The Low Down
What to Drink: Get a big taste of the dozen-plus wines for a fraction of its bottle price. Pair different tastes with varying tapas for a genuine wine bar experience.
Where to Sit: What the narrow dining space offers in ambiance it lacks in audibility. Grab a seat at one of the six sidewalk tables for cooler, quieter conversation.
When to Go: Some of the brunch dishes are particularly interesting. Stop by Saturday or Sunday to sample dishes like truffle egg toast, brie and mushroom frittata and butternut squash risotto.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Along Third Street's crowded restaurant row, this homey storefront eatery features a long wine bar on one side of the candlelit, sage-green room, with polished wood tables and banquettes on the other. The distinctly European vibe isâ¦
By Thomas Jammalo at Citysearch
Great for meeting friends, hangin' out and have one or more from their outstanding wine and beer list. I have not eaten here yet but will soon. G... Read More
Cool little wine bar
By harpreeta at Citysearch
I like this small wine/tapas bar. The servers are passionate and knowledgeable about wine. The happy hour is a great way to sample the tapas menu. ... Read More
By yumyumbk at Citysearch
My friend and I wanted to get a glass of wine so we decided to try Tasca the other night. In total, we had an app for $12, four glasses of wine fo... Read More
Nice vibe, but overpriced & not that good...
By pisana at Citysearch
Walked in for dinner around 7:30 on a Saturday night sans reservation, got seated right away. Nice host, charming waiter. Ambience lovely, good mus... Read More
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME, GO TO A.O.C.!!!!
By Koib at Citysearch
Celebrating a birthday at Tasca is just a horrible idea. Our group wasn't seated until nearly 10 PM, which was 40 minutes after our so-called rese... Read More