Posts Tagged ‘Spanish’

June 15, 2010 Off

Garces Trading Co. (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia, Favorite Food Entries

Joan flew over one weekend to join me at Philly. Since I was underwhelmed by Amada, I wanted her to experience the other outpost of the Garces Restaurant Group: Garces Trading Co. It’s located in the gayborhood – on the pretty, residential Locust street. While the other Garces’ establishments are tapas/wine bar, this one is […]

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November 26, 2006 4

La Paella (Beverly Hills)

By in 10: Beverly Hills

Many restaurants seems to be fully booked these days (it’s Thanksgiving holiday weekend in US). This makes things harder as we had a party of 9. I remembered this Spanish restaurant that I always passed by on San Vicente, it is located in a rather isolated residential neighborhood. They still have open table when I […]

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January 4, 2006 5

Sevilla (NYC: West Village)

By in 03: NYC, Favorite Food Entries

White Sangria and Seafood Paella. Back to the west side…it was pouring but we still insist finding a unique restaurant for Joan’s last dinner at NY. By this point we were sick of seeing too much French and Italian, so this Spanish place Sevilla seems tempting. Turns out it is brilliant and authetic, it’s an […]

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June 30, 2005 28

Ole! Tapas Bar & Spanish Restaurant (Studio City)

By in 18: Greater LA

Another Tapas entry! It’s in Studio City, an area I’m not too familiar with and never really been to. It’s a nice pretty area, even the apartments by the freeway are sooo nice! Electric Magarita, there’s a masquito in it, we asked for another one, and it’s still there (either they didn’t really change it, […]

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September 26, 2004 4

Bar Celona (Old Town Pasadena)

By in 02: Pasadena

Vero came back for visit this weekend from Seattle and we went to this new Spanish restaurant Bar Celona at Old town Pasadena. 7 out of 8 people drank 2 pitchers of Sangria, $35 each. I only had two glasses, Joan had one as she was driving (and she spilled another glass clean). It was […]

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