Sure, you hear it all the time, but what actually are tapas? If you’ve ever been curious about this mysterious food item, you can have your questions answered by reading this post. For more information on tapas, just keep on reading.
Tapas are a signature dish in Spanish cuisine. In Spain, you can find tapas at street side cafes or tapas bars. But what actually are tapas? Well, they can be whatever you want them to be. Wait, what? Tapas are what we in America would call an appetizer or a snack. Tapas can be served hot or cold, and usually pair nicely with a full meal and drinks. Tapas are served in cafes and bars all across Spain and are even making their way onto food trucks. Street food isn’t a thing in Spain (it’s actually illegal), but tapas can even be compared to American street food.
Tapas are all about sharing. Dining out with friends is always a blast, especially when you have a delicious plate of tapas to split with one another. Pair tapas with a full meal, drinks, and your closest friends for an incredibly enjoyable dining experience.
You can split some tapas and enjoy a divine meal when dining at Tullulah’s Restaurant & Bar. Whether you’re interested in stopping by for brunch, lunch, happy hour, or dinner, we here at Tullulah’s Restaurant & Bar offer an extensive menu of delicious tapas, drinks, and meals. Bring your friends and family to share some tapas and a great time. To make a reservation at Tullulah’s Restaurant & Bar, give us a call at 631-969-9800. You can also visit us at 12 4th Avenue in Bay Shore, New York. We’re open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays, and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. We look forward to seeing you soon at Tullulah’s!