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Pintxos y Tapas Tuesdays

Written By Daniela Manrique 13 Apr 2017
Pintxos y Tapas Tuesdays

Spring is here and summer is around the corner. This usually means, out with the old and in with the new! From new summer diets, new wardrobe, new outdoor activities... to new veggies, spring flavors and of course NEW MENU!

This year, besides showcasing the new "spring collection" I want to give you something different to look forward to, something more than just a seasonal menu change,  and what better way than creating a rotating Basque pintxos menu available on Tuesday nights.

For all of you who are wondering what pintxos are, DO NOT FEAR! They are tasty bite sized "finger food" to be enjoyed with family and friends; preferably with a nice cold beer such as Estrella Damm on tap (my personal favorite) or a nice Spanish wine, can be Tempranillo, Verdejo maybe even a mini bottle of Cava. (Of course, I will also be offering our regular menu, for those of you who are just not feeling so adventurous).

I am super excited to get this Spring started, get new flavors going and most importantly, hearing all of your comments to these new and different Spanish combinations!

But we know that when any of us dine out, its not all about the food we eat, but the experience as a whole. Since we first opened both my husband and I have been showcasing some of the Spanish and Latin American culture here at Soca! Last year we had a beautiful flamenco dancer & guitarist join us every Monday for about a month. We had such an amazing crowd join us to watch her dance while enjoying the atmosphere, food & cocktails... I am really hoping to have a repeat this year! Tell me what you all think, should we?

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