Taberna de Haro

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Details
999 Beacon St. (St. Mary's)
Boston, MA
(617) 277-8272
Tapas
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–9:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • The wine!
  • Deborah Hansen puts together a superb weekly wine dinner for a select group of 10 patrons: 5 wines & a boatload of well-matched tapas for $50. Reservations required. April 28th, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Theres no need to agonize over which entree to choose here: with tapas, you get a bunch of mini-meals in one.
  • Hi, if you're short on money, don't come here. It's expensive and not worth it. The garlic shrimps are HARD and so are the chicken thighs. Spanish tortilla too salty.
  • Best selection of aged Rioja anywhere.
  • Get the pisto manchego. Delicious delicious eggplant with onions, red peppers and an egg. You will be wiping your plate clean.
  • Go to Toro instead.
  • AMAZING SANGRIA.
  • They do brunch now!!
  • My favorite small plates in Boston. Authentic Spanish dishes and an excellent wine selection.
  • Patatas bravas, razor clams
  • In spring...try the Romesco with the Calots...and why not some Ros - Match them with the Organic Ros de Pacs - or Check us out on May 6th for a tasting - ask inside.
  • Goat cheese on toast, spinach tapas, and of course the shrimp in olive oil...all delicious!! Drink of choice: the Barcelona.
  • Frog legs were delicious!
  • Get the squid ink paella!!
  • Tapas straight out of Madrid and 300 Spanish wines to boot. Considered to be the most genuinely Spanish of Boston's many tapas offerings. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Skip the squidbut don't question ordering the artichokes. SO GOOD.
  • Order both flans for dessert. SO GOOD.
  • The eggplant is relish! Dip the rustic bread in it!
  • You can't go wrong, nor can you order too much. The Seoro de P.pecia wine is fantastic!