Editorial Review of
Sevilla is best known for combining three distinct environments under one roof: an authentic Tapas Bar, a casually elegant restaurant featuring award-winning Spanish and coastal cuisine and a nightclub that offers live music and dancing seven nights a week. The Tapas Bar and restaurant offers made-to-share portions such as Bacon-Wrapped Dates stuffed with Cabrales bleu cheese and topped with apple cider vinegar glaze; Green Mussels Escabeche marinated in olive oil and lemon then topped with fresh Serrano pepper salsa; Seafood Crepes stuffed with clams, shrimp and scallops doused in a light lobster saffron sauce; and Pisto la Mancha, a dish of sautéed zucchini, onions, eggplant, tomatoes, bell peppers and Manchego cheese.
However, what truly sets Sevilla apart from other Gaslamp restaurants is its concept of dining with live music. But don’t be so quick to think that we’re talking about the typical cacophonous roar of Mariachi band music residing in many Latin inspired restaurants. At the heart of Sevilla’s entertainment program is the weekly Saturday Night Flamenco Dinner Show, featuring some of the best authentic Flamenco and gypsy musicians and dancers in Southern California.