Well-known and prolific restaurateur Jason Dady (Tre Trattoria, Two Bros BBQ Market, Shuck Shack) has struck again with The Bin Tapas Bar, a new Spanish-themed tapas bar in the heart of the culinary blossoming happening along East Grayson Street.
Who goes there? Professional urbanites and foodies on the trail of Dady’s latest edible exploits. Vino is the beverage of choice, and there are relatively inexpensive glasses for $7 to $10. Pitchers of sangria, $24, can be made with cava, rioja blanco or rioja rojo. The Bin has a full bar to suit a variety of inclinations.
Dady’s interpretation of tapas, essentially Spanish bar food, satisfies both tastebuds and wallets. Top picks are the $3 parsnip hummus with dill yogurt and crostini or the $5 serrano-wrapped blue-cheese dates. Between the bar seating inside and the spacious patio in the rear, The Bin offers plenty of space to enjoy small plates and wines along with some Texan camaraderie.