MostBest Seattle | Tapas

It could take you hours to decide which tapas restaurant is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

There’s nothing better than sharing sizzling Spanish selections while sipping on some wine. Try a little bit of a lot at these incredible tapas spots.


via Flickr user Molly Elliot

via Flickr user Molly Elliot

The menu at The Harvest Vine is prepared in the Basque tradition, a combination of northeastern Spanish and southwestern French cuisine. You’ll also immediately notice the large selection of wine, which pairs exceptionally well with their gourmet dishes. We recommend the dry-cured meats plate to start, and don’t skip dessert either!

We Love Their: Plata de Chacineria, Foie de Pato, Gambas a la Plancha

2701 E Madison St
(206) 320-9771


via Tango

via Tango

Tango Restaurant & Lounge is tailored for date night. The soft lighting and free-flowing wine make it easy for the conversation to flow as well. The dinner menu is filled with inventive bites to try and share, and the dishes span the taste spectrum, from the baked cheese Queso Fundido to the refreshingly delicious Tuna Ceviche.

We Love Their: Cheap Dates, Queso Fundido, Tuna Ceviche, El Diablo

1100 Pike St
(206) 583-0382


Pintxo boasts a bar so stocked you need a ladder to get to the higher shelves, and the handcrafted cocktails that this enormous well of ingredients affords are unique, strong, and delicious. The exceptional small plates are whipped up in a welcoming environment, complete with local art, intimate seating in a lively setting, and an outdoor patio.

We Love Their: Lamb Kefta Sliders, Choricitos a la Miel, Tortilla Española

2207 2nd Ave
(206) 441-4042