Dalí Restaurant & Tapas Bar
415 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02143 (Corner of Beacon & Washington Sts ~ 10-min walk from Harvard/Inman Sqs)
To Dali’s right, 2 hour parking on Beacon Street is plentiful next to the bike lane.
Phone: 617.661.3254 | Email: email@example.com
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Sadly, as of Tues, March 17th we’ve had to close our doors for table dining until further notice, so please visit us then.
We hope you stay healthy and will visit us as soon as it’s safe to venture out again.
Dali Employees Relief Fund
Dali urgently needs your help for our laid off staff during this COVID-19 crisis. Please support us thru the Go Fund Me or consider buying a gift card below. We’ve loved you for the past 30 years and ask that you help La Familia de Dali survive… our deepest THANKS and until we meet again!
Sun-Thu 5:30 – 10:00 | Bar until 11:30
Fri-Sat 5:30 – 11:00 | Bar until 12:30
Regional classic recipes from all parts of Spain.
Vegetarian, dairy-free, gluten-free, late night menu options are available upon request.
Reservations are always available, though sometimes limited, via phone or Open Table. Please see the link below.
Large or Private Parties
If your party has more than six (6) guests, you must call the restaurant at 617.661.3254 to book.
For parties of more than 12, we encourage you to come in before 6 or after 9:30 p.m. Larger parties please feel free to call ahead to give us an updated head-count or check on projected wait time.
On Sunday through Thursday the back room is available for a maximum of forty (40) people for a prefixed price and menu. A minimum charge also applies, and a deposit is required to reserve. Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate private or large parties on Friday or Saturday.
Please call and ask to speak to Aliya for information on large party, special event, and holiday bookings.
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Sopa de Ajo – velvety garlic soup from the Pyrenees, a Dali classic for many years, served only in colder months. – 7