The Low Down
When to Go: A changing weekly entertainment schedule features live flamenco and acoustic bands. Call in advance for performance times.
What to Drink: A Basque version of sangria, Kalimotxo, gets body from a dash of cola and a little more brandy, and is served in traditional, hand-blown glass wine decanters.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Punchy Basque cuisine and a lively atmosphere heat up the far Southwest side.
by Fred Schlatter at Citysearch
Occupying an unremarkable building on a mostly residential street in Little Italy, Haro convincingly sets a Spanish tone inside. A dramatic wood fixture swoops over the attractively backlit bar, and a young, local crowdâ¦
What in the world happened?
By LillyNU at Citysearch
Only six months ago, I wrote here about how in love I was with Haro. In that time, Haro has downspiraled into a mess of a restaurant. It seems th... Read More
Fantastic Tapas. My tongue thanks you, Haro!
By cavacartel at Citysearch
This place is adorable. To brighten up a bad day, I go to Haro and order the sumptuous salmon pinxtos. While soaking in the ambiance of this tiny... Read More
Great atmophere great food, and the best prices.
By hectik at Citysearch
I have been to Haro's approximately 15 times in the past 6 months. I have not had one bad experience, each time I have gone there I enjoy it more a... Read More
TERRIBLE...AWFUL...DISGUSTING... NOT REAL TAPAS FROM VASCO SPAIN
By yyang10 at Citysearch
TERRIBLE, AWFUL? never coming back here EVER!!! I took my fiance here on our anniversary right after seeing Circus Soleil?s Delirium at the United ... Read More
Delicious and Unique Tapas
By ingbadabing at Citysearch
We went to Haro when it first opened and it quickly became a regular spot for us. The food is outstanding and is unlike any other tapas i've had in... Read More