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OLOROSO Tapas and Sherry Bar brings about the Spanish tradition of “vamos el tapeo” to Center City Philadelphia. Kissed by the fire of our wood burning oven and hearth, our fresh seafood, seasonal vegetables and traditional Chuleton for two will transport you to the Iberian peninsula!

From an evening sharing pintxos and tapas with friends, or exploring our extensive Sherry selection, to enjoying our Paella Oloroso we look forward to sharing our passion for Spain with you!


 
 

Siesta.

We like to enjoy the tradition of a siesta in the late afternoon.
At Oloroso, siesta will be a time to unwind, with tapas selections served alongside your drink,
a nod to the tradition of Ir de tapas.

 

 

— Our Famous Tapas —

 
 

Boquerones

White Spanish anchovy, Castelvetrano olives | 9


Marinated Tuna Crudo

Basquaise peppers, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, migas | 15


Gambas Al Ajillo

garlic shrimp, chili, lemon, chickpeas, migas | 15


Clams & Pork

little neck clams, braised pork belly, majoram-tomato sauce | 12


Calamares Fritos

charred picked longhots, saffron aoili | 10


Avocodo & Crab Toast

jumbo lump crab, pickled radish, lemon | 14


Bacalao Croquetas

salted cod, potato, saffron aioli | 7


Wood Oven Pork Belly

pineapple agridulce, paprika oil, toasted almond, frisee | 14


Escargot Bizkaina

guajillo peppers, bacon, chorizo picante, migas | 11


House Made Chorizo

smoked paprika sausage, shrimp, Gigante beans, aioli | 12


 
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I’ve thought long and hard about this, but the trophy for my favorite restaurant in Philly goes to (drumrolllllll) Oloroso! Bop-ba-da-baaaa!! (Celebratory trumpet noise!) I’ve always had great meals here, and whenever I thought about the top of my list, this kept popping up in my head. It’s delicious and often surprises me with its interesting flavors.
— Alice M

I had a phenomenal dinner experience at Oloroso. We ordered five tapas and everything was great. Two of the dishes (eggplant and clams) were out of this world good. They also have a fantastic selection of Spanish wines and Sherry.
— Jared H - Philly

 
I could right a love poem for this place. Specifically the grilled octopus. WOW. The octopus itself was perfectly executed but it was the croutons and the sauces / oils that accompanied it that really made the dish outstanding.
— Andrea A

One of Philadelphia’s finest restaurants. The rustic ambience, the cocktails and the tapas are sensational. For the first course, we tried the Spanish omelette, Brussels sprouts seasoned with chorizos vinaigrette and shrimp toast with squid ink and mangalica lardo. The shrimp toast is one of the most innovative yet tastiest tapas you’ll eat in Philadelphia. It blew my mind!!
— Ritesh M - New Jersey
 
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— Location

1121 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107

— Dinner Hours

Tuesday-Thursday | 5pm – 10pm

Friday | 5pm - 11pm

Saturday | 10:30am - 2:30pm | 5pm - 11pm

Sunday | 10:30am - 2:30pm | 5pm - 10pm

— Brunch Buffet

Saturday & Sunday 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
 

— Contact

267.324.3014
Olorosophilly@gmail.com