilla de patatas, croquetas and chorizo. The most authentic and best quality tapas I've had in ye
  • Claire-Louise M.
    Claire-Louise McIntyreDecember 30, 2014
    Highly recommend sitting by the kitchen to watch the chefs in action. Definitely try the homemade G&T's, tortilla espanola and sautéed shrimps.Waiters are super friendly and knowledgable.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsAugust 9, 2013
    Plan ahead to avoid long waits at this super popular tapas spot. Make sure to get the roast corn during the warm months and the crispy brussel sprouts in the off season.
  • Ariane M.
    Ariane MoyerAugust 25, 2013
    Pork belly sandwiches are mind blowing. Bring your own wine - Steak entree and sautéed kale were amazing! Try to get seat near windows to watch craziness of DC walk by! Manchego cheesecake - yum.
  • Louis M.
    Louis McCoyOctober 18, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Cocktails are fantastic - expect to have to wait outside for 30 minutes or so, drive they don't take reservations unless you're party is 6 or larger. Worth the wait. Scallops are to die for.
  • Loren W.
    Loren WorsleyMarch 14, 2015
    Escalivada sandwich so good we ordered it twice. Brussels sprouts and crispy cod close runner ups, plus the armpit sweet quince jam cheesecake, and elderflower mixed drinks! Pricey but incredible.
  • Eater
    EaterJanuary 17
    The contemporary small plates menu boasts a strong selection of cheese and charcuterie, as well as pintxos, bocadillos and classic tapas dishes. Read more
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy COctober 6, 2015
    Arrive by 6p if you don't have a reservation (and they only take reservations for 6+ after 6p) to beat the crowd. The chilled tomato gazpacho and hanger steak are excellent choices.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsAugust 14, 2013
    Basque tapas, charcuterie, and other small plates with a bar menu that includes traditional ciders, sherry cocktails, and a bevy of other Spanish beverages.
  • Alex L.
    Alex LeonidasNovember 20, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Go here for the phenomenal food, but drinks program is no slouch thanks to Adam Bernbach. Great g&t made w/ Old Raj gin + housemade tonic; saffron hints in Old Raj are good call for a Spanish place.
  • Mohan B.
    Mohan BergJune 17, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Excellent! But come with a heavy wallet and be prepared to spend. Everything meticulously prepared and seasoned. Loud. Small parties. Dinner only. No reservations.
  • Justine P.
    Justine PetrenkoMarch 16, 2012
    After moving from Spain (Barcelona) I was a little bit worried about moving to Washington DC but this restaurant makes me feel back home :D If you a chance sit right by the kitchen, its more fun!
  • Colleen N.
    Colleen NJanuary 11, 2014
    From Washingtonian: watermelon slushito, mini pork belly and pickled pepper sandwich, scrambled eggs with mushrooms and goat cheese, manchego cheeseburger, country bread with honey butter
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureJanuary 4, 2013
    An ode to tapas in a chic, loftlike space. The roasted shishito peppers and the montadito (a Spanish open-faced sandwich) of duck and foie gras are menu highlights.
  • Kevin S.
    Kevin SchultzJanuary 2, 2015
    A seat at bar watching the prep is fun. But a warning: you will have a thin layer of cooking oil all over if you're too close! I enjoyed everything - just shouldn't have worn something dry clean only!
  • Pat R.
    Pat RussoDecember 29, 2016
    IMO the best tapas in D.C. I've been several times but brunch is probably my favorite. GoTos include the smoked salmon bocadillo, chorizo hash, and slow roasted pork. Enjoy!
  • Lionel M.
    Lionel MadiouJune 22, 2014
    Sauteed shrimp and mussels w/ chorizo are a is the braised bacon! Make sure to have a Tecolate if you're looking for a strong but fresh cocktail.
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostMarch 14, 2013
    Drink up. Estadio's gin and tonic, aka the Gintonic, showcases the drink's Spanish twist. They couple Old Raj gin or Tanqueray No. 10 with house-made orange-flower tonic.
  • Richard R.
    Richard RevillaApril 23, 2015
    Brunch is amazing for all different tastes on the menu. Have a mojito to top it off. Decor really symbolizes the Spanish culture.
  • Jamie S.
    Jamie StelterSeptember 29, 2013
    It smells like Barcelona up in here! Don't miss the blue crab jalapeno toast, patatas bravas, shrimp, and chargrilled scallions. Oh and hello, rosemary-infused tequila.
  • Sunaina S.
    Sunaina SwaminathanAugust 30, 2015
    Everything was so delish. Def get the lamb shoulder, jamon fig, foie gra, egg tortia... Worth every penny... Must try with a small group of friends
  • Steven A.
    Steven AndrophyAugust 17, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Better than Jaleo and cheaper! The pintxos, gazpacho and pan con tomate are amazing. Don't forget to save room for the awesome manchego cheesecake at the end!
  • Ruth K.
