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Taberna de Haro

  • 999 and 1001 Beacon St. Map It
  • Brookline
  • Spanish

Published 07/13/2016

Fodor's Review

Cozy and saffron-yellow inside, this is Boston's first tapas bar to fully capture authentic Spanish cuisine. Kick off dinner with a generous selection of hot and cold tapas and raciones (medium-size plates) including such classics as a tortilla Española, shrimp in garlic oil, braised eggplant, and jamón Serrano. Then, consider one of the traditional entrées, such as cuttlefish and squid-ink paella, grilled lamb chops, or the spiced Moorish pork shoulder, seasoned with garlic, olive oil, and vinegar. The owners have hand-selected an inexpensive, nearly all-Spanish wine list with more than 320 varieties, of which 60 are sherry and manzanilla, including some sweet ones to accompany the traditional Spanish desserts of flan or cheeses with quince paste. An outdoor patio fills up throughout the summer, including at brunch, a "pig and egg"–focused affair with such offerings as migas (smoked bacon- and chorizo-sautéed croutons) with fried eggs and griddled pig's ear.

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999 and 1001 Beacon St., Brookline, Massachusetts, 02445, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 07/13/2016


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