MÁS Tapas y Vino
Lunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm Monday-Saturday
Dinner: 5:00pm - 9:30pm Sunday - Thursday
Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:00pm Friday & Saturday
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am-3:00pm
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Sun 7:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 9:30PM
Mon - Thu 7:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 9:30PM
Fri 7:00AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:00PM
Sat 7:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 3:00PM
We had a wonderful time at Mas Tapas y Vino. The food and service was amazing. Highly recommend for a adventurous date night.
We had a great meal there on Saturday evening. All our tapas plates were very good. Our server Caitlyn was fantastic!
We will be back.
Great for a group! Get a couple bottles wine and share the night away! Thank you for excellent service and great dining experience. The food is amazing delicious like usual!
Had a fantastic lunch here. They have 'bowls'. I had one with udon noodles, tuna & grilled artichoke hearts. A bit spicy, perhaps too much for people not used to NM food but OUTSTANDING. I have had their Cubano & I am so glad I changed this time. Michael, our server, was also excellent. Definitely intend to return here for lunch again when we're in ABQ.
We were 8 people from a medical office celebrating birthdays. We wanted to see the art exhibit Museo del Prado at the Civic Plaza, and this restaurant was walking distance close. None of us had been there before, and it was a lovely place--the hotel is charming--and the staff were terrific with us. Everyone loved their food, and I'm sure we'll be back.
It was my father's 70th birthday and we decided to take him to MAS Tapas y Vino and we were not disappointed! Funny story-when we first came in the fire alarm went off. Some genius had gone and opened the fire exit causing the alarm to go off. We joked that this was part of my father's big birthday entrance. As soon as we were seated we had 2 to 3 managers and the waiter come and apologize for the alarm. We were fine of course-its just an alarm and not the end of the world here. But, we were so impressed with their professionalism and explaining right away that it was a false alarm. The food was divine and they brought out a special desert that said "Happy Birthday" for my father. Overall a great experience and I highly recommend this place for any occasion!
Everything was amazing
The service started a little slow but improved and the food was delicious.
Richard was outstanding. The scallop suggestion was spot on. The shrimp and chorizo was fabulous as usual. We love the Brussels sprouts and they were nice and crispy. Our favorite dining in downtown ABQ.
The food was amazing. An Albuquerque gem that was hidden (from me). Service was great, I will definitely be back.
The restaurant was recommended by Executive Chef, Rafael Zamora.
Excellent experience - very professional but still friendly service.
The food is exceptional not only because of the quality of the sourced ingredients but also for their transformation.
Just an example: the snake river farms "steak and eggs" which is cooked sous vide is an extraordinary culinary experience. It is served with a tabasco cream which is spectacular.
I dined there on Memorial Day and I was so pleasantly surprised to see the high standards of the kitchen while most other Albuquerque eateries were deserted or closed.
Fantastic amenities, great choices.
The food was great and the service very good. The serving sizes were larger than expected.
It was ok. A weird experience cause I had reservations and no one even walked us to our table we had to get a bar tender to help us find our reserved table, which you think a hostess or even our waitress would have shown us to. Our waitress didn’t know any drinks they had or what was good. Our drinks were very watered down tasting and we ordered a frose (which was the best of the drinks) a glass of wine, and we even tried to mix it up with a house made margarita which was a ok, and a rum and coke which tasted like coke and water. Getting a glass of water was also a task and out of the three of us we each only got one water. The food, my girlfriend ordered the lamb which was by far the best part of dining out here. There are some interesting items on the menu and our waitress could not describe them to us so we used google lol... I got liver on carrot cake which was a unique tasting food but I would not order it again. My girlfriends mother got boar which was also pretty bland and not worth a second order. The lamb though, that was worth a second, third, and fourth order haha. Luckily my girlfriend who was also celebrating her birthday here was the one to order the lamb. $120 dinner for three (3 dinner meals and 4 drinks) not worth the bill at all. I would not recommend this restaurant for the overall experience from getting there to leaving and also we waited at least 30 minutes to get any drink. Using google to figure out what was good also sucked because for $120 I feel like we should have been better served. I will not be going back again.
I ate twice at Mas Tapas while I was in Albuquerque for a meeting...it was THAT good. I did learn after the first dinner, however; the tapas portions are generous, so I ordered a little more cautiously the second time. Try the "secreto" from the tapas menu! One of my friends greatly enjoyed the sea bass from among the larger plates. Great wines as well! I definitely recommend this restaurant and would return if I get back to Albuquerque.
The food was okay. It was not great. The service was not good. It was nearly impossible to get our server’s attention and there was barely anyone in the restaurant.
We had great food. It is a wonderful place to share plates
It was so good until we had the Lamb Chop t-bone as our last Tapa. Poor piece of meat, poorly cooked, a disaster. The staff made things right, but they shouldn't have to. They shouldn't put something on the menu if they aren't proud of it.
Normally, I love this place but Mothers Day was a disaster. We left after two hours and did not even stay for the 3rd course. I had to get up to get sweetner and I had to get up and get my own ice tea. We asked for my daughter's orange juice three times. The fixed menu offered strawberry and banana French toast but they forgot the strawberries. The table next to us also left after the long wait and did not stay for the 3rd course. On a positive note, they only charged me 50% and offered a complimentary dinner at any time. Unfortunately, it just ruined the day.
