Emilio's Tapas Sol Y Nieve serves Chicago, IL and is located in the 60611 ZIP code.
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Emilio's Tapas Sol Y Nieve received an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars from 16 reviews.
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The tapas served here comes from Emilio Gervilla, who owns several likeminded places in the city and suburbs. Generally speaking, the dishes fare well, and this location is no exception. There's a comfortable dining room and nice bar worth… Read Full Editorial
Good Food Better Atmosphere by Ktraveler via Citysearch on 5/7/2011
Went alone one evening while traveling on business. Asked for a table where I could read my book and was seated immediately at a table that the hostess said had good light. The waiter was also the bartender and came to my table right…
Espanola by Sandra R via Insider Pages on 11/23/2008
I had the pleasure of visiting Spain in 1998, I loved the tapas in Spain and when I visited Emilios, their tapas were a inexpensive trip back to Spain. The atomoshere is pleasant and the service is friendly. I also enjoyed a virgin…
A Streeterville tapas restaurant keeps the sangria flowing for tourists and locals who don't do chain dining. by Valerie Moloney via Citysearch on 8/21/2008
For a restaurant in the heart of touristville, this tapas and wine bar feels very local. Casually dressed tourists and locals enjoy sangria and tapas alongside couples and locals with kids in tow. Gorgeous murals of the…
Spanish Restaurant by Nuni I via Insider Pages on 7/16/2008
Great food and an awesome atmosphere... I loved the service and their sangria. One of those places that hours pass by and you don't realize it... I'll be back on my next trip to Chicago.
good food, so so service by grassfedbeeffarmer via Citysearch on 5/20/2008
I visited on a Monday night. Trying to decide between two different red wines, my waiter brought tasting glasses to allow me to taste before choosing. Very nice! But the service after that was inconsistent, with my waiter not showing up to…
The BEST Tapas! by foodlover41 via Citysearch on 10/31/2007
This place is SO good! I visit Chicago every year for a week in November, and my friends and I eat there at least twice! The red sangria is delicious and a must-have dish is the baked goat cheese with garlic toast - absolutely to die…
Great food. The scallops/spinach is great, as... by RobW1 via Menuism on 10/18/2007
Great food. The scallops/spinach is great, as was the seasonal fruit gazbacho soup.
Great Tapas Experience by ainslie via Citysearch on 6/14/2007
Lots of interesting dishes to sample. Excellent wine list. I recommend the Veleta Trepenillo wine. Service was okay but the food was excellent. Very comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.
Great Tapas in Chicago by eljaykay via Citysearch on 5/29/2007
Emilio's tapas and wine bar is the best place to people watch and to get a great small meal. The white sangria is very good with a kick and the small appetizers are just enough to share with two or four. Everything was great, make sure…
"break my piggy bank" tapas by tulips500 via Menuism on 12/2/2006
this is one of those fancy upscale places that offers pretty looking, but small serving size tapas at not...
Great Tapas by Susan S. via Judy's Book on 4/15/2006
I've gone here several times in a group of 6 or more. They have some very good Tapas, I like the curry chicken and potatas bravas. There is a lot to choose from, prices are reasonable, and they are about 2 blocks from Michigan avenue. I…
outdoor tapas!!! by bluechef1 via Citysearch on 7/27/2004
every tapas restaurant should have outdoor seating!!! great food. good service. a great place to people-watch as you sample several amazing dishes and share a pitcher of excellent sangria.
Um..off night? by ottolars via Citysearch on 4/10/2004
My friend and I shared five of what we thought were the most interesting and inventive-sounding tapas on the menu, and all of them were bland and uninspired. The "gracious, unhurried" service made us impatient, especially considering that…
Customer by dougchin via Citysearch on 8/17/2003
First time experienced Spanish food. Paella A La Valenciana was good, needed a little more spice. Tapa Piquillos Rellenos De Pato was excellent. Baked dried fruit tart desert was good. Red sangria was watered down.
top Tapas by metropical via Citysearch on 7/30/2003
outstanding! one of a very few 5 stars I've ever given. Excellent CAZUELA DE PULPO, GAMBAS FRIAS TRES SALSAS, AN CON TOMATE, JAMON Y QUESO, TAPA A LA NAVARRA, CARACOLES EMILIO, duck in sherry sauce, calamri bread. We had over 30…
Excellent food! by tyggergirl via Citysearch on 9/26/2002
If you love garlic, you've got to try the seasoned olive/garlic appetizer. I munched on it from the bar and the garlic was amazing. The pork tenderloins were on the dry side but the croquettas, stuffed mushrooms, bell pepper stuffed with…
Excellent flavors by robyngalbos_citysearch via Citysearch on 7/1/2002
While the downtown location draws plenty of tourists, the atmosphere is pleasant and the staff is friendly. The scene is much more sedate than the scene at Cafe Iberico, but that can be a good thing. The noise level is…