An expansive 19th-century warehouse is now home to this fashionable, two-level restaurant serving Mediterranean-influenced fare. Enjoy tapas and large plates in the rich, red-hue setting lighted by giant wrought-iron chandeliers and smaller candles on tables, or head upstairs to the mezzanine and watch the crowd below. Service can be pretentious at times but is always quick with orders. Tasty tapas and warm, stylish decor make Pazo one of the city's better dinner destinations.
May 3, 2006
Tapas tasted like they came from the microwave. The service was pushy. In my previous experinces with tapas restaurants I found that each dish was delicious, flavorful and intricate, and the atmosphere was laid back and enjoyable, as we were not rushed to order all of our meals at once. It was the exact opposite at Pazo. I would go there again to sit on the couch and get drinks, but going for a meal is a waste of money. Better off going to Red Maple
if you want good food.
Aug 10, 2005
Delicious tapas and cocktails but the music accompanying your dinner becomes too loud by 10pm. So much so that you end up shouting across the table by the end of the night. Otherwise, it's a fabulous place with mouthwatering dishes.