25. Check out Cha Cha Cha for some Tapas

April 26, 2010

photo credit: Photoportunity on flickr

I’ve not been here for years. But, Yannik Liesenfeld on our Facebook page recommended we cover it, so here it is.

By the looks of it, Cha Cha Cha is still the place to get your Sangria on! Always quite the party atmosphere and a great spot for groups, they’re serving up Tapas – Caribbean style.

The Haight St. location does not take reservations, so keep that in mind for your planning. The Mission location does take reservations and looks to be all about the same rockin’ atmosphere to enjoy with you friends.

From the Eater.com article, The Gatekeepers:

If you’ve ever found yourself at Cha Cha Cha on a festive evening, you know that the neighborhood standby is not often a serene scene. Reservations aren’t taken, it’s packed most nights, alcohol is aplenty, the crowd is eclectic and all things considered, it might be one of the toughest Gatekeeper tasks in town. So, here we have Hugh O’Connor, who for over a decade has controlled the busiest dining room in the Haight [...]

Update: @genojo has a far better take on this place over at Hoodscope:

With so many restaurants of all types literally on every city block, I try to make it a point to not frequent the same places too often because there is just so much to try! Yet for whatever reason, I always find myself at Cha Cha Cha on a fairly regular basis, whether it’s with a group of friends over a few pitchers of sangria or a first date…over a few pitchers of sangria. It’s one of those restaurants that everyone knows about, from locals to visitors, and it’s the restaurant that I have been to more times than any other in San Francisco [...]

So, what’s next? Do let us know what you’re thinking?

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