Tapas Just in Time for Fall

Tapas Just in Time for Fall

When you go out for lunch or dinner, it’s almost impossible to resist ordering an appetizer to start you off. That’s exactly what a tapa is. The term tapa is popular throughout Spanish cuisine, but it can be used to describe any small snack or appetizer. At Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro, we have a wide variety of tapas in Farmingdale that can be best suitable to your taste. And with fall just around the corner, we have tapas that fit in perfectly with the season. With over 25 tapas to choose from, here are a few that we recommended for the season.


Smoked Gouda Mac n’ Cheese with Brisket

With cooler weather coming, it’s only natural to crave warm, delicious comfort food. This dish uses orecchiette pasta cover in smoked gouda cheese with brisket mixed in. It can be served with or without meat, and it can also be served as an entree. Looking for a mac n’ cheese tapas in Farmingdale? Look no further!


Upside Down Shepherd’s Pie

This dish has a base of crunchy hash browns, layered with mashed potatoes, topped off with meat and scallions. Mashed potatoes and meat are a must have at Thanksgiving, making this appetizer not only fall-related but perfect for sharing with your family and friends.


Mushroom Risotto Cakes

We have multiple vegetarian tapas, including our mushroom risotto cakes. These mushroom cakes are made with a creamy, warm risotto that is a great comfort food for the upcoming season. It’s served with a warm, demi-glaze sauce. We also offer shrimp risotto for pescatarians or anyone who likes seafood!


Seared Blackened Tuna

The best time to catch tuna is at the beginning of fall, which is why this tapa is perfect for the season. It’s sliced rare, drizzled with sriracha sauce, and served with mini mushroom risotto cakes. It can be shared for the table or ordered as an entree.

If you’re looking for a restaurant with a great variety of tapas in Farmingdale and want to get into the autumn mood, give us a call today to book a reservation!

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