- $15 for $30 worth of Spanish tapas (meat and vegetarian options)
- Vibrant Spanish decor featuring stucco walls, mosaics and music
- Great for groups
- Valid Sunday-Thursday at Old Town location
- Promotion Expires September 13, 2013
DealChicken loves the tastes, sights and sounds of Spain—and the sangria doesn’t hurt, either. Enjoy delicious tapas that will take your tastebuds on a mini vacation, all at half price. La Tasca’s Old Town location is offering $30 worth of food for a mere $15, which means you can order up as many little plates as your heart desires. It will be hard not to cry, “One of everything!” when you see La Tasca’s menu—try the manchego frito, breaded and fried cheese squares served with honey-orange marmalade; the gambas al ajillo, shrimp sauteed with garlic and hot peppers; or the paella valenciana, a mini paella with chicken, mussels, calamari and shrimp. La Tasca also has tasting menus for those who are drooling on the menu and can’t make up their minds.
La Tasca was an all-around award winner in the 'Diner's Choice' and 'Good for Groups' categories on Opentable! Open seven days a week, La Tasca is the perfect spot for special events like business lunches or rehearsal dinners.
50% off Spanish tapas at La Tasca (Old Town)
- Cash refunds up to 14 days after date of purchase. See Terms of Service for refund details. Limit one voucher per customer. May buy one additional as a gift. Valid at Old Town location only. Valid Sunday-Thursday. Dine-in only. Limit one voucher per table. Entire voucher value must be used in one visit. No cash value or cash back. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Not valid on happy hour, lunch specials, alcohol or with with other promotions. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
In Spanish, “tapa” means lid. Hundreds of years ago, farmers and workers would earn a drink as bonus for their effort. A slice of bread was placed on top to protect the drink, and over the years cured meats and snacks were used as lids, which evolved into the tapas we enjoy today.