Information

Dalí Restaurant & Tapas Bar
415 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02143 (Corner of Beacon & Washington Sts ~ 10-min walk from Harvard/Inman Sq)

To Dali’s right, 2 hour parking on Beacon Street is plentiful next to the bike lane.
Phone: (617) 661-3254 | Email: info@dalirestaurant.net 

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Dear Guests… Our deepest THANKS for your support/understanding and protecting each other all these stressful months.  Even tho the All Clear has sounded, entering guests are asked to still wear masks indoors a bit longer, unless eating/drinking, or vaccinated and dining on the patio If you have any concerns/thoughts on how we can improve our service, please speak w/Kevin (manager).

Hours

Dining hours are Wed-Sun 5:30~10 pm.  Bar is open until 11:00 on Wed/Thurs/Sun and until 11:30 on Fri/Sat.

Menu

Regional classic recipes from all parts of Spain.

We’ve had to reduce our menu offerings a bit and for this we apologize.  Dairy-free and Gluten-free menu options are available upon request.

ToGo Menu for curbside pickup from 5:30-9:30 is posted HERE. All orders must be placed and prepaid online.

Reservations

We offer reservations for Indoor and Patio dining via phone at (617) 661-3254 after 2 pm or on Open Table (see link below).

Patio dining is available (weather permitting) but we may need to cancel your reservation at the last minute due to unexpected situations.  In deference to surrounding apartment dwellers we need to clear the patio by 10:30 pm but you can finish your drinks inside.

Please know that if you arrive late and stay later this will inconvenience the next waiting party so we thank you in advance for your promptness/consideration.

Gift Certificates

Who said “You can’t buy love?” Click here  to purchase/email a gift certificate and your friends will love you even more, maybe.

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