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Estadio is a lively tapas bar offering contemporary takes on regional classics in pintxos, tapas and raciones, along with sandwiches on house made bread, all washed down by Iberian wines (many under $10 a glass) and frozen alcoholic slushies; the über-stylish setting incorporates decorative wrought iron, reclaimed timber, colorful tiles and themed murals, with seating at a large concrete bar, a marble counter facing the open kitchen and window-side tables perfect for scoping the vibrant street scene.'
Washington, DC 20002
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
between N Church St & N P St
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Private Room, Weekend Brunch
Estadio Ratings and Reviews
Estadio's dinner is delicious, and I was curious to try their brunch. How could Spanish tapas be adapted to brunch food? It can!! I would highly recommend Estadio for brunch. We ordered some of the traditional tapas like croquetas and tortilla, but we also tried some of the huevos, steak, and pastries. All delicious. Hats off the the pastry chef for making a fresh, from scratch croissant for the outstanding egg and jamon Serrano sandwich, a must-order. And no matter brunch or dinner, the sangria is worth it. Try brunch at Estadio!
We love the menu set up at Estadio - bites for one, shared dishes, mains.
The pork belly small sandwich and the spring pea soup shots were outstanding. We also ordered the blue crab salad and scallops - both delicious. The bread is house-made and worth the carbs. Highly recommend and can't wait to go back.
Went for my birthday. The staff was amazing, super friendly and helpful. My friend and I did the $55 tasting menu with wine pairings. Thwy were accomodating as I was not vegetarian and my friend was. The wine was fantastic and the food was delicious. They even gave me a little manchengo cheesecake with a candle for desert. Let me just say...Everyone needs a little manchengo cheese cake in their life! SO good!
Cool ambience, great location, easily walkable from my K street office. The food was delicious: My friend and I shared 5 plates, 4 of them excellent. The halibut over squid ink risotto was a standout, as were the roasted cauliflower and sauteed mushrooms. Looking forward to coming back for dinner and trying the cocktails!
Food was amazing. Cocktails were excellent. Service was great. Two in our party were running late and they had no problem seating us. And my favorite part was that we were not rushed; we lingered over the different courses and enjoyed our meal without being pressured. Can't wait to go back!
Estadio used to be one of our favorite spots in the city. Unfortunately, that's not the case anymore. In place of experienced, attentive servers, it seems they've gone to the complete opposite: new servers that can't wait to get you out of your seat and turn the table. It used to be the spot you could drop $100 on dinner and leave ridiculously full. No longer. That value has disappeared into thin air. When we've celebrated special occasions in the past, they've done everything from storing a cake for us to putting candles in one of their desserts. This time? Nothing. The hostess also seated me away from my dinner partner (she got there first) because she said she wasn't there yet. Do each of these annoy me on their own? Just a little. But do they add up to a disturbing trend of Estadio turning into the latest 14th street place that couldn't care any less about its customers? Yeah.
We'll probably be back. But no time soon, and we won't be recommending it until they shape up. Too many other awesome places in DC that deserve your money right now.
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