    Ruth KFebruary 22, 2015
    Everything is good and fresh. My go-tos...Mussels; shishito peppers, squid; chicken and rice. Refreshing cocktails. Haven't been blown away by desserts.
  • Kat L.
    Kat LDecember 31, 2013
    Beet goat cheese sandwich is a must. Papayas bravas were tasty. Next time Try tortilla espanola, foie gras sandwich, spicy chix, and crispy pork belly.
  • Trevor M.
    Trevor MApril 13, 2015
    Hanger steak, duck, fried cod, and brussels sprouts were my favorites. Be careful - your bill can add up quickly with all these yummy small plates!
  • Abbie W.
    Abbie WApril 2, 2013
    Everything I had was delicious. I would say the pistachio slushy and brussels sprouts are not to be missed. Sitting at the kitchen bar was fun.
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostOctober 16, 2013
    True to its name, this Spanish retreat in Logan Circle can be noisy as a "stadium" at full tilt. But good small plates and sherry cocktails are worth any ruckus.
  • Asim M.
    Asim MishraSeptember 3, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Start with an Old Raj, move onto the Heirloom tomatoes and Goat Cheese Motadito, Soft Shell Crab, Halibut and/or Flank Steak. Finish it off with the Nitella or Fig Tart.
  • Venu
    VenuDecember 18, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Great date place. Saffron infused old raj cocktail with citrus is one of the best in the city. Get ramps when in season.
  • Roman S.
    Roman ShumanJuly 25, 2010
    Best tapas in dc, blows Bodega, Jaleo, and La Tasca away. Everything we ordered was awesome and the pricing is def reasonable. Only thing that was not up to par was the red sangria (too bitter)
  • Brunch and the City
    Brunch and the CityJanuary 22, 2012
    The soft scrambled eggs with goat’s cheese, mushrooms and scallions was excellent -- the goat cheese was so good I wanted to eat it with a spoon Read more
  • Laura N.
    Laura NevilleFebruary 17, 2013
    If you can sit at the chefs bar in the back it's fun to watch them at work! An the cranberry slushito is amazing.
  • Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
    We're happy to have Estadio's executive chef Haidar Karoum at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival this year. Join us on May 30-June 2 for this huge showcase of food and beverage traditions of the South! Read more
  • Alvin C.
    Alvin ChenAugust 7, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    The pea shoots, in Chinese called Dou Mao, are delicious. Perfectly oily, salty, crunchy and delicious.
  • FiOS 50
    FiOS 50November 23, 2011
    From the folks behind Proof - this is one of DC's hardest-to-get tables. There's a sizable wine list. Try the alcoholic slushie while you're here.
  • Matt B.
    Matt BernsteinFebruary 8, 2015
    Every dish we ordered was delicious. My favorites were the scallops with cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and shishito peppers.
  • Alex M.
    Alex MecumOctober 1, 2016
    This place is phenomenal. Get the creamy polenta, sausage and eggs for brunch. Along with everything else on the menu.
  • Kathryn Y.
    Kathryn YuSeptember 16, 2010
    Both versions of their croquettas are textbook perfect. Creamy wild mushroom with roes peppers and arugula. Jamon with pickled cucumber. Don't miss the figs wrapped in ham either.
  • AskMen
    AskMenJuly 28, 2010
    The plates will be small in size but big in flavor: pintxos (little snacks from the Basque region), bocadillos (little sandwiches) and lots of grilled meats and seafood. Read more
  • Alice H.
    Alice HuJanuary 5, 2015
    Great tapas and delicious gin and tonics. Reservations up until 6pm... You have to wait for anything later.
  • John H.
    John HaberlandJune 8, 2014
    Amazing drinks and the best tapas I've ever had. You can't go wrong.
  • Lauren M.
    Lauren MelcherSeptember 26, 2011
    Everything is delicious, but especially the jamon croquettes, the chili corn and flourless chocolate cake. And they serve Surly! Get a pint.
  • Karla D.
    Karla De VitaMarch 22, 2015
    The braised beef short rib is amazing, the manchego...the butternut squash soup...en fin, everything is delicious!
  • Duncan M.
    Duncan McIntyreDecember 30, 2014
    Loved the homemade gin and tonics followed by spanish classics Tortilla Española and Croquetas de Jamon!
  • Joe R.
    Joe RizkFebruary 1, 2014
    Great tapas. 2-3 per person is good. Definitely try the octopus, brussels sprouts, and the scallions
  • Washingtonian Magazine
    Washingtonian MagazineJanuary 9, 2012
    Chef Karoum’s Spanish-influenced cooking doesn’t flaunt whiz-bang techniques or trendy ingredients—it’s made for everyday eating. Still, he’s making some of the most exciting food we’ve had this year.
  • Teresa
    TeresaJuly 18, 2015
    The raspberry slushito was delicious. The pan-seared halibut and garlic shrimp were perfectly cooked!
  • Chris S.
    Chris SwansonOctober 12, 2013
    Sat at the bar and got great advice and conversation from two of the bartenders. Excellent food and even better Gintonics!
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