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Tapas Revolution at Grand Central opens on Thursday, September 24.
Tinto Tapas may have four restaurants across the west of Scotland, but it's no bland chain, knocking out lacklustre food to a half.
With the tremendous success of last year's Rioja Wine & Tapas Festival, we are thrilled to bring the flavor of Rioja to the Windy City," said Luis Alberto Lecea, President of Rioja DOCa.
Antonio Saez, chef de cuisine, Catalan, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts: The concept of tapas and Spanish cuisine is still new in the region, but the response at Catalan has been very positive.
The flavours in good tapas are sophisticated and vary enormously in different parts of Spain.
Autumn has a propinquity with tapas for it is now that the pigs in many regions of Spain are put into the oak forests where they gorge the acorns, bringing a unique flavour to the meat of the pig, which in time becomes the finest Serrano ham.
Today those humble ingredients are among the pillars of Spanish tapas, and as such have been reintroduced to the New World in the tapas that feature prominently on menus throughout the bars and restaurants of North America.
Opened around 14 years ago, The Salsa Cafe offers a plethora of Spanish-style tapas, traditional and light, with daytime and evening menus.
After seeing a friend in Virginia open a tapas business that did well, Marks decided to try the same concept in Little Rock.
The "Tapas al Minuto" or Minute Snacks introduce convenient and tasty Tapas wrapped in an attractive and high performance packaging.
THE Tapas Seven are "in meltdown" over the failure of Portuguese police to make any meaningful progress in the hunt for Madeleine.