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Cafe Sevilla will open its first Orange County restaurant this December at The Triangle in Costa Mesa. Guests can expect flavorful Spanish fare and festive drinks, live Latin music nightly, and vibrant Flamenco dinner shows which display the heart and soul of Spain.

The menu at Cafe Sevilla features traditional tapas like Tortilla Española, Gambas al Ajillo, and Grilled Spanish Salchichas as well as entrees like Mediterranean Sea Bass and 16-hour Braised Rioja Short Ribs. As the largest importer of saffron on the West Coast, Cafe Sevilla offers five show-stopping paellas.

A 5-course ‘Journey to Spain for Two’ allows duos to embark on an immersive dining experience through the country with stops in Valencia for paella and Santiago de Compostela for an almond tart. Their beverage program boasts award-winning sangrias; Latin-inspired craft cocktails that range from smoky and sultry, to revitalizing and refreshing; and an impressive wine list with bottles from Spain and around the world complete with ultra-premium Champagne.

Brunch is offered on Saturdays and Sundays and includes signature entrees and specialty brunch cocktails. A Tapas Brunch, the first of its kind in Orange County, allows guests to brunch as the Spaniards do with six-course and nine-course tasting menus.

The restaurant’s famed Flamenco Dinner Shows put that essence on display. Every Friday and Saturday night, Cafe Sevilla offers a two-part Flamenco show complemented with a three-course dinner. The art of Flamenco displays the pride, strength, pain, and passion of Spain’s Gypsy culture through aggressive, but purposeful movements with the dancers’ feet.

Debuting a captivating nightlife experience unlike any in the county, Cafe Sevilla invites guests to experience the vibrant after-dinner culture of Spain through late-night dining, dancing, and live music nightly. In addition to its Flamenco dinner shows, guests can look forward to a daily Happy Hour from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.; live Gipsy Kings-style music performed nightly from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.; and Salsa dancing lessons every Wednesday from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

With 6 private and semi-private spaces available, Cafe Sevilla offers banquet services for private dining and full buyouts. The restaurant also offers large-scale catering services and its signature Backyard Paella Party complete with a personal paella chef.

Cafe Sevilla is located at The Triangle in Costa Mesa (1870 Harbor Blvd) and will be open daily from 4 p.m. – 2 a.m. with entertainment and live music nightly with brunch served on the weekends from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. For more information, please visit https://www.cafesevilla.com.

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Cafe Sevilla will open its first Orange County restaurant this December at The Triangle in Costa Mesa. Guests can expect flavorful Spanish fare and festive drinks, live Latin music nightly, and vibrant Flamenco dinner shows which display the heart and soul of Spain.

The menu at Cafe Sevilla features traditional tapas like Tortilla Española, Gambas al Ajillo, and Grilled Spanish Salchichas as well as entrees like Mediterranean Sea Bass and 16-hour Braised Rioja Short Ribs. As the largest importer of saffron on the West Coast, Cafe Sevilla offers five show-stopping paellas.

A 5-course ‘Journey to Spain for Two’ allows duos to embark on an immersive dining experience through the country with stops in Valencia for paella and Santiago de Compostela for an almond tart. Their beverage program boasts award-winning sangrias; Latin-inspired craft cocktails that range from smoky and sultry, to revitalizing and refreshing; and an impressive wine list with bottles from Spain and around the world complete with ultra-premium Champagne.

Brunch is offered on Saturdays and Sundays and includes signature entrees and specialty brunch cocktails. A Tapas Brunch, the first of its kind in Orange County, allows guests to brunch as the Spaniards do with six-course and nine-course tasting menus.

The restaurant’s famed Flamenco Dinner Shows put that essence on display. Every Friday and Saturday night, Cafe Sevilla offers a two-part Flamenco show complemented with a three-course dinner. The art of Flamenco displays the pride, strength, pain, and passion of Spain’s Gypsy culture through aggressive, but purposeful movements with the dancers’ feet.

Debuting a captivating nightlife experience unlike any in the county, Cafe Sevilla invites guests to experience the vibrant after-dinner culture of Spain through late-night dining, dancing, and live music nightly. In addition to its Flamenco dinner shows, guests can look forward to a daily Happy Hour from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.; live Gipsy Kings-style music performed nightly from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.; and Salsa dancing lessons every Wednesday from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

With 6 private and semi-private spaces available, Cafe Sevilla offers banquet services for private dining and full buyouts. The restaurant also offers large-scale catering services and its signature Backyard Paella Party complete with a personal paella chef.

Cafe Sevilla is located at The Triangle in Costa Mesa (1870 Harbor Blvd) and will be open daily from 4 p.m. – 2 a.m. with entertainment and live music nightly with brunch served on the weekends from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. For more information, please visit https://www.cafesevilla.com.

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