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Hello!
My step daughter is moving to Spain in September and I am looking for the best Spanish Tapas restaurant in Baltimore / Baltimore area to take her out to before she leaves. I just had a baby in January so I am very much out of the loop on what is happening in the restaurant world now... I've heard there is a "new" tapas place called Tapas Adela in Fells Point and I also know of (and have been to) Tapas Teatro. I'm not sure if I am missing any others or not... that's where you come in!

I'm seeking some place that it isn't necessary to dress up (like Tapas Teatro) but where we could also bring a 6 month old (not like Tapas Teatro!)... We'd be going out during the week as that is when she would be in town to get her visa.

any help is greatly appreciated!
TIA!

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Tapas Teatro Cafe
1711 N Charles St Ste A, Baltimore, MD 21201

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  1. Have not been to the new place you mention; Tapas Teatro would be OK for 6-mo-old if you went early and mid-week, as you apparently plan to do.

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    Tapas Teatro Cafe
    1711 N Charles St Ste A, Baltimore, MD 21201

    1. There is also Centro in the space that the bicycle used to occupy. My wife and I really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere may fit your requirement.

      1. Do they serve good tapas at the Arizona Sports Bar?

        1. Haven't been but someone recommended Pazo to me.

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          Pazo Restaurant
          1425 Aliceanna St., Baltimore, MD 21231

          Pazo Restaurant
          1425 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21201

          3 Replies
          1. re: melpy

            Thought that Pazo was cocina Italiana.

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            Pazo Restaurant
            1425 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21201

            1. re: elgringoviejo

              It's not very good regardless.

              1. re: JonParker

                What Jon said!

          2. I really like Tapas Adela. It would be child-friendly if you can score an outdoor table. I think you may find the interior too formal for a child (or, at least, I would be annoyed by a child if I were eating inside TA ;)). The menu isn't huge and I've enjoyed everything (albeit, on the vegetarian side) that I've tried, save their eggplants frites which were way too greasy.