Tapas in the Corridor

What started as a tool used to cover drinks from fruit flies in bars has turned into a delicious appetizer, sometimes with entire restaurants dedicated to it! We are talking about tapas—spicy, savory and the perfect complement to your next happy hour. Keep reading for some of our recommendations for tapas in the Corridor.



Antonio Ristorante

Mozzarella Alla Caprese

This lite but tasty option is always a good go-to

Fresh mozzarella and tomatoes served with virgin olive oil, oregano and fresh basil with balsamic glaze.
If you’re feeling more of a flavorful tapas option, the Shrimp Brochette at El Ricon is a great option.

El Rincon’s chefs create bold flavors in their well-loved Mexican dishes.



You definitely don’t want to miss their brunch menu options and some great shareable bites! This peach option is a bit sweeter than the previous options above, but the grilled peaches combines with a fig balsamic is a flavorful mixture.

Grilled Peach Bruschetta

Crispy prosciutto, arugula, burrata, and fig balsamic reduction.

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