Once forgotten in this region, going out for tapas is becoming the way to eat again, when meeting friends for happy hour or simply ordering a spread to share for dinner.
Small portions make it possible to try several different dishes without committing to one big main, and there’s the conviviality of sharing a multi-plate dinner.
Denver and Boulder have seen a rush of Spanish-influenced eateries in the last year (Ultreia, Barcelona, Corrida, Acreage) that range from traditional to ultra hip and even a little irreverent. Here, 14 tapas options — including places that aren’t Spanish at all but do strongly embrace the idea of the shared small plate.
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