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Best Spanish Food In Maryland

January 5, 2011 6:25 AM

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Are you in the mood for really good Spanish food?  Here are some of the best places in and around Baltimore to indulge.
cacique Best Spanish Food In Maryland



26 N. Market Street
Frederick, MD 21701
(301) 695-2756

Cacique serves a combination of Mexican and Spanish food.  They have paella, fajitas, tacos, enchiladas and more treats.  Entrees come with rice, beans and fresh vegetables.

latasca Best Spanish Food In Maryland


La Tasca

201 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 209-2562

La Tasca has a tasting menu, tapas and paella.  They serve sangria.  They have party menus so consider them for your next gathering or event.

salsagrill Best Spanish Food In Maryland


Salsa Grill

6644 Security Boulevard
Gwynn Oak, MD 21207
(410) 265-5552

Salsa Grill has paella, empanada, tamales and arroz con pollo.  Make sure to save room for dessert, which includes cheesecake tacos. 

tapasteatro Best Spanish Food In Maryland


Tapas Teatro

1711 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 332-0110

Tapas Teatro has cold and hot tapas and paella.  They have an incredibly extensive tapas menu.  Make sure to try the seafood tapas bowl, which has clams, shrimp, mussels and sausage.

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Tio Pepe

10 E. Franklin Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 539-4675

Tio Pepe has Spanish wine, sangria, paella, and a variety of chicken and seafood dishes.  Make sure to save room for dessert, like flan or Baked Alaska.

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  • Foodie

    La Tasca needs to be taken off this list. It is awefu!!!!!!

    • Theresa

      I agree with you about La Tasca, I wasn’t impressed either. Isabella’s in Frederick is good. And Tio Pepe’s is a classic. The rest of those restaurants don’t appear to be authentic spanish, but latin with their version of ‘spanish food’. It seems to be the ‘in thing’ to have appetizers and call it a tapa, when it is in fact not spanish food at all.

  • outsideTHEbox

    Where did this information come from? These are the most random choices for spanish food within the b-more area that’s for sure. What’s next’s weeks survey, Helen Keller’s favorite visual effects in movies?

  • Amy

    I like El Travador(maybe mispelled) on Broadway

  • Squaregrouper

    Mari Luna Latin Grille in Pikesville. Pricey, but worth it.

  • LoveMeSomeJamon

    Why is Mexican/Latin food on this list? Ignorant. Also, I agree that La Tasca is Dogsh1t.

  • dave

    Love salsa grill…great food, I mean great food. Everyone I bring to the grill is satisfied completely. Spanish food is fantastic, great burgers, great cheasesteaks, the braised ribs are the bomb. Paella is delicious

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