Taberna Del Alabardero

Row 1

Details
1776 I St NW (at 18th St)
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 429-2200
Spanish
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:30 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try merlusa and gambas al ajillo
  • Good but extremely overpriced
  • Half priced happy hour tapas and sangria
  • Missy Frederick says: "Check out the new pinxto bar. A snack, similar to tapas and often served on toothpicks. New items just added to their bar. (WBJ 1/14/11)
  • Wonderful classic Spanish cuisine. Have been a regular for 15+ years!
  • Best Spanish restaurant in D.C. hands down.
  • The service is at least three times better than the food. The host literally ran down a taxi for a couple.
  • Atmosfera magnifica, piatti squisiti
  • Delicious, authentic Spanish fare, with impeccable service. In warm weather, try their chilled gazpacho and for dessert (at anytime of year), their flan is nicely prepared. Steak is a tasty entree.
  • we continue to show the best our culture has to offer. Named the best Spanish restaurant outside of Spain by Esquire magazine, Taberna del
  • he Evolution of Tradition is presented with Executive Chef Javier Romero introducing a new approach to some clasic tapas. From old school battling it out
  • Spanish Cuisine, Fine Dining, Paella, Tapas, Sangria, Pinxtos, Cochinillo,
  • Voted Best Spanish Restaurant outside of Spain by Esquire Magazine.
  • Fixed menu 35 US$: tapas, paella & dessert
  • Sadly the paella was nothing on real Spanish food,
  • Their take on tiramisu is unique and delicious! Perfect end to a fantastic meal.
  • Best Happy Hour in DC!
  • Looking forward to a winemaker dinner tonight at the Taberna, which will be as good as the last one with Vincente Dalmau Cebrin-Sagarriga
  • Tapas an sangria ate lovely - dint eat the tiramisu it's disgusting !! The worst I've eaten in the world totally foul.
  • Very good, but check on the menu to see if they have what you want.