Estragon Tapas

Tapas, Spanish
$ $ $
700 Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 266-0443
Monday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Bold, authentic tapas served in a romantic atmosphere that's perfect for dates. Try the fried chickpeas, the littleneck clams, and the classic tortilla.
  • Go to the bar and order the lamb skewers and a Coopers beer.
  • The Artichokes are fantastic
  • Retooled, fancied-up dishes (barbecued octopus, Sweet 100 tomatoes, and micro-cress) mingle with traditional, straightforward classics (tortilla espaola, jamn croquettes, gambas al ajillo).
  • Estragon in the South End has $1 tapas Mon-Thursday starting at 5:30pm.
  • reservations are taken, but ignored; come with plenty of time
  • The portions are very American, i.e. Big :)
  • Estragon offers superb tapas at reasonable prices. Billing itself as the only Spanish restaurant in Boston with a native Spaniard at its helm, we recommend reservations on weekends.
  • Their fried Garbanzo beans tapas is amazing. Eat.
  • Best south end tapas.
  • Great happy hour deals. Ask your server for recommendations, but everything I tried (most of the happy hour menu) was terrific.
  • Churros con chocolate. So goooood
  • The place was nice but the tapas and paella we were served seemed like it was drenched in olive oil and tasteless. However, the ice cream and flan were amazing and saved them.
  • The goat cheese and tomato spread is fantastical. Listen to the reviews, the flourless chocolate cake is the single most important thing for you to order. This is not a drill.
  • amazing $1, $3 and $5 dollar tapas during 'happy hour' from 5-7 monday thru thursday. love the goat cheese, artichoke hearts and crispy fried chickpeas! amazing sangria! try the special ice cream!
  • Order the pimientos shishito for an appetizer and I highly recommend the burger with bacon and egg...
  • Family recipes dominate at this Spanish-owned South End tapas bar, which is a personal favorite among the city's food media. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Don't miss the scallops, eggplant fries and Brussels sprouts. Great beer list, too.
  • Delicious AUTHENTIC Spanish tapas. Worth the cab ride. Try the pringa- beef shank, pork belly, bone marrow on toast- sounds gross but it's incredible!
  • Even after having tapas in Spain, this place is still one of the best, IMO. The salt cod fritters and fried artichokes are heavenly!

Nearby places

1395 Washington St (at Union Park St)
541 Tremont St (btwn Clarendon & Berkeley St)
278 Shawmut Ave (at Hanson St.)