710 Bodega Tapas & Wine
Great tapas menu. Reminded us of Spain. Excellent food and service.
This was a good tapas venue, nice selection, some were better than others. Very casual with an outdoor eating area. We fist were seated in the inside part of the restaurant, but it was very warm so we moved outside, much better. Meatballs, cheese and ham croquettes were good; ribs and chorizos were OK. Desserts are the best; churros, and cookies were excellent. Decent, well priced wine list. Service was fine, it depends on which server you get. We'd go back but it was not the level we expected from the high ratings.
Just OK. Some dishes were pretty good, some not so great. Service was friendly. Not too busy. A little louder than we would have liked.
Tapas were delicious but the Paella was the worst paella I have ever eaten. Sticky and with no flavor.
Real good place to enjoy tapas. I went with some colleagues on a weeknight. For a group of four, the parrilla was excellent. We complemented it ith a few other dishes and finished it off with a couple of shared deserts. Excellent service. A but pricy...$200 for four guys.
Excellent food and service. We enjoyed their wine selection and have already made a new reservation.
The Aioli Happy Chef who seemingly has never been to Spain. Simply stated, my wife and I would not eat here again. Almost all dishes were either greasy (croquettas), lacked flavor (octopus) or was overcooked (tortilla). They did not even make an effort to acquire interesting Spanish wines, instead served the common Spanish Tempranillo at $15/bottle for $9 glass.
No thank you.
We had tapas there while on vacation and enjoyed it so much we went back that same week. We ordered 8 different tapas in the 2 times we visited and every one was outstanding - excellent presentation and very flavorful.
This was our second time at 710 Bodega, and our friends’ first time. We had been there shortly after it opened several years ago. We were the only ones in the restaurant initially, so it was very quiet. As more people came in, it became livelier and louder, but not so much that we couldn’t hear each other speak. There are no soft surfaces to absorb sound, so when the place is packed, I can imagine it would be quite loud, which only adds to the fun.
The server was bubbly and helpful and the food came out fast, and hot. Despite the descriptions, however, we found the food to be fairly bland. The “spicy” romesco sauce on the patatas bravas had little to no “kick”; the garlic aioli with the croquettes tasted like mayonnaise, as did the lemon aioli with the asparagus. The food was good, just not as flavorful as I would have expected/wanted.
This place was amazing. Every dish we ordered (lamb lollipops, asparagus, beet salad, fish special of the day, piquillo peppers, and the sauteed tiger shrimp) was amazing and full of flavor. The piquillo peppers were my favorite and my husband's was the lamb lollipops. Service was very attentive and food came out fast. Prices were reasonable and less expensive than other restaurants in the area. Would definitely return and highly recommend this 710 Bodega to others in Park City.
Great food! We had the grilled shrimp, octopus salad, mussels and Spanish tortilla and jamon croquettes . All were very good. Only issue is they were out of the Spanish ham!
First time there for all. Our Romanian server was outstanding. She provided great suggestions and everything we had was fabulous including a wonderful bottle of wine. Highly recommend and will visit many times again.
Portions here are larger (not at all a complaint) than you would get if you were ordering Tapas plates in Spain. Just be advised if you don't want to have leftovers. You can always add an item if you're still hungry.
Food was fantastic! Server did a great job recommending selections!
This was our first visit and we had a great time, great service and great food. The waitress suggested wine and that worked out well. We ordered chicken croquette, Brussels sprouts, lamb lollipops and shrimp. Servings are small so you order several. We are used to this at other places and we like it. Does not go over well with some. Apple puff pastry w/ ice cream also. Great experience.
We loved it here. The food was great as was the service and there was a lovely atmosphere.
Food was amazing in preparation as well as presentation. Simona waited on us and was very accommodating with dietary restrictions.
Great for family meals or date nights. Food was so flavorful and delicious
Octupus salad and lamb lollipops were delicious! Paella wasn’t great.
Wonderful food. They were short handed the night we went. And there was a very large family group that were quite loud. The waiter had to talk to them. We would recommend th is place for sure.
Fun experience. Food is good and presented well.
It was a nice place for dinner with the family - small portions, great for sharing!
