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!
  • 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
  • This is an amazing tapas spot. Chicken liver mousse is the best I've ever had. Also classics like Serrano ham, padron peppers and tortilla espanola. Flan was perfect. Their specials are great too!
  • 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.
  • This tiny tapas joint serves up some of the best red sangria and patatas braves we've had - trust us!
  • Cute hole-in-the wall Tapas and Sangria place