We are so super excited about the return of FlamencoAustin

Tix and info here or call 512-474-LONG.

We’ve just now seen the amazing menus that Chef Maria Candil has prepared for the evening.  Remember, that everyone who attends can arrive early for a fabulous City Terrace party with live flamenco music and dance led by Pilar Andujar while sampling the chef’s phenomenal complimentary Spanish Tapas!

Here’s what the chef has planned for the terrace:

Gazpacho Andaluz “shooters” (Vegetarian) – A delicious, thirst-quenching, cold and refreshing soup from South of Spain that has gained fame throughout the world. Made with tomatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, bread, vinegar, salt and Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Pisto Manchego on crostini (Vegetarian) The vegetable casserole is slowly roasted to preserve all the juices in the mix, and is gently spread on toast.

Spanish Chorizo (Gluten Free) – Aged Spanish Chorizo sliced with picos (crunchy bread). This authentic Spanish Chorizo has a medium and soft texture and it has been cured using only natural and traditional methods.  The bright red of the chorizo comes from the use of Spanish paprika on this traditional Spanish staple.

Manchego Cheese Pinxto (Vegetarian) – San Sebastian, a city in the north of Spain, is famous for its incredible pinxtos. Pinxtos are very similar to tapas, with the main difference that the design of the pinxto should allow you to eat it in one or two bites. This tender Manchego cheese is a soft, creamy, slightly sweet and grassy. Perfect when combined with caramelized onions!

Potatoes with Aioli (Vegetarian & Gluten Free) – This traditional tapa is a kind of potato salad dressed with a strong garlic sauce.  Alioli is made up of the Catalonian words “all-i-oli”, which literally translate into garlic and oil. Different variations of this sauce are typical throughout the Mediterranean coast of Spain.

Delicious Spanish wines from Twin Liquors will also be available for purchase.  Yum!

Now…  if you’d like to join us for a full, authentic Spanish sit-down dinner, our chef will be serving an incredible feast with things like:

Paella Vegetariana, Paella Valenciana, Green Salad, Rustic Spanish Omelet – Tortilla de Patatas Campesina, Pollo al ajillo with Spanish beer sauce, Artisan Bread, Champiñones (mushrooms) al Ajillo, Assorted Spanish Cheese, Pimientos Asados, Spanish Pinchito, Pincho Moruno, and Anchovie Montadito, with Tarta de Santiago, Flan de Nata and Three-Chocolate Cake for dessert.


To join us for the full dinner, follow the dinner links on this page online!

Here are a few photos (by Arlen Nydam) to get you in the mood!  This one from our dinner at the last show:


Here’s Pilar dancing on the terrace!

And here’s a shot of the show we had in Dell Hall.  Óle!