Good food... Once we received it 2 hours after ordering! The manager clearly felt bad that we were ignored for 25 minutes upon arrival and gave us an apology bottle of wine. This was appreciated. However, the poor service
continued and every interaction that we had from them on was at our patient request. We finally asked for our check and they didn't bat an eye or even comment that we were skipping the 3rd course... Nor did they offer. Won't be returning unfortunately.
Absolutely horrible food and even more horrible service. We were there for literally three hours and still hadn’t been served the dessert we ordered 40 minutes before we finally gave up and asked for our outrageous check. Not a great Mother’s Day experience. Absolutely ridiculously bad. And they offered us nothing.
Went for Mother's Day Brunch, with reservation, only received first course of three course meal in two hours. Many tables also left as a result of poor service. Highly disorganized
The food, service, and drink were outstanding. One of the dishes we had included Tuna. If I had to critique anything it would have been the fish. The flavors in the dish were excellent but for me the dish would have been better if the tuna was raw. But overall it was excellent. The executive chef came by the table to ask how the food was and gave us a small two bite sample. We will definitely go back!
Food was ... okay, but not great. I had the Salade niçoise. The salad could have been great except ... the ahi tuna. This was not good. A frozen chunk of tough raw meat sort of kind of vaguely warmed on both sides. Not seared, but kind of a limp grey. Not flavorful. Kind of disgusting. The pan manchego was also a disappointment. The cheese and membrillo were served on what was basically wonder bread- tasteless bread like the worst sort of supermarket special. Also not worth eating. TheLatin bowl was good, although disproportionately huge compared to the rest of the entrees.
The service was also .. ok. The waiter was not knowledgeable about the menu or the wine (note that vino *is* part of the name of the restaurant!). They were cleaning the restaurant before it closed despite several tables of customers. No dessert or coffee was offered after our lunch. They were clearly trying to get us out. Given that we were celebrating an event, this was uncool.
I would not recommend this restaurant- nor will I be going back.
Lunch Menu was limited and the food was not great. Service was not good. I have had dinner there several times and have always had a very good experience. I hope this was an isolated incident.
Very nice place with great service and excellent food. It is my favorite place in ABQ!
Most of the dishes were OK if overpriced, except the pork belly tapas. The waitress suggested it as her favorite and we were really liking forward to it, but when it arrived, we were disappointed. It was basically fried fat.
Service was spotty as we had trouble finding our waitress both to order desser and to get our bill
I relish flavorful food paired with full bodied wines, and I found both at Mas Tapas y Vino.
I've been here twice recently. I ordered two different tapas each time, and both meals were fantastic. Ohhh, the flavors: savory (pig secreto), spicy (patatas bravas), delicate (divers scallops), or contrasting (garlic shrimp and chorizo), I enjoyed exploring each one. With a nice wine, it's heaven. The decor is casual elegant, and you can talk in your inside voice. I look forward to trying the rest of the menu on future trips to Albuquerque.
At $100 for two service should be excellent, but although our waiter was friendly and tried to be helpful he wasn't as good as he should have been. We had tapas and one of our orders was lost, one of his wine recommendations was not appropriate for the plate, and we had to ask for water a few times.
what a wonderful evening. our waiter, pete, was fantastic and food impressive.
Went here on the basis of Trip Advisor recommendations and was not disappointed. The service was great as was the food. They weren't busy when we arrived (with a reservation) so the hostess recommended we sit upstairs (covered outside)where the full menu is also available if you request it. Great ambiance up there, although I was a little unclear on why Pulp Fiction was being shown on the wall! Must have the bacon wrapped dates. There were three of us, we each ordered a tapa to share and also shared their paella. Good portions, so only some of the paella got taken home for leftovers. Will definitely return!
Love this place... very nice dining
Area.. food is creative and flavorful
Meal was good as a whole but some tapas are much better than others. Elk and artichoke were outstanding. Potatoes, gambas w chorizo, secreto and pork belly were not served hot so they let us down. Finally, the rice in the paella was under. We heard great things and felt it was fairly average.
Mas is always a delight for those of us who enjoy a variety of selections and tastes. The tapas approach does not permit boredom found in many restaurants through the more traditional menu. Everything sounds so tempting that I always over order, so I have a great takeaway lunch at home the following day. If you are lucky, you may get Richard Handle (sp) for your server, a real gentleman. The drinks from the bar are good but on the slow side. Mas is expensive-especially if you over order like yours truly.
Great food and superb service in a stunning atmosphere. Will be back!
We chose MAS for a birthday dinner - we were greeted & seated by a friendly face!
The menu is diverse and can please every palate from meat eater to vegan! Not only were our meals delicious but presented with an artsy flair!
We loved everything about this restaurant and enjoyed the ambience of the entire location at a hotel
We take away great memories of a delightful experience in Albuquerque - and will definitely return next time in town!
Our experience was disappointing, especially when compared to a previous visit -- March 2 when we hosted a wedding dinner. This most recent visit: 1) the noise level from the music in the hotel lobby was disturbing and distracting -- if the music is lousy, then just turn up the volume 2) we arrived at 6:15 pm and finally received our entrees at about 7:10 pm 3) one of the tapas -- the Brussels sprouts -- were slathered with the sauce -- nothing subtle there 4) I ordered sea bass which was good but at $38 a plate I thought the portion could have been larger, especially when it is accompanied by very little. 5) my two dining companions ordered the paella -- far too tomatoey and the chicken had the consistency of an automobile tire. $115 before tip -- I'm sorry not worth it.
Very nice, however, very loud live music from hotel lobby could be heard in restaurant.