Sometimes, there are too many good things on a menu to only choose one entrée. Tapas are the heavenly answer to that predicament.
Luckily, there are plenty of tapas and small plates restaurants in Boston to fill your table with savory goodies, if you know where to look. In Cambridge, try Dali - a small hideaway owned by a Spanish couple that makes a killer sangria, and is renowned for its authentic tapas. Not far away is Cuchi Cuchi, where nightlife and small plates go hand in hand.
Local Check Ken Oringer is a key player in the tapas scene with his Italan small plates restaurant, Coppa, and his Spanish one, Toro - both in the South End. Just around the corner in Back Bay are Tapeo, Bar Lola, and Piattini.
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