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About La Tasca - Alexandria
La Tasca is a careful blend of everything that is good about Spain. Warm décor, authentic cuisine and friendly hospitality. All these go together to create a unique and genuine atmosphere. La Tasca has been described as being “so authentic that you won’t find anything better in Spain”.
Alexandria, VA 22314
Spanish, Tapas / Small Plates, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday 11am - 10pm
Friday - Saturday 11am - 11pm
Lunch: Mon - Sun 11am - 4pm
Dinner: Sun - Thu 4pm - 10pm/ Fri- Sat 4pm - 11pm
Happy Hour: Mon - Fri 4pm - 7pm (bar only)
Brunch: Weekends 11am - 4pm
N. Washington St.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month: Flamenco performances at 8pm featuring professional dancers accompanied by a live Flamenco guitarist.
There's something special every day at La Tasca, please call specific locations for more information about our daily promotions!
King Street Metro (Yellow & Blue Lines)
Take advantage of the King Street Trolley, a free trolley from the King Street metro stop all the way to the harbor. We are located between Washington Street and St Asaph Street, and across the street from Anthropologie.
Private Party Facilities:
We can accommodate private events up to 170 people. Semi private areas are available for smaller groups. Visit our website for information on pre-fixed menus for parties over 12 people: www.latascausa.com, or call a manager for more information!
Private Party Contact:
Adriana Chang: (703) 299-9810
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Tapas Lunch - Weekdays until 4pm: Two tapas for $14
Sangria Brunch - Weekends until 4pm: 3 Tapas for $22 and $2 Sangria, $2 Mimosa and $2 Bloody Mary.
Happy Hour - Monday through Friday from 4pm to 7pm at the bar area.
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La Tasca - Alexandria Ratings and Reviews
It was our first time there, and had a small plate price fixe menu for valentines day. It was worth the cost, a great way to taste new things, and their house sangria was excellent. We were seated at a quiet table away from the bar area, the ambiance was nice, the waiter and food runners were friendly and courteous. Even the host was nice. It was pricey, but definitely worth it. Overall a very positive experience and we will definitely be back.
Came with a group of friends after a session in the Escape Room on King Street. We had a table reservation, but were a bit early so we all found a spot at the bar. The vibe of the place was fun with the live band playing Latin music. The service at the bar was outstanding! Our bartender was very attentive and when we ordered food, it came out quickly. Everyone had a good time and we'll be sure to come back!
the service was okay. The food however, was terrible. The gambas were tiny and had no flavor. The menu described them as being cooked in white wine but there was nothing but olive oil on them. Hence, the no flavor. We then ordered a paella and it was super salty! No one at my table was able to finish the paella. I used to love La Tasca but the service and food has really gone down. I think tonight was my last visit and i wouldn’t recommend this restaurant to any one of my friends.
Highly recommended!!! La Tasca tapas are perfect for family-style dining. The sangria menu is top-notch as the fruit is soaked in liquor for several months before serving. Great restaurant for large groups, dates, and families with children. The ambiance is laid-back during the day & early evening and vibrant/ exciting at night.
We went on a Friday night with our 1yr old and there was a live band, lights and people dancing. The accommodating hostess seated us on the upper floor where it wasn’t as loud yet we were able to watch all the action!
The lamb chops, and chorizo tapas are our all-time favorites and of course the peach Sangria Blanco
Visited La Tasca on a Friday evening. I was expecting lots of noise just like most places with a bar, but the sound level at the bar was minimal even with the games on screen. The food was amazing, authentic and delectable and priced just right. It's a good date night environment, and the service was good also.
We had a lovely Christmas Day dinner with excellent food and service. La Tasca is best known for its big selection of tapas (including many good choices for the three vegetarians in our group) but two of us had paella for a change and it was also outstanding.
The staff here were very friendly and attentive and the food tasty. My husband loves one particular tapas dish so we came here but generally I find tapas to be a bit overpriced for what one gets. The baby beets plate had 3 tiny beets for $8.50. It really wasn’t enough to share and not a good value for the price.
I've been to this location three or four times already, and the food is always great. The menu is large, so there is plenty to keep anyone happy. There are many vegetarian, seafood, and meat dishes, which helps for a large group. The empanadas (beef or chicken) are especially good, and so are any of the shrimp dishes I have tried. On our most recent visit, the service was slightly off the mark, but still very good. Just little things like when we all ordered coffees after the meal, we were only given one spoon between all of us in a group. Also, towards the end of our meal the band was setting up to play later, and there was really (*really*) bad feedback five or six times within a few minutes. Other than that, it was a very good meal, and the food and drink is always great here.
We went to celebrate a new job. Several of the dishes were quite good; a couple just average. Service was prompt and attentive, really excellent. The wine list is short, but decent. It was loud, making conversation about the new job difficult. We enjoyed the flamenco music and dancers later in the evening.
The food and service were mediocre. Having been in Spain frequently for the last 50 years, there idea of tapas was embarrassing to say the least. Even the tortilla Espinoza was barely recognizable as what it was claiming to be. I had great hopes for the place and the server was courteous. I won’t be back nor will I advise anyone else to go there.
Extremely disappointed! I’ve eaten at La Tasca, this specific location, 10 times over the last few years; however, my last two meals were very poor...quality is deteriorating. Tonight we ordered the paella, but it wasn’t paella it was a very tasty risotto. Additionally, the floor and table was sticky. Bottom Line: They have lost my wife and I was customers as tonight I wasted over $100.
I've been to this location three times. Twice for dinner and this time for brunch. $22 for 3 tapas and $2 sangrias is unbeatable. You'd think 3 tapas aren't enough, but they are. The Calamari was perfectly cooked, Patatas Bravas (a staple), delicious, Empanadas and Croquettes, I highly recommend. On past occasions, my partner and I come and order paella for dinner. Extremely tasty. We love it! Their Albóndigas are also great with some table bread for dipping the sofrito. Our wait service has been hit or miss, though. For brunch, the young lady was great; however, on past occasions for dinner, some have lacked attentiveness leaving our drinks completely empty before asking if we'd like refills.
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