First this is a very cute place right off of Main St. The staff seemed a bit overwhelmed when we arrived but were very pleasant and clearly did their best. I will also say that we have traveled in Spain and eaten tapas there. A few dishes hit the mark, the patatas bravas and the pulpo gallego, but several did not. The croquettes were not made with jamon and manchego as noted on the menu but seemed to be a premade ham and cheese item, the calamari tasted like a prefab. dish as well. The sangria and serrrano margarita were delicious though. And as I said the waitress was attentive to our concerns. So although except for the calamari, the dinner was not unpleasant, it was also not reminiscent of the Spanish tapas that we were hoping for. I am hoping the kitchen catches up to the abilities of the front of the house.
Great food and service
Food was amazing and our server was very good. Unfortunately the timing of the tapas was off a little, and two dishes arrived long after the others. We weren’t even hungry anymore and actually tried to cancel them. By then the restaurant was pretty sparse, it was getting late. The tapas were very generous— 2 per person for a group of 6 adults was more than enough. We did not bring our children but I think they would have enjoyed it and I saw children there. All in all though a pleasant experience.
Good but was not outstanding. The Brie bites, stuffed peppers and potatoes were great. Our lamb was a pretty small portion even for a tapas restaurant and two of the three chops were pretty charred. The octopus was quite tough as well. Our waitress was nice but left our bill and never came back to collect it. Another waitress covering the tables next to us finally came and proceed it for us. Overall it was ok but again not outstanding and I’m not sure we would return.
This was a very fun Tapas place. The food was very good. We had the meat and cheese plate, the octopus salad and the ribs. I will go back
The food was ok at best and he service was terrible.
We came to dinner here while on a ski vacation in Park City. The food was delicious! We had the Lamb Lollipops, Fried Calamari, Grilled Asparagus, Albondigas, Pollo al Aljillo and the Piquillo peppers. We wanted to try the Paella (it looked really good) but one person in our party wasn't feeling well so we left early. The only reason this place didn't get 5 stars overall was because of the noise level - we could barely hear our server speaking to us! Next time we will go after 8pm because it seemed to quiet down around then.
The food was very good and we enjoyed sharing several small plates plus a paella for 2 among the 4 of us. The croquettes with ham and cheese were a big hit, as was the paella, the gambas al ajillo and the brussel sprouts with bacon (not sure how authentically Spanish the latter was, but we were craving a veggie course.) It was a bit expensive given the very basic decor, but this is main street Park City, after all!
We had great service and thought the calamari and sauce was tender and excellent. The jambon was very tough and grissily...unchewable. The bbq ribs were too sweet for Our taste...we like spicier vinegar tomato based sauce. Good wine choices and service. We may try other items another time.
Good food but service average although prices ok.
Paella was great, calamari, brussel sprouts and lamb great too. The meat “board” just ok. Wine selection not quite what I would have liked. The best red was too acidic. ( for the non wine connoisseur, probably ok)
The service was above par!
Meats and cheese board was spectacular! Fun time and good eats
We had a group of 5 and all enjoyed the evening. The service was pleasant and cheerful. The food very good. It is a loud place so if you're looking for a romantic spot, this might not be for you. But if you want a fun place to enjoy different plates with a group, you will like it.
Delicious tapas and the dessert churros and apple empanadas were yummy!!
I have never wrote a review for OT before, but my experience here has inspired me to do so for the first time. I came here on a Monday night around 8:30 for a date with my girlfriend. Made a reservation and got a nice two top in the corner. Unfortunately, that was the highlight for the evening.
The restaurant seemed relatively busy but manageable, yet it took nearly 10 minutes to get water on the table. Took our server an additional 10 minutes to uncork our wine and take a food order. We ordered 5 tapas items to get our meal started: beet salad, crab-stuffed pepper, tiger prawns, chicken skewers, and the crispy duck roll. The beet salad looked and tasted like something from a Whole Foods salad buffet. Tiger prawns and the chicken had equally weak presentations, and were completely unseasoned and overcooked. Best thing we had was the crab stuffed pepper, but even that seemed half-assed. You could find something similar (or better) in the frozen meals section at Trader Joe's. I wish I could tell you what the duck roll tasted like, but after waiting for an hour for it to arrive, it appears our server never ordered it and made zero effort to make ammends for that mistake.
TL;DR: For ~$15/plate, the experience was incredibly unsatisfying and underwhelming. Flavorless and uninventive dishes, poor service, and a complete waste of time. I am dumb-founded how this restaurant has 4.5+ rating on Google. Should be closer to 2-3. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE. There are plenty of other restaurants in PC with similar price points that do a much better job.
Went here while in park city and it was delicious!
Tasty tapas with a lot of different, creative dish options.