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Where To Find Tapas From Around the World in Las Vegas

Small plates all over the city

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Tapas by Julian Serrano
| MGM Resorts [Official Site]

For diners in search of a social dining experience where plates are passed and great tastes are shared, tapas are always the answer. Tapas are the perfect way to try a variety of dishes without having to commit to a full-sized portion of anything. Tapas originated in Spain but have since become an exciting part of cuisines across the world.

Whether they’re enjoyed as a light bite with cocktails before a night out or they’re ordered in a large enough quantity to make for a whole meal, here’s where to find tapas in Las Vegas.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Anise Tapas & Grill

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4404, 3100 S Durango Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 586-4088
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This Kosher restaurant is known for Spanish Mediterranean fusion dishes along with vegan and vegetarian menu items. Diners love Anise’s panko-crusted matzo balls, tuna tartare, and chicken shawarma fajitas.

An assortment of tapas
Anise Tapas & Grill
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2. Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar

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5420 Spring Mountain Rd #108
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 545-0771
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Mordeo, Latin for bite, features a menu of small bites, meat and cheese boards, ceviches, sharable dishes, salads, and desserts. Prices for those bites start at $3 and include morsels of Okinawa potato gnocchi, grilled Nigerian prawn, and skewers featuring trumpet mushroom, pork cheek, yuzu chicken, and ocean trout.

Singing pink scallops with shiso butter at Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar
Singing pink scallops with shiso butter at Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar
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3. Takopa

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4215 W Spring Mountain Rd Ste B106A
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(562) 544-5570
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Takopa from Go Hoashi, the owner of Izakaya Go and Pokeman, features a menu of octopus balls, which Hoashi calls a “common food in Japan,” in original, spicy, with a spicy cod roe, or with green onions and homemade dashi sauce for less than $10. Diners can order a four- or 16-piece sampler.

Takoyaki at Takopa
Takoyaki at Takopa
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4. Firefly

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3824 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 369-3971
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The Paradise Road institution is a lively spot that features sangria, live music, and of course, plenty of tapas. Diners can ordered chilled options such as smoked salmon toast, hot tapas such as baked goat cheese, seafood tapas such as chorizo clams, and more.

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5. Forte Tapas

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4180 S Rainbow Blvd #806
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 220-3876
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Forte Tapas is European-style tapas restaurant where diners can enjoy charcuterie with Spanish chorizo and olives, Marcona almond stuffed dates, octopus in olive oil, and other small plates. The restaurant also has an extensive selection of wine for pairing and offers corkage-free Wednesday for diners who would like to bring their own wine.

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Forte Tapas
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6. Jaleo

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Boulevard Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Level 3
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 698-7950
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Chef José Andrés’ stylish spot at the Cosmopolitan features an extensive menu of Spanish tapas including dry-cured ham from Iberico pigs, Manchego cheese, bacon-wrapped dates, and more. The restaurant is also known for offering porróns, 25-ounce pitchers of Spanish wine designed for passing between friends.

7. Julian Serrano Tapas

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3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard, ARIA Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 590-8520
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Located at Aria, Julian Serrano Tapas offers visitors and locals the chance to order small plates from a renowned chef. Traditional Spanish tapas are the focus here. Diners can nab goat cheese stuffed piquillo peppers, asparagus with romesco sauce, shrimp ceviche, meatballs with sherry, and more. Vegetarian and vegan options are available.

An array of tapas on a wooden table
Julian Serrano Tapas
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8. Kyara Japanese Tapas

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6555 S Jones Blvd #120
Las Vegas, NV 89118
(702) 434-8856
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Tapas may have originated in Spain, but the spirit of small plates and sharing has influenced many other cultures. One such example can be found at Kyara Japanese Tapas. The restaurant features its own take on tapas, including everything from small spicy crab rolls to cold tofu, octopus sunomomo, steamed baby clams with sake, and pork skewers.

Tapas at a restaurant on a metal plate
Kyara Izakaya
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9. Boteco

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9500 S Eastern Ave #170
Las Vegas, NV 89123
(702) 790-2323
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Boteco was designed with sharing in mind, so those looking to order a wide variety of tapas for the table will find plenty to choose from here. Diners can start with classics such as patatas bravas and move onto Brussels sprouts with honey balsamic gastrique, escargot with puff pastry puffs, truffle diver scallops, and more. The restaurant also offers prosecco flights, wine tasting flights and flaming absinthe served table side.

