España Tapas House

Join us on Saturday, March 22nd 2014 for our Two Year Anniversary!


It’s our big night and we want to celebrate it with you! 

Live entertainment; two shows

- Flamingo Dancer with Jose Serrano, Spanish Guitarist  

- The romantic voice of JC Mungui, Latin singer and Guitarist 

- Free pinchos

- 1/2 priced rail drinks and Sangrias all night!


Únete a nosotros para nuestro segundo aniversario! Es nuestra gran noche y queremos celebrarlo con vosotros! 

Entretenimiento en vivo, dos actuaciones

- Bailadora de flamenco con Jose Serrano, Guitarrista español 

- La voz romantica de JC Mungui, cantante Latino y Guitarrista

- Pinchos gratis

- 1/2 de precio para las rail drinks Whisky, Ginebra, Ron, etc  y sangrías toda la noche 

Now serving Lunch Friday-Sunday 11am-3pm
Check out our new lunch menu!

Call for reservations and information. 414.988.9468
Catering available for up to 300 people.
Located at the corner of Plankinton and Wells. 
800 N. Plankinton Ave. Milwaukee, WI

España Tapas House is not your typical trendy tapas restaurant; we are innovative and unique in the fact that we strive to deliver authentic Spanish cuisine based on the earthy uniqueness of pure Spanish ingredients.  Our mission is to deliver the most authentic Spanish cuisine, cocktails, and wines for our guests’ excursion into our unique cuisine.  Combining these elements with fantastic service, good friends and conversation, our guests will enjoy a unique and incomparable dining experience. That is the heart of eating, the Spanish know as tapas, and the experience is being brought to you proudly by the EspañTapas House family, which lies in the heart of downtown Milwaukee.

What are Tapas?

Spanish Foods, tapas-Spanish style dining

    Tapas are not so much a kind of food as a Spanish way of eating. Strictly speaking, they are an Andalusian way of eating because Andalusia is truly the home of tapas.  Spain’s famous appetizer cuisine is one of the most exciting, rewarding, and varied in the world as it includes dishes that contain a kaleidoscope of ingredients, prepared in a style to perfectly suit every occasion, taste and diet. Historically in Spain, bartenders would cover - or tapar - wine glasses with a small plate in order to protect the drink from fruit flies. Soon, they took to placing a simple slice of ham on top of this plate, an addition which naturally appealed to bar patrons. Thus giving birth to what we know today as Spanish tapas style dining.

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