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Tango

Address
1100 Pike Street Seattle WA 98101
Phone
(206) 583-0382
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(206) 583-0133

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
5:00pm-10:30pm
Monday
5:00pm-10:30pm
Tuesday
5:00pm-10:30pm
Wednesday
5:00pm-10:30pm
Thursday
5:00pm-10:30pm
Friday
5:00pm-11:59pm
Saturday
5:00pm-11:59pm

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Latin inspired cuisine and cocktails in a fun, sophisticated 1908 brick building on the cusp of Capitol Hill. From the Tango front door it is just a short walk to the Convention Center, Paramount Theater and ACT Theater. Tango is a family owned restaurant that prides itself on great paella, ceviche and mojitos. Come on in and enjoy!

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Overall review sentiment

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83%

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Rating distribution

5 stars
77
4 stars
52
3 stars
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2 stars
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1 star
7
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Editorial reviews from the web (2)

Tango Restaurant & Lounge Restaurant Review

Dark ambience and rich atmosphere fill this sexy, multi-level hideaway in a 1908 brick building on Capitol Hill. In the kitchen, chef Michael Bruno mingles traditional Latin-inspired dishes with Pacific Northwest ingredients. Favorites include such classics as habanero-spiked Dungeness crab with portobello mushrooms, sweet black vinegar and wakame (seaweed). Ideal for sharing, the...

This sophisticated tapas bar supplies sexy snacks for an even sexier crowd.

Average Rating
90

The Scene
Dim lights and pale linens provide a properly unobtrusive setting for two works of art: the plates of food and the diners. Those lingering over meals put on their most stylish...

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Average Rating
20

We went there for dinner to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary. We had made reservation and we were seated right away. 15 minutes later a waiter came to take our drinks order. 15 minutes later our drink came. We sip and chat and tried to enjoy our drinks. 15 minutes later our waiter came by and took our orders. My wife order a seafood entrée and mine was the bistek. Her order came and we...

Average Rating
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We took our family out to dinner at Tango for the first time. We are visiting the area and we were looking for something casual but good. This was a home run. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The food was excellent. The only downside was that we had ordered the lamb chops for our 11 year-old daughter and there was too much pepper for her. The cheese tray was magnificent. I had the...

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Latin inspired cuisine and cocktails in a fun, sophisticated 1908 brick building on the cusp of Capitol Hill. From the Tango front door it is just a short walk to the Convention Center, Paramount Theater and ACT Theater. Tango is a family owned restaurant that prides itself on great paella, ceviche and mojitos. Come on in and enjoy!

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Tango is a Tapas, Spanish, and Latin restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped more than 18%.

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On the Menu: For a sinfully indulgent dessert, try the Diablo, a chocolate cake laced with chili powder.

What to Drink: Spanish, Portuguese and Chilean wines comprise the list, but the top-shelf tequilas are the true draw.

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