Tia Pol

Row 1

205 10th Ave (btwn 22nd & 23rd St.)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 675-8805
$ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–11:00 PM Fri: Noon–Midnight Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 11:00 AM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Order the Fried Chick Peas (smoked paprika and bacon fat). Yum...
  • Solid Chelsea tapas spot.
  • Start with a bottle of wine & a cheese plate, and then split patatas bravas, pimientros, croquetas, gambas al ajillo, & huevos rellenos ... so good!
  • It's everything you've heard, and more -- but almost impossible to get into without a long wait at peak hours. If you're impatient, El Quinto Pino is a fine nearby alternate.
  • When you put one of the croquettes in your mouth, every problem in the world evaporates for about 45 seconds. Then returns, heavier than ever. But man, those 45 seconds...
  • Great Iberian wine selection, a kickin' tapas menu and excellent service make this one of my favorite "after work" spots. -Jacqueline Lombard, Top Chef
  • Eat as many Pattatas bravas as possible.
  • Fried chickpeas is a must!
  • order sangria! It's fantastico!
  • Very very good Tapas, but the chickpeas well those are special, deviled eggs and churros are delicious. Tight quarters and intimate.
  • Get the croquettes!
  • Order the left side of the menu. Seriously. Croquettes, garlic shrimp, lamb skewers, potatas bravas, and on and on and on...
  • Get the squid in ink with rice, the patatas bravas, chorizo al jerez, and, of course, the daily croquettes. One of the best tapas restaurants in NYC hands down.
  • Try the Chicken Liver Toast
  • Try the Desayuno Baserri
  • Order squid ink with rice
  • So many tapas! Croquettes are delish
  • A nice stop for a glass of wine in the late afternoon. The food is ok, nothing special but with wine can get a few dishes and enjoy it.
  • The squid in its own ink is my favorite. It's absolutely delicious.
  • This tiny tapas joint serves up some of the best red sangria and patatas braves we've had - trust us!