The chef here takes ordinary dishes and transforms them into dishes that you will not eat elsewhere. Everything I have had here has been delicious. This is a place for your foodie friends. It has a strong European flavor.
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We had family visiting from Texas and they asked about eating here. I explained IMHO the place lacks consistency. Dinner last night was a perfect example. We ordered three appetizers: Risotto Cakes (more like a ball), Brussel Sprouts and Hummus. The Brussels Sprouts were excellent....More
If you are looking for something different with a Cuban and Spanish flare, this place is for you. Tapas menu changes. Servings are on the smaller side. I enjoyed the tuna with an avocado and cucumber salad. This is available in appetizer and dinner sizes....More
We booked back in February to make sure we got a table at Radio Maria for graduation lunch, and I'm so glad we did. We clearly aren't the only ones who have a deep appreciation for Radio Maria. We've been here several times before and...More
We went here mid week for tapas-as-dinner. Radio Maria has one room with a bar, and another that is a sit-down restaurant. We are in the bar half, because we like ambiance to the room. We also like restaurants with hardwood floor, because carpets in...More
Good FOOD. Great Food. Bad Coffee. Coffee is a must man. Drinks are costly, so will be heavy on your wallet. but yeah, champaign is costly now so yeah will have to dole out 45 bucks for Bloodymary + Food and Bad Coffee!
We had such high hopes for this Spanish restaurant. The interior is beautiful. The ceiling has tin tiles and the walls are covered with amazing art. We were seated promptly upon arriving. We ordered drinks and apps. They came out quickly and were very tasty....More