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About MÁS Tapas y Vino
Located in the Hotel Andaluz, MÁS Tapas y Vino by Chef Marc Quinones is a full-service restaurant and tapas bar. Inspired by the bold flavors, rich history and exuberance of Spanish cooking, MÁS offers fresh reinventions of traditional Spanish cuisine with an emphasis on locally-sourced foods and high quality imported ingredients and spices.
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Tapas / Small Plates, Contemporary American, Crossover
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 6:00am - 11:00am Daily
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
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
MAS offers a variety of live music on Friday and Saturdays in the Andaluz lobby.
For catering inquires, please contact our Catering and Special Events office at (505) 923-9014
Free valet parking is available to all MAS guests.
The Hotel is located two blocks from the Alvarado Transportation Center in downtown Albuquerque which is also home to the Rail Runner Train Depot.
Private Party Facilities:
From an intimate casbah for six, to a private banquet for 160, MAS has a variety of options for your party. Call us and let's discuss how to make your event special!
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Celebrating a birthday, engagement, or anniversary? At MAS we love to celebrate and our team can create anything from a personalized cake to an entire event. Just ask!
MÁS Tapas y Vino Ratings and Reviews
The Valentine’s Day dinner was pretty bad, the white chocolate bisque was like eating a bowl of white chocolate and the short rib tasted like it was from a can! They should stick with their regular menu which is really good! Lesson learned not to go for special occasions!
Their regular tapas menu is usually pretty solid and that's usually what we would get but this time it was the prefix menu for Valentine's. The entrees were sub par. The fish was hard and my steak had a bitter burnt taste. The soup and salad were really good. Overall bit of a let down for me and my GF.
Loved the decor and ambiance. Very chic and creative. Contemporary, yet with natural elements. I felt like I was in a special place. Have a drink in one of the casbahs before heading to the main restaurant. Service was friendly and attentive, just right. Cheese plate and olives were divine. We had issues with our other 2 plates, though. My husband had the fried oysters, and the breading was so thick, he could not eat them. A pricey fail. My scallops were cooked to perfection with a nice aioli, and would have been wonderful if not for WAY too much salt on them. I finished the dish, but again a disappointment.
I lived in Spain and love tapas when done right. The menu here is traditional Spanish with a SW US twist. We tried eight of their tapas and most were excellent. The wild boar and fried quail were fantastic, and definitely our favotites. Pork belly, lamb chops, and elk tenderloin were excellent, and the patatas bravas were a great SW twist on the traditional. Prices are a little high, but but the quality made this a fair value in our opinion.
The menu is very confusing and not friendly to the reader whatsoever.... I think someone need to re-examin, review and revamp most of it... many people said we will not go back to eat at all, we will just go there to have drinks in the open area/ band and bar area.
The wine list is superb. The tapas present an adventure of different flavors and textures. One small complaint - the "crispy" brussel sprouts were neither crisp nor fresh. Perhaps we should have said something at the time, but were reluctant to bring negativity to an otherwise very pleasant evening.
We’ve eaten at Mas Tapas several times before. The service and food did not live up to their previous levels. First of all we had to wait 45 minutes past our reservation time before we could be seated. Because it was New Year’s Eve there was a fixed menu. We were served the first course on three separate occasions because they couldn’t get it right. The soup was never hot. The main course included a 2 ounce piece of Seabass. While this was well prepared it was the only thing satisfactorily for the whole meal. It was not enough. The desert, I’m afraid the chef needs to go back to pastry school, it was a dry piece of pumpkin bark with little flavor served with a lavender cream. All in all I would not go back here for a special occasion with a set menu.
We visited Mas for New Years and had made reservations... our reservation was for 8:30 and were not seen until 10pm. The food was good but the servings were minimal, almost as if they had run out of food and we were getting the scraps. I would not recommend anyone to eat there for New Years. I was very disappointed.
Disappointed that regular menu unavailable for New Years Eve. Not even Paella available.
Get-together with old friends meeting my new girlfriend for first time.
Choice was $80. Prix Fixe menu. We probably would have spent that much anyway.
My girlfriend didn't like any of the three entrees : Elk, Sea-bass, or green chile stuffed game hen. That was it. We were expecting the usual wonderful array of choices.
My second time, took the family when I was in town. The tapas were stellar, inventive, fresh, well plated. Couldn't pick a favorite as they were all incredible. G daughter had the steak it was divine and she finished it. The drinks were as good as the meal. Service was impeccable, with Mike. This will be the families favorite.
We’ve eaten here several times, and have noted how the menu has changed over time. Now it appears that there are fewer tapas than there used to be, but still many good options. The berry and arugula salad is my new favorite in New Mexico, and the mezze platter is always great. My husband loved the scallops. The service was outstanding, and we will be returning.
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