Spoons De La Mancha with fried manchego cheese with tomato jam, spicy honey, and membrillo sauce served on spoons at Boteco
Spoons De La Mancha with fried manchego cheese with tomato jam, spicy honey, and membrillo sauce served on spoons at Boteco
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1. Anise Tapas & Grill

4404, 3100 S Durango Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89117
An assortment of tapas
Anise Tapas & Grill
Anise Tapas & Grill [Official Site]

This Kosher restaurant is known for Spanish Mediterranean fusion dishes along with vegan and vegetarian menu items. Diners love Anise’s panko-crusted matzo balls, tuna tartare, and chicken shawarma fajitas.

4404, 3100 S Durango Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89117

2. Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar

5420 Spring Mountain Rd #108, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Singing pink scallops with shiso butter at Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar
Singing pink scallops with shiso butter at Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar
Mordeo Boutique Wine Bar/Facebook

Mordeo, Latin for bite, features a menu of small bites, meat and cheese boards, ceviches, sharable dishes, salads, and desserts. Prices for those bites start at $3 and include morsels of Okinawa potato gnocchi, grilled Nigerian prawn, and skewers featuring trumpet mushroom, pork cheek, yuzu chicken, and ocean trout.

5420 Spring Mountain Rd #108
Las Vegas, NV 89146

3. Takopa

4215 W Spring Mountain Rd Ste B106A, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Takoyaki at Takopa
Takoyaki at Takopa
Takopa/Facebook

Takopa from Go Hoashi, the owner of Izakaya Go and Pokeman, features a menu of octopus balls, which Hoashi calls a “common food in Japan,” in original, spicy, with a spicy cod roe, or with green onions and homemade dashi sauce for less than $10. Diners can order a four- or 16-piece sampler.

4215 W Spring Mountain Rd Ste B106A
Las Vegas, NV 89102

4. Firefly

3824 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Tapas
Firefly
Firefly/Facebook

The Paradise Road institution is a lively spot that features sangria, live music, and of course, plenty of tapas. Diners can ordered chilled options such as smoked salmon toast, hot tapas such as baked goat cheese, seafood tapas such as chorizo clams, and more.

3824 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119

5. Forte Tapas

4180 S Rainbow Blvd #806, Las Vegas, NV 89103
A restaurant interior with a blue ceiling
Forte Tapas
Amelinda B Lee

Forte Tapas is European-style tapas restaurant where diners can enjoy charcuterie with Spanish chorizo and olives, Marcona almond stuffed dates, octopus in olive oil, and other small plates. The restaurant also has an extensive selection of wine for pairing and offers corkage-free Wednesday for diners who would like to bring their own wine.

4180 S Rainbow Blvd #806
Las Vegas, NV 89103

6. Jaleo

Boulevard Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Level 3, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Chef José Andrés’ stylish spot at the Cosmopolitan features an extensive menu of Spanish tapas including dry-cured ham from Iberico pigs, Manchego cheese, bacon-wrapped dates, and more. The restaurant is also known for offering porróns, 25-ounce pitchers of Spanish wine designed for passing between friends.

Boulevard Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Level 3
Las Vegas, NV 89109

7. Julian Serrano Tapas

3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard, ARIA Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89109
An array of tapas on a wooden table
Julian Serrano Tapas
MGM Resorts [Official Site]

Located at Aria, Julian Serrano Tapas offers visitors and locals the chance to order small plates from a renowned chef. Traditional Spanish tapas are the focus here. Diners can nab goat cheese stuffed piquillo peppers, asparagus with romesco sauce, shrimp ceviche, meatballs with sherry, and more. Vegetarian and vegan options are available.

3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard, ARIA Resort & Casino
Las Vegas, NV 89109

8. Kyara Japanese Tapas

6555 S Jones Blvd #120, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Tapas at a restaurant on a metal plate
Kyara Izakaya
Kyara Izakaya/Facebook

Tapas may have originated in Spain, but the spirit of small plates and sharing has influenced many other cultures. One such example can be found at Kyara Japanese Tapas. The restaurant features its own take on tapas, including everything from small spicy crab rolls to cold tofu, octopus sunomomo, steamed baby clams with sake, and pork skewers.

6555 S Jones Blvd #120
Las Vegas, NV 89118

9. Boteco

9500 S Eastern Ave #170, Las Vegas, NV 89123
Spoons De La Mancha with fried manchego cheese with tomato jam, spicy honey, and membrillo sauce served on spoons at Boteco
Spoons De La Mancha with fried manchego cheese with tomato jam, spicy honey, and membrillo sauce served on spoons at Boteco
Boteco/Facebook

Boteco was designed with sharing in mind, so those looking to order a wide variety of tapas for the table will find plenty to choose from here. Diners can start with classics such as patatas bravas and move onto Brussels sprouts with honey balsamic gastrique, escargot with puff pastry puffs, truffle diver scallops, and more. The restaurant also offers prosecco flights, wine tasting flights and flaming absinthe served table side.

9500 S Eastern Ave #170
Las Vegas, NV 89123

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