If you have no idea what that is, the staff at Bolero Spanish Grill and Tapas Bar in Bricktown, directly above Red Pin Bowling, can help.
In its first five months, Bolero already has begun making a name for itself as one of the premier dining experiences in Bricktown and the Oklahoma City area.
During the day, Bolero seems like any standard Bricktown eating site. But at night, it becomes a place to be seen in OKC.
With its uniquely all-Spanish menu and Tapas experience, Bolero is one hot ticket.
So what are tapas? They are designed to encourage conversation because people are not so focused upon eating an entire meal that is set before them.
Tapas can come in any shape and variety and just a few of the popular ones at Bolero’s are: golden-fried goat cheese with honey, soft-shell crab in white wine and garlic, and the Serrano wrapped prawns.
It is an opportunity to eat but still allow social conversation that escapes most dining experiences.
It is very entertaining and something that patrons cannot experience anywhere is in the city, according to Bolero management.
With a contemporary vibe and daring business model, Bolero is a true trailblazer in a market that can be truly stagnant.
The atmosphere of the entire restaurant is very chic, laid back and comfortable, a place that great for dinner with the family or after five drinks at the bar.
Importing 95 percent of its wines from Central and South America, Bolero offers a rather extensive wine menu with many selections that will be new to patrons.
If you want an all-out new experience in Oklahoma City, Bolero should be at the top of your list. With a knowledgeable and friendly staff, a menu of tasty entrees such as the Cuban sandwich, grilled salmon and a “to die for” view of the canal from their patio, Bolero is simply, the best.
Prices range from $5 to $40. There is something on the menu to meet everyone’s taste and budget.
4 to 10 p.m. Sunday to Thursday
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday