Tapa Toro hosts all-you-can-eat paella parties on Dec. 24 and 25

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HOLLY V. KAPHERR
  • Holly V. Kapherr
If the photo above makes you go "YESSSSS!" you might be interested in spending Christmas Eve or Christmas Day with Tapa Toro at I-Drive 360. The surrealist Spanish restaurant helmed by LCB Orlando alum Wendy Lopez is hosting two crazy all-you-can-eat paella parties, featuring both their meat-lovers' paella (chicken and chorizo) and their seafood paella (shown above).  

The two stuff-your-face dinners are a relative deal, compared to other holiday-eve dinners in town. Pick the chicken and chorizo paella for $25 per person, or the seafood paella for $30 per person (each option includes dessert and salad, but not tax and gratuity). 



Tapa Toro's interior is centered around the paella pit, which features a wood-burning stove upon which sits a covetable giant paella pan, so there's sure to be plenty to go around, and there will certainly be multiple performances from the restaurant's flamenco performers. Reservations are recommended, obviously. It's the holidays.



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